Microsoft says that it'll be shuttering the service on August 19, 2015, giving users two years to leave the scan-friendly platform.
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Enterprises need comfort in the cloud. Thus, logging and system management tools must become part of the ecosystem.
IBM and Microsoft are duking it out in email competition, but it's unlikely that significant market share gains are swinging in either direction.
The social network's language now accepts custom tags, but until it actually opens the code, it is crippling its own ambition to be the Web's dominant social platform.
Open source has become a critical component of virtually all software and will continue to be such.
Open source is driving the industry toward $0.00 as an important price point, but will it end up crippling all companies, including open-source companies.
Google's dominance on the Web may give us pause, but shouldn't its emphasis on openness also give us comfort? As it has gained influence, it has given up control.
Enterprise software is notoriously expensive and complex, while the consumer Web is the exact opposite. Should software vendors start borrowing Web infrastructure?