The enterprise software market features massive players like SAP and Oracle and customers that are beginning to question their license fees. Can enterprise software companies count on ever-increasing maintenance revenue streams. The enterprise software field is massive and includes Microsoft, IBM, BMC Software, CA and dozens of other players both large and small.
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Google just announced the next version of the Android operating system, version 2.2 (aka Froyo), and the update started rolling out for Nexus One owners this weekend. In this video you can see some of the improvements in Froyo and Flash-based websites. Gaming sites worked surprisingly well and even though the Flash Player is in beta it is still a decent performer.
A look at the live production environment of Outlook Web App as a Live@edu user.
The HTC DROID Incredible is getting quite a few people excited about the next Google Android device on Verizon Wireless and in this image gallery we present a much closer look at functions and applications. Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync is supported quite well and we present screenshots of this, along with the text input options, document viewer, Skype Mobile, and NFL Mobile.
There are large conferences, and then there is Oracle OpenWorld. A mega-conference that sees over 40,000 attendees descend on San Francisco.
Two weeks after the release and one update to 10.6.1 later, it was time to upgrade from OS X 10.5 Leopard to OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. Just how hands-free and painless was this upgrade going to be?
WordPress is the content management system behind some of the most popular sites on the web. The open-source web publishing platform is beloved for its elegance and extensibility. Check out our comprehensive screenshot gallery to see what you'd be in for if you used it.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer poses with Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz as they sign a 10-year pact where Microsoft will power Yahoo search and Yahoo becomes the sales force for Microsoft’s premium properties.
From a hands on experience, what students are using with Microsoft's online email client.
In early May SAP made version 7 of its Business Suite package available to customers worldwide. The German business giant has been nice enough to share some screenshots of the new software with us.
Motorola's new Rival messaging phone bridges the gap between smartphone and dumb phone and offers QWERTY, touch "keys" and visual voicemail.
DataViz has developed their Documents To Go products for the BlackBerry, Symbian, Windows Mobile, Palm, and Google Android products and just took the lead in Office document support for the iPhone. Documents To Go with Exchange Attachments not only gives you support for Word documents, but lets you receive and send attachments through your Exchange server. A free update with Excel support is also coming soon. DataViz has optimized the controls and functions for the iPhone and delivers a fantastic product that is well worth the small price.
Microsoft Research recently opened the doors to its research and development facility in Cambridge and silicon.com went along to take a look at the technology being worked on - from augmented reality and Microsoft's Surface technology, to making disk drives more efficient.
The Nokia Eseries devices have a reputation for rock solid construction available for a reasonable price. Messaging is the main focus of the Eseries as they are targeted to enterprise customers who need business application support. The E75 brings the latest Nokia Messaging software to the S60 platform in a new dual design form factor that provides you with both excellent phone and messaging experiences.
Taking a quick screenshot tour of what Outlook Live provides students.
The other day I got access to the Home Premium edition of Windows 7. After a tortuously long download process I got my hands on the ISO and installed it on a few machines to check it out.