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By Zoli Erdos on September 17, 2010
Ok, I’ve stolen that title from Jason Perlow on ZDNet. And I’ll steal from myself quite liberally, in just a moment. That’s because I fully agree with Jason, who makes the point that Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab is an attractive device, but he really wants to just outright buy it, without yet another data plan [...]
By David Dobrin on September 17, 2010
Eventually, even the most confident and seemingly unassailable empire can crumble into nothingness. If it can happen to Ozymandias and to American Airlines Flight 25, can it happen to SAP, Oracle, and Lawson?
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By Charlie Wood on September 17, 2010
It seems to me there are two ways to fly: Design and build an airplane, fuel it, and take off. Stand in a field, flap your arms, and wait for a tornado. Humorously, it’s the arm-flappers who seem to get…
By Bob Warfield on September 17, 2010
Year on year sales growth for Notebooks have entered negative territory for the first time ever: Notebook Sales Crash It was already underway before the iPad was launched, but I’m sure the iPad hasn’t helped. Looks to me like the whole thing is a victim of this massive recession we’re still finding ourselves in. And […]
By Phil Fersht on September 17, 2010
Leading analyst firm, Horses for Sources, has launched a groundbreaking study, in collaboration with the London School of Economics, to gain real insight into how businesses plan to adopt “Cloud Business Services”. What’s your view on Cloud, and is your organization evaluating its potential? We’d love to hear from you regarding how Cloud computing will impact your work environment – your opinion really matters.