NASDAQ CEO, Robert Greifeld, blames staffers and IT for the Facebook IPO debacle. Where was his own accountability?
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At what point does pleasing product presentation become genuine deception?
Industry analyst firm, Gartner, is the target of a lawsuit from a software vendor challenging the "legitimacy" of Gartner’s Magic Quadrant rating system. The suit has brought forth an array of divergent opinions.
A Chinese manufacturer of apparent knockoffs sues to protect its own intellectual property.
In a important case, Marin County, California filed a complaint against Deloitte Consulting for its role in an over-budget SAP implementation.
The UK Department of Health (NHS) announced plans to scrap a single, nationwide health IT system, signaling an end to the "greatest IT disaster in history."
Bloggers and Twitters alike are buzzing today with news that enterprise giant, SAP, announced a leadership change. It's now time for customer-friendly SAP actions and product innovation.
Are you too pussy-footed to pull the plug on projects that will inevitably fail? If so, you're not alone. Whether through fear, denial, or ignorance, many organizations don't kill their doomed projects fast enough. It's a darn shame because these lousy things can drive everyone crazy while burning scarce resources.
Philadelphia has finally finished it's ill-fated water utility billing system, called Project Ocean. Following a series of high-profile failures, with costs that approaching $47 million, the final phase was complete on-time and under-budget.