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DEKSI Network Inventory

DEKSI Network Inventory provides a complete software and hardware inventory of all your network p.c.s. DEKSI Network Inventory is an...

November 11, 2014 by DEK Software

Consumerization in 2012: Cloud and mobile blurs into other people's IT

We are not far from a tipping point in IT where the majority of business solutions come from workers and the lines of business via the cloud and newer mobile platforms. While this is a sea change in the way we look at software and data ownership and management, it's clearly under way. What will happen to the traditional IT department as consumerization takes place and what should organizations do to get ready?

January 24, 2012 by

Cloud cuts everyone's cost of ownership

Conventional software perpetuates a scandalous waste and duplication of resources. SaaS and cloud platforms drastically compress the aggregate cost of ownership and operation, delivering better value for less cost.

October 29, 2009 by

Network Management Suite

Complete network management solution containing two must applications for the network administrators. The first component, Alchemy...

October 31, 2011 by M.I.S.

Can ERP vendors save the world?

Enterprise resource planning software vendors have the tools---if used correctly---to make a huge impact on sustainability efforts and possibly even save us from global warming. Talk about total cost of ownership.

June 2, 2009 by

Forrester: SaaS adoption up, but hurdles remain

Twenty one percent of companies are piloting software as service applications, up from 18 percent a year ago, according to a recent Forrester research report. However, even as SaaS adoption increases during the current recession worries about total cost of ownership remains among software buyers.

February 23, 2009 by

SAP's Apotheker: Business ByDesign costs led to delay

SAP co-CEO Leo Apotheker says that Business ByDesign, the application giant's high-profile software as a service product, was delayed because of its total cost of ownership for the company.That's a fancy way of saying SAP hasn't figured out how to make money at its $149 per user per month price point.

May 5, 2008 by

Open source is the software you own

I often see proprietary advocates re-frame open source as communist or socialist, in their comments here and elsewhere. But Tomlinson's view of the matter seems profoundly conservative, something right out of the Bush Administration playbook. Open source is the ownership society applied to software.

February 27, 2007 by

SUSE Linux 10

SUSE Linux 10 is a full Windows/Microsoft Office replacement on one DVD at a bargain price. Home users could do a lot worse, and even IT managers may learn to love it.

November 14, 2005 by

IBM calls for patent reform

IBM has called for tighter regulation of patents and a review of intellectual property ownership issues in collaborative software development. Big Blue -- one of the largest patent-holders in the United States -- detailed its position at a media event in New York last week.

April 10, 2005 by

Products may keep Veritas name after buyout

A senior Veritas Software executive has given strong indication that its products and accompanying brands should remain intact despite an impending change in ownership."Branding for the company is one thing; branding for products is another," said Robert Maness, vice president for product marketing and management at Veritas.

January 17, 2005 by

Microsoft takes on spyware

I recently wrote about CounterSpy, a fairly new antispyware utility from Sunbelt Software. I wasn't aware Sunbelt licensed the code base and definition file from Giant Company Software under a co-ownership deal.

January 4, 2005 by

Linux advocate takes another swipe at Windows TCO

Linux provider Cybersource has updated its two year old study comparing the total cost of ownership (TCO) when using Microsoft's products against open source solutions -- only to find that Linux is still cheaper.The study comes after a wave of similar "independent" studies that have been commissioned by Microsoft or its partners and indicate that proprietary software is cheaper than open source solutions.

December 12, 2004 by

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