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Apps in the Network Age

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For this week's Supernova Network Age briefing, we'll be speaking with Google's Bradley Horowitz about how business and personal productivity applications are changing in the Network Age. Why types of solutions lend themselves to being either highly networked, or delivered over the network? What types of organizations are embracing web-based applications for their critical infrastructure -- and what are the points of resistance? About Bradley Horowitz: Bradley oversees product management for Google Apps, including Gmail, Calendar, Google Talk, Google Voice, Google Docs, Blogger and Picasa. Before joining Google, Bradley led Yahoo's advanced development division, which developed new products such as Yahoo! Pipes, and drove the acquisition of products such as Flickr and MyBlogLog. Previously, he was Co-Founder and CTO of Virage, where he oversaw the technical direction of the company from its founding through its IPO and eventual acquisition by Autonomy. Bradley holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Michigan, and a master's degree from the MIT Media Lab and was pursuing his Ph.D. there when he co-founded Virage.