Editor's Note: This is the text of Chris Shipley's keynote speech given to open the recent DEMO 2007 Conference in Palm Desert, Calif.
I shouldn't be surprised by the energy in this room today, and neither should you. You are at the very center of an exciting shift in the information technology market. As computing power becomes increasingly distribut......Full article >>>
ntric - one where we can define the capabilities and the impact of a machine, based on its form factor - to a model that is people-centric - one that is defined by the authority to influence - and manage the application of technology. It would have to be an authority that will drive development and design of new technology products.
Age of Empowerment
Forget mainframes and......Full article >>>
mputers and portable storage, and a range of other products; their personal preferences drive those buying decisions. They are demanding performance, ease-of-use, and reliability, and Web-like experiences with enterprise data.
Even where the buying decision is held deep in an IT organization, those decisions are greatly influenced by the need to serve a sav......Full article >>>
nd the belief that new capability is possible.
Yes, there is something really cool at DEMO - 68 somethings, to be exact. Each of these products is different, each is cool in its own right - whether it is 6th Sense's
solution to layer business metrics into application development, or ZoomInfo's
ability to gather an......Full article >>>
ey: Reader predictions would make 2007 quite a year
Chris Shipley: Bold prediction: Web 2.0 goes away in 2007
Chris Shipley: Web 2.0 will test your hype (and Star Wars) IQ
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