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Industry analysts sounded off when PeopleSoft was dealt a major blow in its battle against Oracle's takeover quest a few weeks ago.
Don't cross Nortel Networks off of your network infrastructure short list just yet says Yankee Group analyst Jim Slaby.
With the acquisition of the Netscape server software products from AOL Time Warner for $20.5 million, Red Hat gains directory and certificate servers, which the company said it will bring to the open-source community, most likely under the General Public License (GPL).
"It turns out that every year, Nepal takes over a little bit of China.
News.com's John Borland lays out the issues with shelving Microsoft's insecure Internet Explorer with a non-MS brower, such as Firefox...
During today's presentation regarding the National Innovation Initiative, IBM senior vice president of research and manufacturing Nicholas Donofrio identified one of the long term global competitive challenges for the United States: how to make the US the most attractive place for investment.
Heard during a presentation on the long term technological leadership and competitive challenges that the United States faces on a global level...
In characterizing the challenges of running an R&D group, which sometimes takes 5-10 years to gel, YankeeTek Venture's senior managing director Howard Anderson said "There is one rule in corporate America if you are running a company: Make your numbers.
One of the tougher "calls" to make while here at MIT's Emerging Technology Conference was which of two conflicting (from a scheduling point of view) sessions to attend: Next Generation Search or Technology Jobs Drain?
Salesforce.com is extending its software-as-a-service model from sales force automation to contact centers...
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If you peer into Intel CEO Craig Barrett's crystal ball, you'll...
According to Bob Tepper, President of R&D at Millennium Pharmaceuticals, based on what researchers have gathered from sequencing the human genome, all humans are 99.9 percent identical to each other, but we're 50 percent identical to a banana.
Kicking off the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Emerging Technologies Conference this...