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DISTRUPTIVE INNOVATION

Dear Mr.Ket, Looking some statistics, it is reported that 70 percent of the IT budget in large firms is spent in incremental maintenance of the existing systems. Indeed, it gets so obvious to realize why the CIOs focus is on “the maintenance” and not ie. business innovation – much difficult subject.. Further more, at the consumer side, modern systems turn around on continuos updating too. Is it all of this sign of lost believe in innovation? Sincerelly

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VALUE EXTREMES

Dear Mr.Ket, Value, aka customer value, has been the key for a software to reach big since years (’70s). First value, second TTM: a simple “trick” from ideas and research on the field. Then, it comes in the game an other “value”, the stackholders ones. Here’re some observations: 1) when there is value usually there is stack. value; 2) when there is stack. value only, the audience is missing; 3) there is a driven philosophic confusion between values. Sincerelly

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MISSING APPS

Dear Mr.Ket After you bet hard, and TTM was not enough to succeed, you have to bear the consequences. So, when you decided to chease the actual ecosystem of developers, developers, developers, etc. you cut yourself a lot on the market missing to touch base on next mobile need: the apps. Indeed, only now – after a twenty years, we found a rich app’s market coming from.. the corporate. Mr.Ket, did you predict this *scenario*? Sincerelly

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DOT MICROSOFT

Dear Mr.Ket, Ergo – the bias againt Microsoft took advantage over the dephaiance of the proprietary software against the current industry ecosystem. And the opensource software TTM scored a couple of times: giving an OS to smartphones; giving a development language for the web; keeping by hand the improving JVM performances and launching the Java application ecosystem; etc. Who won? The industry ecosystem. Sincerelly

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DOT NET

Dear Mr.Ket, In 2000, after tested the first features of ASP3.0, we asked ourselves what is all this noise about classes? We were already doing everthing by some scripts! Well, the answer is TTM again: the cheasing of Internet as we know it (aka .net), for the upcoming advs of The Next Generation, its Mobile and Apps. While professionals have been missing an Ecosystem for years, everyone can judge the “going nuts” of this transformation. Sincerelly

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SOCIAL READY

Dear Mr.Ket, Having a large business reppresenting the IT industry requires to get involved with engineers but also writers, lecterature criticiens, economists, sociologists, artists, designers, architects and other professionals. This means getting social. And this means wealth distribution. Both reppresenting matters asking leaders to be “responsible” and “involved”. Are you TTM and Social Ready like a true Gamer? Sincerelly

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TIME LAPSE

Dear Mr.Ket, Ergo – it appears there is time to invest money and time to get profit from it; getting a sort of amortization for your business. Let’s say (since 1965), a fifty years time window. It is acceptable for somes; for others – working around TTM and investing daily, it isn’t enough: I mean a stop of 15 years investment – dot. We neither see a future for ie. VR – the last invention of that crucial period. But in what makes IT successful..  Sincerelly

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PRIVATE ENLIGHTENMENT

Dear Mr.Ket, Competition and TTM should enhance private research in all the IT industry, popping up successful cases like the italian Olivetti or the canadian Commodore. In fact, both biz were cheased, condamned by financial difficulties popped up from the “Public”. Then transistor, modern pc, mouse, Internet, etc. all came out made by Public research. May we talk about a general business deresponsibilization coming from the top? Sincerelly

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NEXT TIME

Dear Mr.Ket, Next time we would launch the mobile industry we will do it with an ecosystem. Next time we will focus creating web apps that run both on desktop and both on the mobile; and we will have a good developing platform for that. Next time, I’m sure, we will do it to create value for all the software industry. Next time, and we can’t miss it, we will demonstrate to the public what is TTM. Mr.Ket, you will be with us next time? Sincerelly

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EXTREME BRANDING

Dear Mr.Ket, I’m convincing myself that TTM and competition requirement is trasforming our lives. In fact, today, IT companies to adapt to the market are required to deresponsibilize themselves three-sixty degrees: with no warrenty for consumers on one side; without privacy concern on the the other; and finally outsourcing projects, processes till the full production. Is your company by a lonly brand too? Make me know.. Sincerelly

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