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Microsoft targets SAP, Oracle apps business
"If we don't dramatically outgrow Oracle and SAP I'd be disappointed," says Microsoft's Steve Ballmer.
Authorised Steve Jobs biography due 2012
US publisher Simon & Schuster has announced 'iSteve: The Book of Jobs' will launch in 2012.
Oracle details 'Disaster Recovery' roadshow
Two free breakfast seminars aimed at IT managers will take place in Auckland and Wellington later this month.
Steve Jobs biography presses on
The Walter Isaacson-penned official biography of Steve Jobs is making steady progress, say Silicon Valley sources.
Steve Jobs attends Obama's tech dinner - Updated
Despite reports of ill health, the Apple CEO made it to a very special dinner hosted by US President, Barack Obama.
Welcome to the “Beyond ERP” era
The ERP era as a primary use of IT funds has come to an end. Investments are shifting to differentiation and user productivity says Scott Dawes, Vice
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.
Aarque Group switches to Oracle CRM
New Zealand digital print company chooses Oracle in the face of rapid business change.
HP drops Oracle for Salesforce?
Huge customer relationship management deal heads to Salesforce.com in the wake of HP and Oracle's recent disagreements.
Apple partners with Oracle
Oracle and Apple have joined forces for the OpenJDK project for Mac OS X.
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
Asparona appoints Ex-Oracle sales director
Callum Ross aims to make Oracle more affordable and flexible for New Zealand companies.
Get down to brass tacks
Operating in a dynamic market, telcos are facing exponentially increasing requirements for network bandwidth, growing competition from non-traditional
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.