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Web 2.0 will test your hype (and Star Wars) IQ

Whether or not we admit it, most people even tangentially involved in the technology business are worried that Web 2.0 is another economic bubble, they are simultaneously distressed that they'll miss out on the boom, and they are concerned that the whole thing could blow up at any time.

For those who are overly anxious, Cerado......

Full article >>> luate what is being overlooked. And a market overlooked is a market opportunity. Enterprise business applications and services is that market opportunity. As more attention focuses on consumer Web services, a void forms in the enterprise market.

Companies such as BriteSoft are filling that void for customers, even if they aren't getting the attention of the popular media. Fortunately, th......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 12/07/06


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