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September 22nd-28th, 2002

Hosting comes naturally to web services

A recurring theme this week has been the notion of hosted web services. BT announced a family of hosted offerings ...

BT teams up with Flamenco

BT unveiled a strategy today to act as a "trusted broker" in helping enterprises implement web services infrastructure. ...

HP plays a two-handed strategy

Last week, HP aligned itself with BEA's application server platform. This week it has thrown its weight behind ...

How will Google sell News?

After Google officially announced its Google News service on Monday, I added a link to the Loosely Coupled news page ...

ERP as infrastructure

JD Edwards is to sell its business applications suite prebundled with a full set of IBM middleware, the company ...


September 15th-21st, 2002

Let users own process integration

Instead of trying to erase users out of the process automation stack, software developers should explicitly write them ...

Frankenstein feeds

There's a danger that the sudden flourishing of creativity in syndication feeds unleashed by RSS 2.0 may, like ...

Standards politics and Sun

Playing standards bodies is a political game, and some vendors do it better than others. Oracle displayed consummate ...

Simonyi continues his quest

The man who pioneered the development of applications at Microsoft has left the company to found a startup devoted to a ...

Sun goes shopping for startups

Sun is on the lookout for startups that will add to its product portfolio, reports the451 in an analysis published by ...

Syndication matters

A website is not a destination, it's a starting point — the source from which its owner distributes information, ...


September 8th-14th, 2002

A song and dance about orchestration

Some people call it choreography; others say orchestration. It's the all-important complement to service-based ...

Of networks and namespaces

At each level of our lives — as human beings, as citizens, and as members of whatever other communities we each ...

Reinventing the wheel

Delivering software functionality as an online service raises tricky questions about how to license, package, price and ...

Looking ahead to California, London, Paris

Business activity is rightly taking place in an atmosphere of respectful hush this week. That likely means next week ...

Business process and web services

The relationship between business process and web services is very important, but is not often explained very clearly. ...


September 1st-7th, 2002

RSS 2.0 takes shape

Dave Winer of Userland Software today proposed to heal the long-standing rift over RSS syndication formats with a new ...

IDC readies web services analysis

A veritable torrent of reports and analysis is on the way from IDC, doubtless timed to coincide with this month's ...

Owning the switch

Leaving other vendors to fight for control of platforms and architectures, Verisign has focussed on the one piece of ...

Classification is the enemy of invention

We cannot organize without shared definitions and classifications; but we cannot create without challenging ...


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