Thursday, July 14, 2005

Is cohesion disruptive?

During yesterday's panel session at Catalyst, I remarked to the
application superplatform vendors that they dissed the "good enough"
rebel platforms at their peril, since good enough always beats out those
moving to the higher end over time. I got decent answers from the IBM
and Oracle reps. The others didn't do so well.

Most interesting, though, is that Anne Thomas Manes of Burton addressed
the question during her wrapup. Her take is that cohesion is the
disruptive technology, not what the good enough vendors bring. I'm not
so sure I but that, but it is an interesting thought. More later when I
have a bigger keyboard.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

eh?

3:43 PM  

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