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So here it is, the inaugural edition of Workday Wrap-Up, a collection of links to recent industry news and blogs. Is my choice of shared content selective? Of course—this is the news that interests ...

So here it is, the inaugural edition of Workday Wrap-Up, a collection of links to recent industry news and blogs. Is my choice of shared content selective? Of course—this is the news that interests us most at Workday, and if you're reading this blog right now, chances are it'll interest you, too. (That said, it's important to note that opinions and views represented in these articles do not necessarily represent the opinions and views of Workday.)

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    • Introducing Workday Wrap-UpFebruary 18, 2011 by Mary Hayes Weier Every Friday, I put together a collection of links to some of the more interesting news stories and blogs about Workday, SaaS and cloud computing, mobility, inline analytics, HR software, the ERP market, and more. I then distribute this collection in an email to a group of people here at Workday. And they love it. In fact, a common initial response the first time I meet a colleaguegoes something like this: "Oh, you send out that email on Fridays with all the links to stories—thank you!" Asthe popularity of the email grew, we asked, why not share a version of our news wrap-up with the public?So here it is, the inaugural edition of Workday Wrap-Up, a collection of links to recent industry news andblogs. Is my choice of shared content selective? Of course—this is the news that interests us most at Workday,and if youre reading this blog right now, chances are itll interest you, too. (That said, its important to notethat opinions and views represented in these articles do not necessarily represent the opinions and views ofWorkday.)I hope you find Workday Wrap-Up valuable, and as a way to stay connected with the analysts, journalists, andthought leaders who consistently and expertly assess the state of our industry. Feel free to send contentsuggestions and your thoughts on this feature my way to mary.hayes@workday.com.Cloud News & AnalysisMichelle Price answers questions for businesses about cloud computing in a Wall Street Journal article.Pinning Down the CloudAmong the findings of this report: "By 2015, there will remain no business computing category that hasntmoved to the Cloud with 65 percent or more of all NEW business application / solution decisions Cloud-basedor Hybrid by 2015."Research and Markets: Key SaaS, PaaS and IaaS Trends Through 2015 Business Transformation via the CloudBrian Sommer gives reasons as to why some consultants might recommend an on-premise application overSaaS.The New Consulting Metrics (for SaaS)In another post, Brian Sommer provides insights into SaaS companies cash flow.The Economics of SaaSR "Ray" Wang defines "True SaaS” and fake SaaS.Tuesdays Tip: Understanding The Many Flavors of Cloud Computing and SaaS
    • Dennis Howlett explains Appirios "CloudSpokes."Appirio Crowdsources the Cloud with CloudSpokesHR News & AnalysisNaomi Bloom ponders the big questions in the HR world for 2011.Carnac The Magnificent: Unseen Answers To 2011s Unknown QuestionsKevin Grossman points out the positives of social networking for HR.Social Media is Just the New NetworkingJon Ingham argues against outsourcing of HR.TRU London: How HR and Recruiting can be StrategicEnterprise Mobility News & AnalysisDoug Henschen says its time to take the next big step for mobilizing enterprise applications.Mobilizing Enterprise Apps: The Next Big LeapWorkday NewsOur co-Founder and CEO Aneel Bhusri blogs about a transformational year at Workday in 2010, and a fantasticoutlook for 2011.Workdays Year of TransformationBusiness Cloud 9, a U.K. publication, interviews Aneel.No Fear of "In Denial" SAP for Workday CEOOur three-part article series, "Three HR Technology Trends to Watch in 2011," was published onWorkday.com.Three HR Technology Trends to Watch in 2011 (Hayes Weier/Workday.com)The San Ramon Fire Departments new iPhone application is designed to let bystanders help out if someonenearby is having a heart attack. Workday will port the app to BlackBerry and Android for use by additional firedepartments. A sampling of articles:New Initiative Harnesses Smartphones To Help Keep Heart Attack Victims AliveThis iPhone App Could Save Your LifeFire dept. has an iPhone app for citizen CPR (podcast)Apples Life-Saving Potential- Mary