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Companies from SAP to Cisco will be launching applications on the BlackBerry 10 platform when it is unveiled.
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Summer is not when CIOs usually start or ramp up major projects. Not so for SAP CIO Oliver Bussmann.
An executive at SAP has predicted that enterprises will be 'mostly using' HTML 5 within two years, as the company looks at ways of delivering its apps to multiple mobile platforms
Terry Stepien, president of SAP Sybase's iAnywhere unit, said enterprises will "mostly using HTML 5" in two years to deliver business software to various devices.
The continuing convergence of technologies, resources and companies - including mergers and acquisitions - will be the IT theme of the year, predicts Mr Veitch
Unvired Sales for SAP is based on SAP Sales & Distribution in SAP ERP / ECC. Unvired Sales for SAP allows your sales force to work...
If Microsoft has its way in the future your PC will talk to your TV which in turn, could talk to things as lowly as a lamp.
Bolstered by wins against Microsoft Corp. in U.S. District Court and renewed support from its Java licensees, Sun Microsystems Inc.
The Tweeter Text Analysis app acts as the charting package for the Experience SAP HTML 5 application which retrieves and presents a...
Oracle Corp.'s grand plan for developing database appliances that do not require a full-blown operating system is being met with widespread scepticism.
Officials with Dell confirmed Tuesday that they have been approached by Oracle Corp. and Sun Microsystems Inc.
When and Oracle and Sun add some flesh to their Raw Iron initiative today, they will re-open that oldest of chestnuts: do we really need the stuff Microsoft is throwing at us? More importantly, while much of that debate has in the past been resolutely at the mud-slinging level, Oracle and Sun will get the chance to prove whether there is a market opportunity for an appliance server alternative to Wintel that runs only Java.
Sun Microsystems promises to break the $500 (£300) price barrier with its new Java-Stations due in the first quarter of next year. Sun hopes the new pricing could deflect criticism that network computers do less than PCs and cost more.