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August 23, 2013 by

Financial accounting software: Cloud and other winners

A summer full of interviews with CFOs and controllers reveals that cloud financial accounting software has 'crossed the chasm'. But, this may just be part of a larger adoption story as many financial executives reported using five or more cloud solutions in their firm.

July 18, 2010 by

Microsoft Windows Phone 7 technical preview: A definitive guide

I have been very curious to check out Windows Phone 7 development and 5 days ago Microsoft passed along a functioning developer phone for me to try out. In these 8 pages of information you will find my detailed thoughts and experiences, screenshots, and videos of the Windows Phone 7 Technical Preview in action.

March 14, 2008

The industry reflects, looks ahead

Industry players look back at 2007, discuss recession fears and name some hot technologies they'll be looking out for in 2008.

August 29, 2005 by

Comcast's Magnificent Seven: A deal too good to pass up?

As the summer winds down and I'm trying to beat the Fall rush of, well everything that goes with Fall, I've been trying to get my digital house in order and one of the items of my ToDo list has been to sort through all the services that my ISP (Comcast) has brought on-line over the past couple of years.  Everything from separate e-mail accounts for everybody in the house to photo sharing to video mail.

May 29, 2005 by

The future of managed e-mail

Andrew Johnson, marketing director at MailGuard and Nick Hawkins, MessageLabs Asia-Pacific managing director -- the leaders of two popular managed e-mail services specialists -- go head to head. Nick Hawkins, Managing Director, MessageLabs Asia-PacificAbout MessageLabsMessageLabs is a leading provider of managed e-mail security services for businesses, protecting them against threats such as spam, viruses and other unwanted content.

April 11, 2005 by

Australia: CRM leaders go head to head

Helen Robinson, President and Australasian managing director at Pivotal and Doug Farber, a vice president at Asia-Pacific, compare notes on where the local customer relationship management (CRM) business is headed.

November 3, 2004 by

Disruptions in the software fabric

Dan Farber: According to a recent Gartner report, companies such as Oracle, SAP and Microsoft need to carve up their big packages into bite-sized chunks of functionality -- not exactly a new revelation. In the long run, software is evolving toward the on-demand, "client services" model and away from the client/server architecture.


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