Published: 21 July 2009
Analyst(s): Carol Rozwell , Allen Weiner , Simon Mingay , Leslie Fiering , Jeffrey Mann , Steve Ohr , Stephen Prentice , Van Baker , Mark Margevicius , Scott Morrison , Jonathan Edwards , Monica Basso , Gene Phifer , Anthony Bradley , Daniel Sholler , Andrew Frank , Christophe Uzureau , Jim Tully , William Clark , Nick Jones , John Davison , Whit Andrews , Pete Basiliere , Robert Mason , Nikos Drakos , David Smith , Mike McGuire , Kathy Harris , Jackie Fenn , Alistair Newton , Paul O'Donovan , Rafe John Graham Ball , Stephen Kleynhans , W. Roy Schulte , Yefim Natis
Technologies at the Peak of Inflated Expectations during 2009 include cloud computing, e-books and Internet TV, while social software and microblogging sites such as Twitter have tipped over the peak and will soon experience disillusionment among enterprise users.
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