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NeowinCAST In Depth: The Web in a Business Context

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Rob    20

Neowin.net presents a new series of interviews in NeowinCAST In Depth. In this edition, recorded on September 11 2008, Rob Wright (Rob) interviews Mia Walczak, a web developer working at Thomson Reuters in London who researches new technologies and applies them to innovative web applications in the business sphere. The following topics are discussed:

  • Cloud Computing - its uses within corporations and the associated privacy and legal concerns
  • The Semantic Web - beyond the conceptual, does it have practical applications?
  • iPhone in Corporations - can the ubiquity of Blackberries ever be challenged by Apple's mobile device?
  • The future - Facebook's contribution to watercooler gossip and has life become too connected?

Follow the appropriate links to download the current episode. Enjoy, and remember to leave your comments about the show.

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Corris    42

omg!

I thought wed never get another podcast, obviously all my love and moaning worked, lol.

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Damo R.    29,658

Why did I think Corris would be first reply in this thread!

Nice one Rob and Co I'll get that downloaded!

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+M2Ys4U    97

Just listened. Very good; in-depth, as the name suggests, I look forward to listening to any further episodes :D

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