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By Anshu Sharma on November 1, 2009
Finally, Windows 7 is out and reviews are mixed but better than Vista – generally seen as vast improvement over Vista (which was accepted by Steve Ballmer as work in progress or worse). But this is not what this post is about. Even if Microsoft built p…
By Michael Krigsman on November 1, 2009
Every executive knows that gaining detailed and accurate information about his or her organization’s activities is a challenging and ongoing struggle. New techniques that reveal hidden vulnerabilities are now available.
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By Michael Coté on November 1, 2009
There was no giant news at SAP TehcEd Phoenix a few weeks ago, but in the nooks and crannies there were some previews of things to come and the drawn-out proving of SAP’s notion of “timeless software,” or “pace layering,” as James likes to call it. But, a technology company can’t be judged entirely by […]
By Vinnie Mirchandani on November 1, 2009
I have written positively about my experience with FreeConference.com for almost a decade now. You and others pay your own long-distance charges to a common conference number, usually in a rural state like Iowa. The service provider then charges termination…
By Sig Rinde on November 1, 2009
On Friday I was asked to give a presentation of Thingamy to an audience of non-techies. My preparation and energy was a tad hampered by a bad cold and three days of non-stop meetings at SAP TechEd. The presentation format…