Rimini Street also revealed it plans to announce a new managing director for Europe later this week.
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Marissa Mayer's motive? Doesn't matter. There's a moral to this story, and it's all about innovation.
Not ready to retire any time soon, Neelie Kroes told business leaders on Monday that the EU can "knock down the walls" to the single mobile market, and promises to do so by 2015.
Now that the U.S. government and military have approved iPhones and iPads for secure use, the U.S. Air Force plans on spending a little to save a lot in the long-run.
HP's business is likely to see a rough quarter with a Dell price war making life more difficult. However, HP's restructuring efforts should help earnings.
Tech firms haven't had it easy in India. Vodafone, Google and Samsung have faced India's ire, and now Infosys is added to the list.
Chinese firms Huawei and ZTE are in hot water with the European Commission for allegedly ignoring trade rules and "dumping" their products into European markets.
Dell's thumb-sized Android USB device, revealed at CES, is set to ship in July this year. Good news for security-conscious IT staff?
The Wall Street Journal reported that Yahoo is indeed buying Tumblr for $1.1 billion. This is easily Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's biggest move to date.
A TechRepublic poll of business professionals run this week during BlackBerry live indicates that the BlackBerry Q10 may win back converts from iPhone and Android.