July 30th, 2008

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Building the Web 2.0 enterprise – The McKinsey Global Survey Results are out

Via the Jama Software blog “Not surprising, companies are using more Web 2.0 tools and technologies now than they were last year. The latest survey results from The McKinsey Quarterly on “Building the Web 2.0 Enterprise” illustrate the growing investments in Web 2.0 technologies.”

Seattle VC opens Portland office, names local partner – Silicon Forest – The Oregonian – OregonLive.com

Mike Rogoway writes “Seattle VC firm Voyager Capital is moving its Hillsboro office to downtown Portland, and will name former Tektronix exec Diane Fraiman partner to run the office.”

Who will build the open source cloud?

Via The 451 Group blog “I wrote recently about the potential of open source software as a platform for cloud computing. Since then I’ve been involved in a couple of conversations with prospective cloud users that have further highlighted the opportunity for an open source cloud.”

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