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By Jeff Nolan on July 27, 2010
I recently had the opportunity to chat with Vincent Carbone, the COO and co-Founder of Brightidea. The company is one of a small group of vendors pitching solutions that help companies link ideation with managed innovation. I was looking forward to this conversation for two reasons, the first being that Brightidea is a successful 11 [...]
By Maggie Fox on July 27, 2010
I’ve attended the Enterprise 2.0 conference every year for the last three years. I’ve met good friends there for the first time, put faces to old friends I hadn’t yet had the pleasure of meeting IRL and I always look forward to catching up with many of the brilliant people I am lucky enough to [...]
By Brian Sommer on July 27, 2010
Finally, some news around the ERP space. Oracle and SAP dominate this morning’s stories.
By Vinnie Mirchandani on July 27, 2010
GE Aviation announced it is working on “AIRE, the Atlantic-Interoperability Initiative to Reduce Emissions, a European initiative. A trial kicks off in Stockholm later this year and will run for 10 months. The company estimates that it could save 100 kilograms of fuel a flight.” It uses technology from Naverus which it acquired last year. [...]
By Charlie Wood on July 27, 2010
After months of beta testing, Spanning Backup for Google Apps has launched. Since the beta began, we’ve backed up over 100 million calendar events, contacts, and docs for our users. That’s 100 million fewer things they have to worry about. Now the ability to back up Google Calendar, Contacts, and Docs is commercially available at [...]
By Jason Busch on July 27, 2010
In the second post in this series later today, I will share some findings from recent IACCM research and analysis suggesting that many procurement organizations believe that it is their charter to focus on supplier relationships, management and overall development, but that they rarely prioritize these sorts of investments over those in core purchasing automation [...]
By R "Ray" Wang on July 27, 2010
Is your technology provider a hardware vendor or a software vendor? Does your System Integrator now provide solutions in the cloud? These questions will continue as models converge. Hardware, software, and system integration vendors must reinvent new models of revenue. The economic recession has forced business model shifts at the major technology companies.
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