The Chief Scientist of salesforce.com, JP Rangaswami, discusses new styles of management on the latest episode of CxOTalk.
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An agency like the NSA can't operate if all its work is going to be exposed to the world. Whatever reforms we make to their practices, the NSA must tighten their internal security first.
With the integration of Rypple, Salesforce.com starts playing in the HR game. Meanwhile, Salesforce gets into content management with Site.com.
Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization 9 simplifying application installation, delivery and management
Novell hopes its ZENworks Application Virtualization 9 will make it easier for organizations to migrate from Windows XP to Windows 7 as well as install, deliver and update applications. The company faces strong challenges from Microsoft, Citrix, VMware, Intel and AppZero, however.
HP delivers NMC 9.1 as new demands on network management require secure, integrated, and automated response
To manage your network today, you really need to understand how your network is constructed from the bottom up, how it ties together, how it changes over time, and how it self-organizes. You need to build that kind of intelligence into your root-cause analysis.
The folks at Solarwinds recently acquired Hyper9 to extend their product portfolio to include virtual environment management. Prior to this acquisition, Solarwinds offered the Orion family of application performance, network, storage and system management products.
HP's Robin Purohit unpacks Business Service Management 9 as way to address complexity in hybrid data centers
For me, this release is an extremely proud moment. This has been the vision that we've had for some time, particularly around BSM 9, being able to bring all these points of monitoring information together into a simple, powerful way to solve these big business problems.
Is PeopleSoft 9.1 Talent Management a marketing gimmick or the real deal. Regardless, it is opening up a can of worms around value delivery. It is also opening up the discussion around maintenance costs. Here we go again. Hang on to your hats.
You need a reminder that the economy is in the dumps right now as much as a paraglider needs a tornado. But the fact remains, the flow of currency is partially paralyzed, and that means skittish companies are cutting budgets and scrutinizing the management of IT expenses, kind of like they did in '02 post dot-com bubble bust.
One of the UK's most successful CEOs shows where he gets his best business advice -- from employees, customers, and even competitors.
The agreement between Dell and Infobird will see cloud-based call-centre systems provided to enterprises in China
Network equipment maker 3Com has appointed Angela Hughes as its new country manager, replacing Grant Howe.
Dell and Salesforce.com are selling a joint offering to businesses in the US, combining Salesforce CRM with Dell's integration services
Sure, change can be expensive, but no change can be even more expensive. I know that implementing a new document management system may seem costly at first, but if you think about it, the quick and snappy business practices that result will allow you to reap tons of savings in the future.
What's the best customer relationship management suite? We put six of the top vendors to the test to find out in our no holds barred face-off.
The IT services companies will become BT Engage IT and aim to target the SME market in the areas of virtualisation, unified comms and managed services
The City of Melbourne (CoM) will ditch its Oracle management systems in favour of local vendor TechnologyOne under a deal worth $3 million.
We made a few announcements today around our Acrobat 9 product and a new portal called Acrobat.com which is aimed at helping people work better.
I first encountered the difference between French and US employment policy during the dot com boom and I was working with a friend, Gilles Lerat, on an electronic coupon management solution he had developed. His company, a successful security consulting and reseller firm, was worried about the "employment police" who would stake out their parking lot and fine the company if they uncovered evidence that people were working late.
BrightIdea.com is one of the companies on my 2008 watch list.