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Coghead's technology is going over to SAP. Its customers are getting the big kiss-off. This is not good for Web 2.0.
The hosted application assembly service moves to Adobe Systems' Flex development environment and Amazon.com's hosted-computing infrastructure.
With the value of consumer's online information increasing every year, do the old "you can't blame us" mentality of software and Internet-based services have to go?
Initial Platform as a Service tools showed us the possibilities for moving development of Web and computational applications to the cloud. How are a new generation of tools building on those lessons?
If APIs enable cloud computing, what happens when it comes to portability? Will anyone voluntarily let me off of their cloud? We need standards to support functions such as portability.
Online app and database platform Coghead is just outta beta.
Intuit CEO Brad Smith's recent comments show the software maker has a killer instinct and has what it needs to make it through the recession.
Several heavyweight virtualization vendors entered the platform fray this week, roiling the market and ensuring a fierce battle between them.
In all the hype around Software as a Service (SaaS) as a way to bring down prices and drive value to the customer, one thing is conveniently overlooked: SaaS is the ultimate lock-in platform. That may be about to change.