Microsoft Online Services' GlaxoSmithKline win is a nice victory for the software giant, but it may be a bit premature for too much chest thumping over Google Apps. On the other side of the equation, Google is likely to have a helluva a battle on its hands.
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Several of Kaz's major customers have welcomed Fujitsu's plan to buy the Telstra IT services subsidiary, saying they expect no adverse impact from the $200 million takeover.
Twitter is a very interesting phenomenon. It's interesting because it only allows 140 characters.
CountryAudience, 000Reach, %Europe210,95074.6United Kingdom29,26379.8Spain13,18573.7Portugal2,70572.9Denmark2,39069.7Italy14,40869.3Belgium3,66868.2Germany24,90167.3Ireland1,13166.9Finland2,06166.2Sweden3,73365.4Switzerland2,80464.7France21,74563.9Russia18,42763.5Netherlands7,43863.0Norway1,73258.9Austria2,12049.7Source: comScore
Telstra's sale of Kaz will hand Fujitsu the keys it has been seeking to federal government work, bringing it up to be able to compete effectively with rivals such as IBM and CSC, analysts said yesterday.
When Red Hat tells you that buying a free Linux license from them makes sense every time you have an old SPARC box up for support renewal, they're not exactly being honest with you.
Why did the White House put up its latest video of the President's weekly address sans YouTube? Chris Soghoian says it's because of privacy concerns.
On the eve of PMA 09, Samsung announced that it will showcase a new concept digital camera--the NX Series--at the show. Though it doesn't adhere to a pre-existing standard, the NX Series is similar to (and will compete with) the Micro Four-Thirds standard championed by Panasonic and Olympus.
I have been the first to bid good riddance to dead tree news sources. Newspapers folding?
More than two years after Symantec pulled the plug on L0phtCrack, the venerable password cracking tool is being prepped for a return to the spotlight.The original creators of L0phtCrack has reacquired the tool with plans to release a new version at next week's SOURCE Boston conference.