Hewlett-Packard brought its road show for blade servers, replete with executives and...
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RightNow's recently announced hosted customer relationship management solution, RightNow CRM 7.0, comes on the heels of Salesforce.
After examining the unredacted portions of certain court documents, CNET News.
Ross Mayfield of SocialText has been pioneering and evangelizing the use of wikis for enterprise applications. Now he has some company.
At the Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco today, Google board member and mega VC John Doerr says there...
Kurzweil's Kurves map death of PCs, complete reverse-engineering of the brain, and Matrix-like virtual reality
I've spent the last few days digesting a presentation given at the MIT Emerging Technologies Conference by optical character recognition/speech recognition legend and National Inventors Hall of Famer Ray Kurzweil.
I'm at the Vortex 2004 conference in sunny Santa Barbara, CA listening to Geoffrey Moore give an overview of the state of enterprise IT and the furture developments that CIOs need to consider in making decisions.
I ran into Jonathan...
Hewlett-Packard has formally demanded that Sun and its president, Jonathan Schwartz, stop publishing what it calls "misleading and factually incorrect statements" about HP's commitment to HP-UX, its version of Unix.