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Entries Tagged as 'Open API Economy'

Intel Announces Mashery Acquisition

April 22nd, 2013 · No Comments · feature, Open API Economy

From partnership to acquisition Let there be no confusion. Intel is a hardware company. It makes microchips. This is its core business. History shows that companies do best when they stick to their roots. There are exceptions. At the same time, Intel has always dabbled in software at some level. Mostly in products that support […]

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2012 International Oasis Cloud Symposium

October 16th, 2012 · No Comments · Daily Thesis, Identity, Open API Economy, privacy

  Summary of the Oasis Cloud Symposium last week in Washington DC. Introduction Last week I was invited to attend the 2012 International Oasis Cloud Symposium. I was very impressed. The attendance was not large—in fact—the organizers limited the number of attendees to 125 people. I was not able to attend the first day, but […]

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The Internet of Things Gets Huge Boost

May 10th, 2012 · No Comments · Daily Thesis, feature, Life Management Platform, Open API Economy

Scott Lemon and his new startup Wovyn is showing visionary thinking that will lead to what KuppingerCole calls The Life Management Platform (You can download the report for free here). Watch the video, note how they are supporting open protocols and open APIs. I love this stuff.

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Security > 140 Conversation with Craig Burton

March 28th, 2012 · No Comments · feature, Identity, Innovation, Open API Economy

I had a conversation with Gunnar Peterson recently. Here is the transcript of the exchange. It is short but worth looking at. Today’s Security > 140 Conversation is with Craig Burton is a Distinguished Analyst at KuppingerCole, in his  recent work, Craig explores the API Economy and how participating in the API economy reconfigures organizations’ […]

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