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James Governor

with that in mind I think it more likely Google takes 50% of the new workloads....


James, quite, with their server farms and reach not an impossible thought.

Although, despite the infrastructure and user base they would need the holistic process part - ad-hoc apps like today would not cut it methinks. And the ERP ability one day... and... :)

If they try to mash up the apps with workflow'ish links, a path I suspect would be the natural way forward, I humbly think they will miss the long term solution - that way they would only be copying the MS way and annoy the Seattle'ese (but perhaps that's their overall purpose? :D)

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