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There have been so many articles and blogs about cloud computing in the past few weeks, we had to make some tough choices about what to include in Workday Wrap-Up. We also share an entertaining piece ...

There have been so many articles and blogs about cloud computing in the past few weeks, we had to make some tough choices about what to include in Workday Wrap-Up. We also share an entertaining piece from InformationWeek's Secret CIO on the travails of software licensing, a blog from our own Strategic CIO Steven John on critical requirements for SaaS integrations, and coverage about our Workday Integration Cloud Platform announcement. Finally, several members of the venture capital community weigh in on this rumor about another tech bubble.

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    Workday Wrap-Up: Clouds, Clouds, Clouds, and No Bubbles Blog Workday Wrap-Up: Clouds, Clouds, Clouds, and No Bubbles Blog Document Transcript

    • Workday Wrap-Up:Clouds, Clouds, Clouds, and No BubblesApril 1, by Mary Hayes WeierThere have been so many articles and blogs about cloud computing in the past few weeks, we had tomake some tough choices about what to include in Workday Wrap-Up. We also share an entertainingpiece from InformationWeeks Secret CIO on the travails of software licensing, a blog from our ownStrategic CIO Steven John on critical requirements for SaaS integrations, and coverage about ourWorkday Integration Cloud Platform announcement. Finally, several members of the venture capitalcommunity weigh in on this rumor about another tech bubble.- MaryCloud & SaaSDavid Strom provides a technical primer for cloud computing at IT World.12 Questions to Ask Your Next Cloud Computing ProviderSaaS adoption is strong, but integration is often considered an obstacle, according to new researchfrom the Society for Information Management (SIM). Justin Kerns reports at InformationManagement.SaaS Adoption Going Through Growing PainsSteven John blogs at Workday.com about what CIOs should look for when considering SaaSintegrations.Four Critical Requirements of SaaS IntegrationsDavid Linthicum blogs at InfoWorld what to look for in a cloud architect.Dont Mistake Cloud Architects for Enterprise ArchitectsPhil Wainewright, at ZDNet, claims multi-tenancy isnt always necessary.Multi-tenancy: Emulation or the Real Thing?Transverses CEO says SaaS requires multi-tenancy; Susana Schwartz of ConnectedPlanet reports.Just What is SaaS and Are Some Vendors Abusing the Term?Bill Davidow blogs at Forbes as to whether cloud computings perceived risks require regulation.Should We Regulate the Cloud?Charlie Babcock at InformationWeek stresses the importance of ensuring cloud vendors can provideaudit trails.Cloud Security Challenges Include Audit Trails, Preventing Attacks
    • Enterprise Software & IndustryInformationWeeks Secret CIO tells an all-too-familiar tale about software licensing negotiations.Secret CIO: Software Licensing: Theres Gotta Be A Better WayEricka Chickowski at Channel Insider puts together a slide on changes in the ERP market aspredicted by Panorama Consulting.Enterprise Software 2011: A Look AheadR "Ray" Wang, in The Harvard Business Review, writes about the South by Southwest InteractiveConference.Making the Leap From Consumer Tech to Enterprise ClassBubble TalkAre we in danger of entering another tech bubble? Some in the venture capital community dont thinkso. Rather, theyre encouraged by a rejuvenated technology industry. Pui-Wing Tam of the WallStreet Journal interviews two Greylock partners, who talk of a recovered Bay Area economy andexciting things going on in enterprise technology as companies like Workday are "in their stride."Investors See Web Boom, Not BubbleVenture capitalist Ben Horowitz, in a column for All Things Digital, also sees promise rather thanbubbles, noting that the "shift to cloud computing will have a more profound impact on the computingecosystem than the shift to client/server." He goes on to say, "New application companies likeWorkDay and Proferi that take advantage of the cloud to deliver never-before-possible solutions, willdevastate their old school RDBMS-based competitors."Bubble Trouble? I Dont Think SoHRNaomi Bloom of In Full Bloom blogs about the importance of mobile, social, analytical, and morecapabilities for HR software.HRM Software/Services Q1 Vendor Briefings -- Capability MattersSharlyn Lauby of Mashable blogs on how HR professionals can best leverage a fast-changing digitalworld.5 Challenges for Human Resources in a Digital WorldWorkdayWorkday announced the Workday Integration Cloud Platform earlier this week. Below is a sampling ofthe resulting articles and blogs about the announcement. (For more coverage on the announcement,visit www.workday.com.)Aneel Bhusri on Workday.comWelcome to the Workday Integration CloudDana Gardner of ZDNetWorkday Raises Bar on Integration-as-a-Service
    • Doug Henschen of InformationWeekWorkday Extends Cloud Integration OptionsVinnie Mirchandani of Deal ArchitectThe Mature CloudMichael Fauscette, blogger and IDC analystIntegration Made Easier: Workday Announces A Cloud Integration PlatformWorkday Wrap-Up, which appears bi-monthly, is a collection of links to the latest news stories andblogs about whats happening in our industry. Please send submission suggestions tomary.hayes@workday.com. The opinions and views represented in linked content do not necessarilyrepresent the opinions and views of Workday.