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Posted by: Bhupena Jain
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Software has become easier to customize in the past decade, but hardware, for the most part, remains closed: Apple's battle to keep people from hacking the iPhone is a case in point. Although most consumer electronics are collections of smaller devices--cell phones typically include cameras and voice recorders, for example--users can't swap out the devices or modify the way they work. Bug Labs , a startup based in New York City, is hoping to change that with its new device, the Bug, scheduled to start shipping late this year. The Bug would allow users to design their own electronics and customize them however they want. CEO Peter Semmelhack explains that the foundation of the device is the Bugbase, a minicomputer running Linux that users can program. It has ports for up to four device modules, which snap in and out of place. Among the first modules the company expects to offer will be a GPS system, a camera, a motion sensor, and an LCD screen. But it also plans to offer new modules...
Posted by: sap user
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Many companies are turning to a new kind of enterprise resource planning software. This new model is much more affordable, provides faster return on investment, is easier to implement across an enterprise, provides superior connectivity and is highly configurable. Browser-based, open-source ERP applications hold many advantages over the traditional legacy based software systems of the past. They are easier to modify and customize, for one. This ease of configurability opens up the door to agility - changing the software system to take advantage of new opportunities or changes in the market for optimal positioning. The software can change as quickly as the company can. This new type of ERP is not "open source" in the usual sense of the term. The meaning of open source for this type of application is that the source code is modifiable, but not available to the general public. It is modifiable by the provider or the individual buyer. This is advantageous to buyers with IT resources...
Posted by: Shankar Haldar
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Software as a service (SaaS) is the talk of the day and it will increase in its popularity since there a scope of opensource to push it higher and higher. Gartner predicts that SaaS will be driven by opensource in the future. And the prediction is supported by facts and figures. By 2010, 90 percent of software as a service (SaaS) providers will have some open-source component in their technology infrastructure stacks (that is, operating system, application server and database) to reduce software acquisition expenses, according to Gartner, Inc. User communities are expanding around application-platform-as-a-service providers and will leverage open-source practices for sharing software applications. As the number of software as a service users increase the opensource support will also grow along with it, definitely. The more SaaS vendors use open source in the technology stack, the lower their software acquisition cost becomes. Users, however, should not expect cost savings to be...
Posted by: seshadri ramabadran iyengar
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Nearly everything is finding a home on the Internet, and software development is no different. But this trend called platform-as-a-service, or PaaS, could have huge implications. In theory, PaaS makes it far easier for businesses and other enterprises to develop their own applications, instead of licensing or buying the applications from software companies. The change represents a fundamental disruption to how software gets distributed and consumed, says Paul McNamara, chief executive of small PaaS vendor Coghead. The trend marks "a significant watershed event," he said. PaaS can be applied to any market, by any company, according to William Blair Co. analyst Laura Lederman. "The emergence of the PaaS offering also represents something more fundamental: a challenge to the way applications are developed and to the vendors that currently dominate software platforms," Lederman wrote in a recent report. One such dominant software platform is Microsoft 's ( MSFT ) Windows. How much of a...
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