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And these are the articles you couldn't get enough of during the past week -- if page views are anything to go by, anyways. So, what was your fancy? Microsoft, W3C, technology predictions for 2009, SaaS CMS trends and more.

  • Gartner: 2009 Top 10 Strategic Technologies At the recent Gartner Symposium/ITxpo, Gartner analysts presented their insights into the top 10 technologies and trends to rule the world in 2009.
  • Top 10 eDiscovery Trends for 2009 The folks at Clearwell Systems, whose platform works to streamline the eDiscovery process, have looked into their crystal ball and have offered a few predictions for the new year.
  • Microsoft's New Open Source Web CMS. Yes, Microsoft has SharePoint. And it's the most talked about and controversial content management system out there today. Everyone seems to have it. Many actually use it.
  • Why Would EMC Grab Open Source SourceLabs? Why would a highly-diversified Enterprise CMS technology corporation with licensing revenues in the billions of dollars be interested in a tiny company that specializes in support software for open source projects?
  • 2009 Trends in SaaS Web Content Management. Our friends at CMS Watch recently announced their take on trends in SaaS Web Content Management for 2009.
  • Microsoft Keeps Embracing Open Source, Digs PHP Microsoft's Open Source Technology Center (OSTC) is home to the software vendor's relationships with a few open source products such as MySQL and SugarCRM. The OSTC has been hard at work lately -- especially, in the web application space.

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