Zach Nelson, chief executive at Netsuite, has publicly thanked rival SAP for renewing a cloud computing licence with his company, instead of using its own software.
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Businesses are struggling to ensure their data centres cope with demand, according to analyst house IDC.
Accenture's chief executive of technology, Kevin Campbell, has abruptly left the company.
Businesses will finally grasp, this year, how to use social media to their best advantage, for internal and external communications, according to the predictions of consultancy Accenture in its Technology Vision 2012 report.
Atos has acquired a 50 percent stake in MSL Group, in order to bolster its specialist IT capabilities for large events.
John Chambers, chief executive at Cisco, has sent an email to employees admitting management failures and indicating the company needs to refocus its efforts.
Almost half of SAP customers (43 percent) are dissatisfied with the system's response times across all components, according to a global survey.
Nokia is facing a potential crisis, according to warnings reportedly issued to staff by its chief executive.
SAP's £820 million fine over Oracle software and data theft is likely to be a blow to all enterprise software users because it will undermine the growing market for third-party support, according to IDC.
SAP is driving its applications towards in-memory computing, and yesterday revealed more detail on a strategy that has become increasingly apparent in recent months.
SAP users have criticised the <a href="http://www.computerworlduk.com/technology/applications/software-service/news/index.cfm?newsid=20314">"slow"</a> introduction of software as a service offerings by the vendor.
Businesses should test Microsoft Windows 7 this year, in order to orchestrate a move away from Windows XP by 2012.
Businesses claim to have improved their management processes and the way in which IT supports them, more than a year after the recession began to bite hard.
Fujitsu has provided new information on staff targeted for redundancy, following claims by the Unite union of <a href="http://www.computerworlduk.com/management/careers-hr/people-management/news/index.cfm?newsid=18241">possible racial or sexual discrimination</a>.
Staff at Fujitsu have <a href="http://www.computerworlduk.com/management/careers-hr/people-management/news/index.cfm?newsid=16966">overwhelmingly voted</a> to take industrial action over jobs, pay and pensions.