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While Google is pitching Google Apps as an ideal productivity solution for enterprises, a large majority of its early adopters are small businesses.
“Because there are so many more online communities and social networking programs and everything, it’s probably a lot easier for a typical, mainstream, everyday technology user to know someone who is an early adopter,” said Whitney Hess, a user experience designer who helps companies make their product more friendly for the mainstream.
The corrected release reads: G5 SELLS OUT EARLY ADOPTER PROGRAM FOR MULTIFAMILY HOUSING High Demand for Mobile Premium Product Among Industry Leaders G5 News * G5, the leading provider of vertical-specific Local Marketing Solutions, today announced that its Mobile Premium Early Adopter Program (EAP) for Multifamily Housing has sold out.
Oil and gas companies were early adopters of grids, but their deployments had progressed little beyond those applications for which they were originally procured," said William Fellows, Principal Analyst at The 451 Group.
Robotics, helping them to secure venture funding, establish critical business relationships, and influence early adopters.
Voice-XML is gaining ground, early adopter firms are continuing to invest, and secondary or "pragmatist" verticals are showing increasing interest in speech.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The TV-Anytime Phase 1 Patent Pool and its administrator, Via Licensing Corporation, are pleased to announce early adopter incentives to parties wishing to enter into a license to use patents that are essential for the practice of the TV-Anytime standard.
The board is available for early adopter sampling today.