Monday, December 10, 2007
Links for 2007-12-10
Scoble makes an interesting point as to why bloggers don't talk much about enterprise software but leaves out several considerations. For those who work for large enterprises who are also bloggers, enterprisey software vendors make us sign agreements that say that we can't say anything positive or negative without enterprise software vendors permission. Microsoft can't have it both ways.
The only thing that I would add is to position the GUI for future support of XACML. I assume that Charlie Mortimore has seen...
The folks who develop Liferay Enterprise Portal also happen to serve as the best examples of build and deployment architectures in the J2EE space.
The need for buy-in morphs over time in subtle ways.
Scoble is taking a good beating on enterprise software. Maybe Nicholas Carr, Michael Krigsman, Ross Mayfield and others will figure out that the ones who have the most opinion on enterprise software are usually those who work in large enterprises and that the better answer may be to attempt to engage them in a dialog vs chattering amongst themselves.