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By Zoli Erdos on July 9, 2010
At one point in the iPhone antenna blunder Apple tried to hide behind smoke-screen, claiming they discovered an error in how they calculated signal strength to be translated to those ever-important bars the iPhone (and all phones) uses. They wou…
By Vinnie Mirchandani on July 9, 2010
I was reading Fortune’s 50 smartest people in tech and had to stop and check the cover a couple of times to make sure I had not picked up another of Time’s consumery publications Fortune has for decades faithfully cataloged for us corporate business and its ups and downs through its various 500 listings. But […]
By Brian Sommer on July 9, 2010
Service organizations can have toxic qualities and some of these are indeed changeable. Positive attitudes can be transformative. If your service organization isn’t all it should be, here is a very personal story and a review of a book that can change the business results your firm experiences.
By Michael Coté on July 9, 2010
Syncing media and DRM.
By Zoli Erdos on July 9, 2010
NTP, the shell company whose only business is to extract ransom from real businesses does not sit on the $600 they extorted from RIM. They are now suing just about all the smartphone industry: Apple, Google, HTC, Microsoft, LG and Motorola. Is NTP the new SCO? Related posts: NTP Sues Apple, Google, Microsoft And Others […]
By Phil Wainewright on July 9, 2010
Every time I go to a NetSuite event, I wonder to myself why other vendors don’t make more of a song-and-dance about the potential for highly impactful business transformation that SaaS enables. Maybe it’s the particular sector of the market that NetSuite targets, where the early adopters are companies that want to find some way […]
Posted in Business, Featured Posts | Tagged Cloud Computing, Consulting, m26, netsuite, OpenAir, presentations, professional services automation, PSA, resource management, software as a service, utilization
By Jason Busch on July 9, 2010
Last Friday, we introduced economic data that suggests the US could be headed for a double-dip recession sooner than many might realize (as early as Q2, when revised numbers come out). In this Friday’s post, we’ll continue providing what we believe are the most critical checklist supplier recommendations to consider based on the highly probable […]
By Tom Raftery on July 9, 2010
And here is this week’s Green numbers: Obama commits nearly $2 billion to solar companies President Barack Obama, under pressure to spur job growth, said on Saturday two solar energy companies will get nearly $2 billion in U.S. loan guarantees to create as many as 5,000 green jobs tags: obama solar power [...]
Posted in Trends & Concepts | Tagged coal fired power plants, emeter, green jobs, GreenNumbers, hosepipe ban, lithium batteries, minerals, photovoltaic, sequoia, Solar power, Spain, subsidies, tariffs