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SAP has doubled its customer base in India, sent its entire executive board to the country and reaffirmed plans to invest $1 billion to the developing nation by 2010. For good measure, SAP partnered with Wipro on a research center.
Notable headlines: Ryan Naraine: Rootkit-like behavior found on Sony fingerprint reader.Firefox or IE?
Robert Scoble livened up the August vacation time, when companies prefer to hold their announcements until after Labor Day (in the U.S.
While salesforce.com gets most of the headlines about browser-based CRM, and spends more than half its revenue on sales and marketing, SugarCRM has been taking a different route.
Acer announced Monday that it is buying Gateway for $710 million in a move that vaults the Taiwan-based PC vendor into the top 3 globally based on revenue. Acer reckons that Gateway will give it more than $15 billion in revenue and shipments topping 20 million PC units a year (official statement).
Business intelligence is arguably the most important enterprise application in your company. But questions abound: How can you get more workers using it?
Dell once again blogged about its delays for XPS and M1330 orders due to component shortages and issues with custom colors. What's interesting about this latest blog post from Dell is that it largely echoes previous posts on the subject.
Notable headlines:George Ou: Best storage strategies for the multimedia PC.Robin Harris: Why aren't small drives cheaper?
When I was Utah's CIO, we were preparing for the Salt Lake City Olympics. One of the IT related issues was protecting State of Utah network assets from attacks by people who might want to use the publicity of the games to make a political or social statement.