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ALSO CALLED: Business Incubators, Business Accelerators
DEFINITION: In the business world, an incubator is an enterprise that is set up to provide office space, equipment, and sometimes mentoring assistance and capital to new businesses that are just getting started. (The term is familiar in poultry farming, where an incubator is a specially-equipped home for baby chickens.) Business incubators are set up by universities, non-profit groups, and increasingly by venture  … 
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Web 2.0 for the Enterprise: Setting the Foundation for Success
sponsored by Oracle Corporation
WHITE PAPER: Bringing Web 2.0 to the enterprise is more than just the latest technology; it's about changing the traditional business model and tapping into the creativity, intellect, and passion of every single employee.
Posted: 16 Oct 2008 | Published: 16 Oct 2008

Oracle Corporation

Why Buy Vs. Build Serena Service Manager
sponsored by SERENA Software, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: This decision guide demonstrates how migrating to Serena Service Manager will help transform your IT organization into an agile, responsive, and business-focused service provider.
Posted: 04 Apr 2012 | Published: 04 Apr 2012

SERENA Software, Inc.

Why Should CFOs Care About the Cloud? Because IT Sees it Differently
sponsored by Host Analytics, Inc
WHITE PAPER: This paper discusses why CFOs should care about the cloud and how the approaches of IT and finance executives differ when it comes to cloud computing.
Posted: 13 Apr 2012 | Published: 13 Apr 2012

Host Analytics, Inc

 The Social Business - Advent of a new age
sponsored by IBM
WHITE PAPER: This white paper discusses the ins and outs of social businesses, uncovering what it means, the value it brings, and what you should expect for the future.
Posted: 23 Jun 2011 | Published: 22 Jun 2011

IBM
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INCUBATORS DEFINITION (continued): … In the business world, an incubator is an enterprise that is set up to provide office space, equipment, and sometimes mentoring assistance and capital to new businesses that are just getting started. (The term is familiar in poultry farming, where an incubator is a specially-equipped home for baby chickens.) Business incubators are set up by universities, non-profit groups, and increasingly by venture capitalists, especially for new Web businesses. On the Web, the pace of growth and competition, especially of retail and business-to-business (B2B) Web sites, is fostering software packages for the creation of "out-of-the-box" Web sites. For more ambitious Web sites and technology product development, venture capitalists are discovering that the incubation idea provides an organized way to finance and monitor the progress of its fledgling "chicks."
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