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Data Sprawl: How The Web’s Rapid Expansion Will Transform The Global South

Two new reports show that Internet traffic will quadruple by 2015–and that an explosion of users in Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East will likely make the world’s web look quite different. In most of Western Europe, North America, and Asia, the Internet is old. The personal computer led the way, eventually bringing hypertext and multimedia into our offices and now, a huge range of …

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OpenText CEO outlines vision of web’s future

Considering the role that Canadian firm OpenText has had in the development of the web since its conception – as a project based at the University of Waterloo – through to devising searchable internet alongside Yahoo and onwards, it is perhaps no surprise that the firm’s CEO, Tom Jenkins, is not shy of an opinion or two about the future of web development.

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zLAMP: Web’s Most Popular Software Stack on IBM System z

In recent years, web development and deployment has become extremely fast and easy with the usage of open source software development tools and frameworks. The usage of open source software has reduced capital and operating expenses for web startups to a greater extend that there is a significant increase in the volume of new internet startups with applications developed using open source …

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Innovation Agents: HP’s Vyomesh Joshi Is Laser Printing The Web’s Future

User-generated content, social media, and digital photographs have all led to a boom where you might least expect it: On paper. Get Vyomesh Joshi talking about the future of printing and it’s pretty hard not to get swept along with his infectious enthusiasm for… paper. Hard copy is alive and doing very well, thank you, says the executive vice president of the Imaging and Printing Group (IPG …

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