SAP's Q3 results came in a little better than expected. The question now is what happens going forward.
Dennis Howlett analyzing the issues faced by senior business practitioners who work with enterprise software.
Dennis Howlett is a 40 year veteran in enterprise IT, working with companies large and small across many industries. He endeavors to inform buyers in a no-nonsense manner and spares no vendor that comes under his microscope.
Colleagues regularly moan about airlines. Here's a good feel post about BA. It's an airline that is looking after me very well. I am pleased to sing its praises.
TechEd was a slightly odd show this time around that left us with plenty to think about and much to anticipate. Here's the show wrap.
Vishal SIkka is expanding his vision for HANA. Here's what it really means.
Coding for SAP is usually associated with serious geeks. But in this video we find that youngsters can be taught how to work with SAP systems. Enjoy
As more companies seek to simplify their licensing arrangements, SAPUK&IUG have published the results of a survey which overwhelmingly show the need for simplification. It won't be easy.
It appears that someone at Oracle's Troy, MI office has sent Ford Motor Company a smear campaign against Salesforce.com. If true then it is a very bad idea with serious repercussions.
As Sears refactors its IT landscape, legacy vendors are finding themselves out in the cold in favor of open source alternatives.
SAP's hijacking of the Oracle open World #OOW #OOW12 hashtags was roundly criticised as tasteless and classless by some of SAP's closest friends. Discuss.
Oracle's current cloud focus has polarised opinion. Some think it's great, others think it's mutton dressed as lamb. Where's the upside for customers?