Phil McKinney, chief technology officer of HP's Personal Systems Group shares how the barrier to creating killer apps
is coming down, and reveals his "wish list" of apps that he hopes will be an inspiration to the DIY community.
Half the panelists share their thoughts on the next wave of killer apps
in this issue's Part 1, and the other half shed light on business issues that will confront TMT companies in the coming months in Part 2, which will run in an upcoming issue of Computer Technology Review.
Instead, firms need to create killer apps
for niche markets, and especially those not requiring exorbitant infrastructure investments.
As new killer apps
appear, data stored on servers explode, and the ever-more popular 24/7 environment exists when a SAN full-function solution of hardware and software designe d for compatibility and minimal downtime is employed, IT managers will painlessly move into REDI mode.