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IN BUSINESS
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In Business
Thursday 8.30-9.00pm,
Sunday 9.30-10.00pm (rpt)
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11 January 2007
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Peter Day
NEW WAVE COMPUTING

Peter Day talks to some of the rising stars of the new revolution and finds out how the computer industry is changing yet again.
The world’s biggest computer companies are being threatened by a host of new start-ups powered by open-source software, strings of inexpensive computers,and ‘mash-up’ websites which combine information in innovative ways.
Contributors

Paul Sterne
chief financial officer of Open-Xchange and general manager Americas.

Peter Yared
chief executive, ActiveGrid

John Newton
chairman, Alfresco

John Powell
chief executive, Alfresco

Scott Dietzen
chief executive, Zimbra

Paul Radamacher
Google

Di-Ann Eisnor
chief executive, Platial

Paul Saffo
writer and technology forecaster Paul Saffo's web site
Work in Progress

Peter Day writes a regular column for BBC Online. Read about the internet search company Autonomy in Peter Day's latest Work in Progress: Bold moves on the road to ruin?
About the programme
 
We try to make ear-grabbing programmes about the whole world of work, public and private, from vast corporations to modest volunteers.

In Business is all about change. New ways of work and new technologies are challenging most of the assumptions by which organisations have been run for the last 100 years. We try to report on ideas coming over the horizon, just before they start being talked about. We hope it is an exhilarating ride.
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