The Gillmor Gang

September 16, 2004
60 minutes, 20.9mb, recorded 2004-09-16

The Gillmor Gang

Ray Ozzie

Michael Vizard

Steve Gillmor, contributing editor, ZDNet
Doc Searls, senior editor, Linux Journal
Jon Udell, lead analyst, InfoWorld Test Center
Dana Gardner, senior analyst, Yankee Group

Ray Ozzie founded Groove Networks in October 1997. Previously, Ray was a founder and president of Iris Associates, where he created and led the development of Lotus Notes, the defining groupware product used by more than 100 million people worldwide.

Ray joins The Gang to look at big-picture issues. Innovation no longer flows from IT out, but from the consumer world to IT, and most innovation and growth is at the edge of the network. iPods are caches for iTunes on the desktops, which are in turn caches for the iTunes store.

What does the future hold for VoIP and Skype, and what do the recent Longhorn announcements mean for ISVs?

Hear the answer to these questions and more from Ray and The Gang including guest Gang member, Michael Vizard, editor-in-chief, CRN Magazine.

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