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In India, with Force(.com) !


The Tour de Force events across the globe continue to draw great attendance and interest from developers looking to build new SaaS applications. The event is yet to make its way to India but I have been traveling across India (Pune & Bangalore)...
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The Unbundling of the Corporation


Here is an interesting article from the New York Times on the impact the credit crisis is having on corporate models. Part of the article discusses the transformation of corporate...
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The Forces of Long Tail Software and Services


Chris Anderson's book on "the business of selling more of less" has enlightened people's thinking about current market economics where modern day technology and the Internet has enabled long tail ecommerce to flourish. For this blog post, I...
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Amazon Reduces S3 Storage Prices


Amazon has reduced prices of their Simple Storage Service aka S3. I use Amazon S3 to store all the CSS files, external scripts, web images and the site performance has improved since then because outsourcing to S3 puts less load on the Apache...
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BlogAds Available for Bloggers & Site Owners


Do you need a BlogAds Invite ? Are you looking for someone who can sponspor your blog for BlogAds Network ? Come here.  Blogads is one of the few advertising systems on the web that follow a flat fee structure instead of the CPC / CPM...
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Google and salesforce.com - Like Peanut Butter and


Today, salesforce.com and Google announced a new toolkit to link Force.com applications to Google Apps. Now, Appirio already has five commercial applications that connect Google Apps and Salesforce.com. That's more than any other vendor, and three...
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