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August 31, 2011 by

Competition heating up in virtualization market

After years of trying, Microsoft still poses no serious threat to VMware, notes CEO Paul Maritz, as virtualization vendor expands product portfolio outside of server space for post-PC era. But analyst says Microsoft shouldn't be dismissed.

December 8, 2010 by

Social, mobile pave way for

On-demand software vendor extends free access to enterprise social platform Chatter, and points to mobile and social collaboration as drivers of change in cloud. But it will need to expand its "enterprise touch" and partner ecosystem to stay competitive, analyst notes.

May 31, 2009 by

What to expect from Sun's JavaOne 2009

Sun Microsystems didn't let a little thing like being acquired by Oracle get in the way of hosting its annual JavaOne developer conference in San Francisco from June 2 to 5 this year. Thankfully, it is pretty much business as usual, so I jumped at the chance to attend for a second time after my first visit last year.

February 17, 2009 by

Facebook slammed, Google and Apple continue to get free pass?

Far be it of me to downplay the impact of activists on the Facebook ToS issue but it raises interesting questions about why some companies get pilloried while others seemingly get a free pass.There is no need for me to rehash the story as Techmeme is all over it, along with others in the echo chamber.

October 19, 2008 by

Might the SAP Mentors inherit the earth?

Rather than attending last week's SAP TechEd in Berlin as a 'pure' blogger, I was also wearing my SAP Mentor hat. Unlike SAPPHIRE, where the exec team gets down and dirty with the press, analyst and blogger contingent from the business perspective, TechEd is all about the 'make guys.

April 24, 2008 by

Facebook: The Google of social networks?

Since lifting its university-only restrictions in September 2006, Facebook has become the poster child for social networks and attracted more than 65 million users. But will it survive 'the next big thing'?


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