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Samsung does not believe a Dutch court's decision to ban sales of its Galaxy Android smartphones will affect sales of the devices to the rest of Europe, the company said on Wednesday.The court in The Hague said that Samsung's Galaxy S, Galaxy S II and Galaxy Ace handsets infringed on an Apple patent relating to photo management.
I recently received a note from Microsoft's PR agency that offered a short teaser concerning Microsoft's new private cloud offerings.Here's what Microsoft had to say about the new private cloud offeringsKeeping you in the loop on the latest virtualization/cloud news from Microsoft, TechEd Europe 2010 kicks off today in Berlin, Germany with a keynote by Microsoft’s Brad Anderson, CVP, Management & Security Division.
The guesses (by me and others) look like they were on target. The "Orchard Project," which is getting its debut on November 11 at Tech Ed Europe is, indeed, the successor to the Microsoft Oxite content-management system (CMS).
Microsoft is working on a set of free open-source content-management application and set of reusable components for it that is codenamed "Orchard." The company is slated to share details about its plans for Orchard at TechEd Europe next week.
According to Berg Insight, the number of fleet management systems deployed in commercial fleets in Europe was 1.3 mln in Q4 2008, an increase of 23.8% YTY. Growth is expected to continue in 2009 but the annual growth rate is projected to decrease to 15.4%.
More operators in Asia and Europe are outsourcing network management as they focus on providing services to customers, says Nokia Siemens Networks.
The enterprise content management software market in Europe, the Middle East and Africa is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 12.6% between 2007 and 2012, reaching in 2012 a 55% increase over 2008. The highest growth is expected from the second half of 2008 through 2010, Gartner says.
VMware is demonstrating four virtual machine management offerings designed to automate the data center.On Monday, VMware announced four products to better manage and automate the IT department to coincide with its VMworld Europe conference.
Just a quick note to let members know that we've extended the deadline on our competition to win a trip to San Francisco for the RSA Conference 2008 in April or a full pass to RSA Europe 2007 in London next month.To recap, all you have to do is post entries in our Sentry Posts group blog on security management.
Cisco Australia vice president Ross Fowler will move to the company's European operations as part of local management changes at the networking giant.Cisco has promoted Fowler (pic) to oversee the vendor's telecommunications business in Europe.
A day late and a dollar short, I know. But since I was the one out on a limb for a while writing and making videos about digital rights management technologies and how Apple's in particular (officially called FairPlay but I called it UnFairPlay) was harmful to consumers, not to mention how I've said and still believe that the US trustbusters should be after Apple (and not politicking on its behalf in Europe), I can't not weigh in on Steve Jobs' request to the world to not shoot the messenger.
As it launches XPress 7 in Europe, Quark's management is facing up to customers' criticisms and admitting they have been in their 'own little world' for too long
A RealNetworks executive has claimed that Linux risks being excluded from the consumer market if it does not add support for copyright protection technologies. But the Free Software Foundation Europe countered this claim on Thursday, saying consumers have made it clear that they do not want digital rights management, or DRM, restricting their use of digital media.
Lotusphere 2006 attendance is shaping up....I can't disclose registration numbers, but there has been a 50% uptickin the last few weeks and more coming in by the day. A whole lotof you have not yet joined the Lotusphere2006 frappr -- please be sureto add yourself to the map.My rant today, though, is about peoplewho are not yet registered to attend Lotusphere. Specifically, Imean partners who make part or all of their living building/deploying Lotussoftware-related solutions. A few days ago, I had an e-mail discussionwith a consultant who is not registered for Lotusphere. They saidthat they might yet do so, they are waiting to see how some of their projectcommitments for 2006 shape up. I expressed disappointment, becauseI believe that partners who make a living with Lotus software shouldbe at Lotusphere, period. Now, I understand for those of youin Europe/Asia/Africa/Australia, the travel costs to Orlando might be prohibitive. But for US/Canada and environs, the travel costs this year are solow, they can't really be your barrier. So what is?Why do I think partners who work withLotus software should be at Lotusphere2006? Because there is nobetter place to find out how to grow and enhance your business for 2006and beyond. There's no better place to meet prospective customers,and keep up relations with existing customers. There's no betterplace to talk with IBM executives, management, and product development,to get your voice heard about current and future products. There'sno better place to network with other partners who you can work with onjoint projects and proposals. There's no better place to learn aboutnew products and solutions that can help with your projects.From my perspective, after 11+ yearsin the Lotus marketplace, the partners I meet at Lotusphere and other similarevents are the ones I turn to for a sense of what's going on in the market,bounce ideas off of for what IBM could be doing differently or better,and consider when asked for referrals or contacts. If you're notat Lotusphere (or a similar event such as DNUG), you're not on my (or otherLoti) radar. Sure, I get that face-to-face is hardly the only wayto build business relationships in 2006. But the investment of timeand money to be at Lotusphere speaks of commitment in a fairly uniqueand (to me) important way.It's 40 days away. Be there orbe square.
The newly renamed asset management company is aiming to make a splash in Europe and beyond by minding those software expenses
A new study indicates that more business leaders in Asia have turned to outsourcing their supply chain management, compared to those in the United States and Europe.
Enterprise management software license revenue in Europe, the Middle East and Africa will grow from $2.3 bln in 2004 to $3.
Enterprise management software license revenue in Europe, the Middle East and Africa grew 19.7% to $2.
The market for supply chain management software licenses in Europe, the Middle East and Africa grew 4.6% in 2004 to $751 mln.
In 2004, the supply chain management (SCM) applications market in Western Europe increased by 6.5%, according to IDC.
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