Wednesday, May 31, 2006
"The increasingly broad and rapid adoption of varying types and levels of software-as-a-service (SaaS), multiple "flavors" of services-oriented architectures (SOA), and open source-based software can be expected to increase IT and business complexity, and management costs. This will have a significant, negative effect on many firms' ability to more broadly innovate, either in business or in their use of IT. ... Even with all of the benefits that these next-generation SaaS technologies will bring to bear - the reality is that this multiheaded hybrid software hydra is likely to be a technology management and TCO nightmare for users." Find out why by visiting the link above.