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March 3, 2011 by

A low-tech Microsoft slate for the masses

There are (and have been) a number of different slates and tablets in various phases of test/development by different teams at Microsoft. I discovered yet another today, when searching the Microsoft Research site.

July 30, 2010 by

SAP leads businesses into augmented reality

Taking a leaf out of the consumer handbook, SAP is working on augmented reality mobile apps that give business intelligence in the field to any employee with a handset, senior director Timo Elliott tells ZDNet UK

May 23, 2010 by

SAP: The Culture Leads the Products

In the last post on SAP I wrote, I remarked that I wasn't a Kremlin watcher but had a fascination about how CEOs and changes in CEOs affect companies.  Its been about 2 months since I wrote that and by now, as I wrap up my experience (and I am carefully choosing that word) at Sapphire, I have to say, that the effect on SAP of the co-CEOdom of Bill McDermott and J.

May 2, 2010 by

CRM for the iPad - Part 2

When I announced the contest for iPad CRM applications (at least from your mind's eye) about a month ago, one thing I didn't expect was the speed that vendors would jump on the iPad development bandwagon.Since my announcement: NetSuite showed an iPad application developed by a partner, Iron Solutions, for the agricultural equipment industry at their April 14 launch in San Francisco.


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