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Enterprise 2.0 a bright spot for software in 2012

August 2, 2012 No Comments

We’re seeing a second wave of social software aimed at a second factor: Focused applications in specific areas of the business and industry verticals. Along with the Enterprise 2.0 Conference last week, the details and trends of which I’ll examine more closely in my next post, came the news that the software industry was largely expected to slow down this year, except in a few key hot spots. Issued by IDC earlier this month, the numbers tell the story of an industry adversely impacted by the economic woes in Europe these days.

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