Who will rule the burgeoning e-publishing roost? A handful of digital-publishing upstarts are betting they can unseat the New York book establishment.
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It's writers vs. publishers, even in the brave new electronic book world. It's also publishers vs. publishers when it comes to which new business model will best serve.
While Microsoft is attempting to distance itself from other software-as-a-service (SaaS) players, the Redmond software company is trying to help other software makers move to the SaaS distribution model.
Microsoft is expecting Web 2.0 and software-as-a-service (SaaS) to "have as profound an impact on the business market as on the consumer market," said Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, in an address to a group of 80 or so Microsoft-identified "IT Pro community leaders" on the Redmond campus on April 18.
The Santa Cruz Operation said Thursday it plans to slash 19 percent of its work force -- 190 jobs -- prior to turning over a pair of divisions to Caldera Systems.
Their job is to watch the Linux, Unix and NetWare competition. But some rivals claim that spreading FUD is part of Doug Miller & Co.'s job, too
Microsoft posts IE update and Windows beta
Microsoft delivering a beta early?
The chiefs of Oracle and Microsoft discussed interoperability when the two met face to face earlier this month. Was anything else on the agenda?
While America Online and Novell are portraying as a win-win situation their deal to integrate AOL Instant Messenger with Novell Directory Services (NDS), Novell seems to be the one walking away with the most loot.