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Ability to Work with SOA May Make Chrome Ideal for Enterprise

Google Chrome may be the fastest browser around, but it may actually prove to be even more important to the enterprise for its ability to interact with service-oriented architectures. At least, that's the way a number of SOA pundits see it. Salesforce.com, a Google partner, is especially enthusiastic about the potential for Chrome to improve adoption of Web services. "As we are increasingly dependent on Web apps, how business users use Web browsers changes," says Adam Gross, vice president of developer marketing at Salesforce. "It speaks to a world not about Web sites you visit once, but apps like Salesforce or Gmail that you live in all day, every day."
Source: News Factor, http://www.newsfactor.com/story.xhtml?story_id=020000NI5Z2W

Google Chrome may be the fastest browser around, but it may actually prove to be even more important to the enterprise for its ability to interact with service-oriented architectures. At least, that's the way a number of SOA pundits see it. Salesforce.com, a Google partner, is especially enthusiastic about the potential for Chrome to improve adoption of Web services. "As we are increasingly dependent on Web apps, how business users use Web browsers changes," says Adam Gross, vice president of developer marketing at Salesforce. "It speaks to a world not about Web sites you visit once, but apps like Salesforce or Gmail that you live in all day, every day."
Source: News Factor, http://www.newsfactor.com/story.xhtml?story_id=020000NI5Z2W