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SAP CEO named new HP boss
Following the departure of Mark Hurd, Léo Apotheker has been named the new CEO and President of HP.
Revealed: Tech's top earners
Facebook's Zuckerberg worth more than Steve Jobs, but Bill Gates is still king of the Forbes 400 rich list.
HP and Oracle settle Hurd lawsuit
Both firms commit to a long-term, strategic partnership (as long as Hurd doesn't talk about HP secrets).
HP slaps Oracle in the face with Hurd lawsuit
Oracle says the HP board is acting with utter disregard for customers, shareholders and employees.
Confirmed: HP's Hurd moves to Oracle
Former Hewlett-Packard Chief Executive Mark Hurd walks into Oracle as Co-President.
Oracle offers HP’s Hurd a job - Updated
Former Chief Executive of Hewlett-Packard, Mark Hurd, is rumoured to be making his way to Oracle.
Extreme Networks lures Owens from Oracle
James Owens, formerly Sales Director Asia-Pacific for Oracle Corporation, has been appointed Regional Director ANZ for Extreme Networks.
What’s in your ERP toolbox?
An ERP system should not only meet current requirements, but also be fl exible and scalable enough to meet future business needs.
SAP adds Auckland client partner
Ex-Oracle staffer, Adrian Griffin, to manage key SAP New Zealand accounts from now on.
MS: We lead customer relationship management
Forrester Wave report places Microsoft Dynamics CRM solution above Salesforce, Oracle and SAP offerings.
Oracle looks to secure new customer base
The Wellington office is looking to sell its open storage portfolio directly and through authorised channels.
M86 makes another appointment
Former WatchGuard executive Thom Linden named Senior Vice President of Global Research and Development.
NetSuite strikes IBM partnership
The growth of software as a service means companies have an increasing need to integrate data and business processes, says IBM.
Melbourne IT signs three year HCL deal
Melbourne IT has signed a three year deal with HCL Technologies to implement its global Integrated Web Services IT integration project.
Does ERP provide good BI?
A business intelligence tool is only as good as the data you use and the analysts you employ.
New greenhouse gas solution
Ndevr has created new greenhouse gas management and reporting capabilities for use with Oracle Applications.
Symantec responds to latest MS update
The security firm has warned that April will be an important month for IT administrators.
Java founder quits Oracle
James Gosling (pictured) has resigned from enterprise software company, choosing to not publically explain his reasons why.
Study: Enterprises drowning in own apps
Inadequately managed data growth a problem of epic proportions, says Informatica survey.
Virtualisation – history & predictions
Wind back the clock just five or 10 years and many businesses were running their IT departments at around 10% capacity, which by today’s standards of
Intergen scoops Simpl’s sales and marketing manager
Nigel Blair has been appointed General Manager, Managed Services for Intergen.
A perfect storm: forces propelling the cloud
Cloud, cloud, cloud – it seems to be all we heard about in 2009.
Oracle's Sun takeover could result in redundancies
European officials have approved Oracle’s $7.
HP to acquire 3Com
In a move that will disrupt the networking industry, Hewlett-Packard has entered into an agreement to buy network, switching, routing and security