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Cognos 10 Launch and My Key Takeaways from IBM IOD

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I don’t know when, but at some point in the not too distant future, the world of enterprise software and applications will become simpler.

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Comments (3)
Don't get too excited - C10 is still under-baked, I reckon it will take another couple of releases before they make it as functional as it should be.

And it's bound to be bug-ridden! Worse than New York.

Mick

Posted by Michael G | Wednesday, October 27 2010 at 6:31PM ET
The cognos 10's scorecard capability is as poor as before, i think. How to do version control of too many framework design files are still the problem. Cognos 10 is greater than Cognos8, but it is just a little greater.
Posted by chunyu s | Friday, October 29 2010 at 1:53AM ET
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