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No two businesses are the same! Market differentiation is the single most important factor in success and indeed survival of any business, big or small. In a crowded free-enterprise market, a competitive advantage results from those business processes that help uniquely differentiate a business from other players.
Businesses spend substantial amounts of money on IT infrastructure and computer applications. Some business processes such as word-processing can be handled by packaged software and still remain unique. Others can make use of highly customisable off-the-shelf packages such as accounting software. The exceptions are those unique processes that give any business its competitive advantage and are best served by custom-software development.
There is no point living in denial. Web business applications are here. You cannot live with them. You cannot live without them. But they are here. So let us make the best out of this “less than ideal” situation.
“Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world”
These are the immortal words of the Irish poet William Butler Yeats from a poem titled the Second Coming. For those developers who learned their craft on the desktop and helped develop a digital universe that has the desktop firmly at its centre, Cloud Computing must be a reminder of these stark words.
The centre has shifted to the user who controls the time and space in a vast new digital universe where all things are connected. Developers who seek their fortune in this new universe must face and survive seven ordeals and success will only favour those who come prepared.