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By James Governor on July 22, 2012
Tweet Earlier this week I was with Alcatel Lucent in Naperville, Illinois when a tweet came in that Paul Maritz, VMware’s CEO, had been dismissed from his post. I would have thought the idea was absurd, except that rumours had also been swirling that VMware was planning to spin out its cloud assets into a [...]
By Maggie Fox on July 22, 2012
It’s absolutely perfect timing for this blog post (which I’ve been thinking about for the last month or so), hot on the heels of Altimeter Group’s report, released this week, titled, The Converged Media Imperative: How Brands Will Combine Paid, Earned and Owned Media. It’s a great report that identifies and speaks to a trend [...]
By Phil Wainewright on July 22, 2012
Did Yahoo! press the undelete key on its own destiny with the unexpected recruitment of Google product linchpin Marissa Mayer to become its new CEO?
By Dennis Moore on July 22, 2012
Highlights of enterprise software and solutions news from the past week: Two IPOs come out strongly after Facebook IPO disappointment – Kayak and Palo Alto Networks. Google Nexus 7, with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, is becoming the first general purpose worthy competitor to the Apple iPad. Workday files for IPO, using JOBS Act to avoid [...]
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