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The Year Ahead in IT

Had it not been for the war in Iraq, 2003 might have passed into history as the little year that time forgot. Certainly, in the world of information technology, that may still be the case. Nothing much happened in 2003. Things happened slowly. Customers took their time. But for some activity in the 12th month, the markets barely moved.

This, then, must explain why the predictions I so car......

Full article >>> ularly by midyear. Despite stellar IPOs from Google and Salesforce.com, the public markets will remain closed for all-but-outstanding public offerings at least through the first half of the year. Investors, eager to show some return as their funds come to the end of term, will push for exits through other means. Moreover, larger companies that have been suppressing R&D activity for the past three ......

Full article >>> iness development expertise.

THIS YEAR: The next 12 months will be dicey for the venture business - really! We're going to see a flurry of funding activity in the first quarter as firms try to put to work uninvested money before the end of the fund's term. There's just not enough time to pull a rabbit out of the hat, however, and venture capitalists in all but the top tier are in ......

Full article >>> talwart applications that are just not nimble enough to be responsive in today's downsized enterprise IT shops. In other words, ASPs are not just for small business anymore. You'll also see a lot of activity in the enterprise IT management sector, with new players coming to market with an array of solutions to ease application performance monitoring and management. These solutions are all going af......

Full article >>> really ARE too smart to try.

That's it. These old predictions made new again. It's not that they were wrong a year ago, they just needed a little more time to cook.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 01/08/04


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