By James Governor on February 19, 2010
Everyone else seems to have gone with the Sunset, so I figured why not call out Sunrise instead… while some Sun technology is going to get nuked, and some people too, there are still plenty of solid assets to consider when parsing what Oracle is going to do. One advantage of being a couple of […]
By James Governor on February 18, 2010
I attended a briefing last week in London with Rod Adkins, SVP IBM Systems and Technology Group, and Robert LeBlanc, who runs IBM’s middleware business. The subject at hand was the new POWER7 chip. If you’re not a hardcore IBM server customer you’ve possibly never heard of POWER. It runs IBM’s mainframes, Unix boxes and […]
By Michael Coté on January 25, 2010
Maturing cloud, partnership musical chairs, SaaS bellwethers.
By R "Ray" Wang on December 16, 2009
PEOPLE WHISPERS: MOVES, PROMOTIONS, AND MILESTONES*
As always, thanks for your emails and alerts. If you’ve got a change or know of a promotion, keep dropping me a line! If you need a referral, and we’ve worked together in the past, don’t hesitate to reach out to me via Linked In.
Eliot Axelrod became Senior Account Exec […]
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By Dennis Moore on November 2, 2009
According to Wikipedia, chutzpah is “the quality of audacity, for good or for bad”. The award for “chutzpah of the week” has a clear winner, and it’s only Monday! The winner is Monty Widenius. Here’s a guy who was significantly responsible for mySQL, but so were several others, not to mention the thousands of other […]