As we evaluate BlackBerry as a enterprise software vendor it's worth noting the company's sales history, how it got here, and what businesses carry the company forward.
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BlackBerry has big plans for its QNX unit, which plays in the automotive middleware market. Here's a look at what QNX would do with a Maserati concept vehicle.
Visual Sciences, formerly known as WebSideStory, is bolstering its reach into the enterprise with a series of 3D applications.
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Intuit delivers solid Q4, cuts Q1 earnings outlook, finishes with 4.5 million QuickBooks Online subscribers
Sasan Goodarzi, CEO of Intuit, said sales growth was driven by its small business and self-employed group.
Google execs say the lifetime value of a Chrome user is extremely valuable to the company. "Chrome is a guaranteed locked-in user for us in terms of having access to Google," says CFO Patrick Pichette.
The good news: BlackBerry's beefed up software and services business is faring well. The bad news: Software nearly equals the cratering device business in terms of revenue.
Microsoft will soon be talking Windows 9--partially to put Windows 8 in the rear view mirror--but the real action may be revolve around pricing. Should Windows be free?
McAfee was spun out from Intel in a deal with TPG. TPG owns 51 percent of McAfee and Intel retains 49 percent. McAfee CTO Steve Grobman said the company will be more agile going forward.
IBM CEO Sam Palmisano doesn't talk publicly all that often, but when he brings a little heat. He said IBM's earnings will double in 2015; mocked Oracle and IT consumerization and said the company will continue spend $20 billion on acquisitions over the next 5 years.