Posts Tagged ‘enterprise’

The war between open source and private source is over

Next up, after lunch this is on the slate: Enterprise Keynote: “Peace Treaty Between Open Source and Private Source – A Customer-Centric View” by Robert Shimp of Oracle. The war between open source and private source is over. Customers care about pragmatic, real-world solutions that help grow their businesses. This keynote will discuss the synergies […]

Universal Enterprise Web Application Platform

Now, on to the third keynote of OSMB wednesday, “Beyond Portals – Collaboration, Social Networking, and Web 2.0 for the Enterprise” by Bryan Cheung of Liferay, Inc.. Slides are here. Liferay Portal is the world’s leading enterprise open source portal framework, offering integrated Web publishing and content management, an enterprise service bus and service-oriented architecture, […]

The Future of Enterprise Content Management

Second keynote of the OSMB by Aleksander Farstad of eZ on the future of Enterprise Content Management. eZ Systems is a 5 million € company that’s actually a 250 million € company, nice slide and entry. Yes, he’s right, the size of the company doesn’t show the position in the market, it’s more about the […]

Is the enterprise software business dying?

Well, software commoditization is rolling. Andy Singleton has written a nice commentary in the IT Managers Journal … One aspect is open source alternatives, another point is that many of these pieces of software don’t deliver on what they promise … the conclusion is that the traditional enterprise software business is dying. That doesn’t mean […]