The latest version of Microsoft's ERP (enterprise resource planning) software for upper-midmarket customers is now generally available, Microsoft announced Monday.
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VMware has reached a deal to buy B-hive Networks, an application performance management vendor in San Mateo, California, and Herzliya, Israel, for an undisclosed sum, the company said Wednesday. The deal is set to close in the third quarter.
Google's Mini search appliance for small and midsize businesses has grown a new set of capabilities for crawling and categorizing documents, the company announced in a blog post Tuesday.
Google's Mini search appliance for small and midsize businesses has grown a new set of capabilities for crawling and categorising documents, the company announced in a blog post yesterday.
Customers of Hewlett-Packard and Electronic Data Systems offered a range of reactions Tuesday to HP's US$13.9 billion bid for the massive outsourcing company.
If implementing business intelligence is more of an art than a science, IBM's Cognos division has a vivid palette at its disposal given IBM's stature as a services provider, Forrester Research analyst Boris Evelson suggested in a recent <a href="http://blogs.forrester.com/information_management/2008/04/bi-products-and.html">blog post.</a>
IBM has scooped up Infodyne, a privately held maker of software that quickly crunches hundreds of market data sources together into a standardized form for the trading industry, it said Tuesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The worldwide market for CRM (customer relationship management) software will grow 14.2 percent to US$8.9 billion in 2008, according to a Gartner estimate.
In the latest of a long line of data and storage-related buys, IBM said Friday it has acquired Diligent Technologies for an undisclosed sum.
A Gartner study finds that IT spending has so far been largely unaffected, despite the ongoing signs of weakness in the US and global economies.
Microsoft is changing the name of its on-demand CRM (customer relationship management) offering to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, according to a company official.
BMC Software said it intends to purchase BladeLogic, a maker of data centre automation software, for US$28 per share in cash, or about $800 million.
SAS has purchased Teragram, a natural language processing (NLP) software vendor, in a bid to boost its existing technologies for text mining and business intelligence, the company announced on Monday.
As the volume of internet traffic grows explosively, driven by factors like rampant demand for online video, a new question is arising: Who will get the bill for the mega-sized data-pipes of the future?
A future where "technology and human become one" is fast arriving, according to Nils Müller, CEO of TrendOne, a German microtrend analysis firm.
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