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High tech in the U.K. Do the Brits forgo Web 2.0?

This week, I'm in the United Kingdom, getting a snapshot of the start-up scene here. I've come across some tremendously fascinating companies.

One company is undercutting the likes of Tivoli and HP by offering easily integrated and deployed system management tools for the SME market.

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This got me thinking about the geographic heritage of certain technology types. While London entrepreneurs are building their share of consumer Web services, start ups outside the city seem more focused on enterprise applications, IT management, and fundamental technologies.

As one English entrepreneur observed, We're a lot more like Boston start ups ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 02/22/07


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