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Oracle revenue up despite cloud challengers
7% increase in new software license revenue suggests the tech giant is keeping up in the SaaS space.
Cloud business app store launches
Exeed is offering resellers the chance to cash in on the cloud market, with the launch of a business app store.
Context is king in the Web 2.0 world
Context is everything when it comes to deciding what information needs to be blocked or controlled – and when.
Microsoft targets SAP, Oracle apps business
"If we don't dramatically outgrow Oracle and SAP I'd be disappointed," says Microsoft's Steve Ballmer.
HP makes major play for the cloud
HP has unveiled a new strategy that will see it develop its own internet services and app store for consumers and businesses.
Salesforce invests in Seesmic
Seamless integration promised between Seesmic Desktop and the recently launched Salesforce Chatter.
Remote users in WAN jam
Optimising relieves congestion, discovers Keith Newman, as he investigates how WAN optimisation devices have made doing business over the WAN not only tolerable, but in many cases preferable
Top 10: CRM Innovation
2011 is going to be year of productivity, with the core focus of CRM on improving customer retention through smarter interaction and consistent brand communication
Microsoft launches Dynamics CRM Online
On-premise version (Dynamics CRM 2011) to follow at the end of February.
Microsoft pitches for Salesforce, Oracle customers
Open letter and special offer made to lure Salesforce.com and Oracle customers into trying Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.
Salesforce unveils Chatter Free
Free version of Salesforce Chatter lets users invite colleagues to collaborate with Salesforce Chatter.
HP drops Oracle for Salesforce?
Huge customer relationship management deal heads to Salesforce.com in the wake of HP and Oracle's recent disagreements.
BMC Software wins NZ Transport Agency deal
Cloud-based service desk solution to be implemented right across the company.
Challenging channel competence
The emergence of Cloud Service Aggregators in the delivery value chain is rocking the foundations of the current channel structure. Channel compentici
Cloudy with a chance of thunder
Entrusting a third party with precious, mission-critical data and network operation gives many a CIO the shivers. Trust in security is the number one stumbling block to the adoption of cloud-based infrastructure
Maclean rejects RFPs and tenders
We uncover how a custom technology roadmap drives customer engagement not RFPs and tenders at Maclean.
MindManager 9 demonstrates business productivity benefits of Mindjet's next generation software
Mindjet announces the general availability of version 9 of its visual information mapping software, MindManager.
Vodafone wins REANNZ deal
iPhones for everyone at the Research and Education Advanced Network New Zealand.
How to master communication for global projects
Cloud-based applications provider Mindjet is sponsoring a free Webinar on ‘Mastering Communication for Global Projects’.
DON'T MISS: Driving success through the channel webcast
Bluewolf is hosting a live webcast with presentations from the company as well as speakers from QlikView and salesforce.
The right technology can improve your productivity.
The going out of business business model
Transitioning from a break-and-fix model to providing managed services can be a daunting task and one that requires a change in mindset.
a passionate man
It was the lure of getting involved in a start up again that attracted Aden Forrest to take up the position as Salesforce.
Welcome to Fabulous LAS VEGAS NEVADA
My recent participation in the Hosting Con exhibition in Las Vegas proved there are two things that are really topical in US right now: Software as a Service (SaaS) and the rise of New Zealand IT companies in the global arena.