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July 28, 2010

Morning roundup: pick of the comment, July 28 2010

Our pick of the morning reading

By Cbr Rolling Blog

1. 5 Questions to ask when choosing enterprise collaboration tools (GigaOm)
Whether you’re Chief Information Officer in a large company or the IT guy in a small non-profit, when you’re choosing collaboration tools for your team, there are a few important questions that you must consider.

2. When does CRM become a collaboration service? (ReadWriteWeb)
Does the CRM and collaboration combination point to Social CRM as the natural outcome for where the market is heading? Alex William reports.

3. If Apple wants to be a major player it needs to start behaving like one (The Guardian)
Apple is no longer the Lucky Little Company That Could but a looming, secretive, manipulative corporate giant, and it needs to adjust to its new status, says John Naughton.

4. Apple selling rechargeable iBatteries (LA Times)
Leave it to Apple to make something so boring, something with so many competitors — heard of Energizer or Duracell? — sound so, well, exciting, says Mark Milian.

5. The State of Open Source: Startup, growth, maturity or decline? (RedMonk)
To judge by the vigorousness of the defense of its brand in recent weeks, it seems reasonably safe to conclude that open source can be evaluated as an institution in certain contexts, says Stephen O’Grady.

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