Oracle vs. SAP over TomorrowNow: Twitter bans and one massive exhibit list

Oracle vs. SAP over TomorrowNow: Twitter bans and one massive exhibit list

Summary: The Oracle vs. SAP TomorrowNow trial has kicked off and there are a few moving parts. Here's the latest and the documents you need to know.

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The Oracle vs. SAP TomorrowNow trial has kicked off and there are a few moving parts. Among them:

Meanwhile, there are a few interesting docs to note as the TomorrowNow trial kicks off. The juror instructions filed on Nov. 1 read:

I know that many of you use cell phones, Blackberries, the internet and other tools of technology. You also must not talk to anyone about this case or use these tools to communicate electronically with anyone about the case. This includes your family and friends. You may not communicate with anyone about the case on your cell phone, through e-mail, Blackberry, iPhone, text messaging, or on Twitter, through any blog or website, through any internet chat room, or by way of any other social networking websites, including Facebook, Twitter, My Space, LinkedIn, and YouTube.

Here are the instructions: saporcl110110a

And a mammoth exhibit list:

Oracle vs. SAP Trial Exhibit List

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  • RE: Oracle vs. SAP over TomorrowNow: Twitter bans and one massive exhibit list

    It is pretty sad if Oracle views this lawsuit as a way to compete with SAP. We know that all other things Oracle has done to complete with SAP and Salesforce.com produced no success. Purchase of ARTG today is just another example of failure by Oracle to make business application market inroads. It appears that Larry is taking his frustration with his inability to lead Oracle to be successful and direct all that energy into other avenues that make it look like he is actually getting some sort of results for the shareholders.
    mikies