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Battle Booty from Oracle's Victory Over PeopleSoft
Through the PeopleSoft acquisition, Oracle hereby gains a new customer base, increased market share, expertise, immediate recurring revenue sources, and new and

battle on words  's booty from its battle to acquire PeopleSoft . The long and arduous merger bid came to a close in December with Oracle giving approximately $10.3 billion (USD) from its war chest to PeopleSoft, to become the world's number two leading enterprise applications software company. At the end of January, Oracle forecasted its pro forma earnings and growth. Its earnings per share growth will be 24 percent for fiscal year 2005, and it is targeting earnings per share growth of 22 to 28 percent for fiscal year

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Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Four: SOA and Web Services


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battle on words  use the service. The battle for the dominance in service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Web services has been largely been a war of words so far, and one without the clear winner yet (and not any time soon), as many underlying Internet-based standards have emerged only recently. Still, bitter enemies agree on the future of Web services, and have been building similar technology frameworks for developers. Both Java and .NET camps also rely on the same set of established standards such as XML (a language Read More

Not Just Words: Enforce Your E-mail and Web Acceptable Usage Policies


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battle on words  gone to court to battle workplace lawsuits triggered by employee email.19 State and federal Freedom of Information statutes give the media and taxpayers access to government employees' email messages and attachments. The Patriot Act authorizes law enforcement to seize corporate email, and employers are under no obligation to notify users that their messages are under review. SOX, GLBA, HIPAA, NYSE, SEC, NASD, and the IRS are just a few of the government and industry regulations and regulators that audit Read More

What's Ahead for Users on the Enterprise Infrastructure Battlefront?


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battle on words  also notice that the battle between Oracle, Microsoft, SAP, and IBM goes far beyond applications. It goes right into the technology stack or an enterprise infrastructure, which is a less visible software layer that lies beneath the applications. It provides databases to store information, and security and data protection to preserve it, and has tools to manage hardware such as servers and storage. The technology stack also includes application servers and other integration applications commonly named Read More

Razorfish Wants to Get its Name Out on Broadband


Razorfish is positioned to expand, but at what price? Razorfish faces challenges in organization, image, and perceived capabilities. How well Razorfish succeeds in overcoming these challenges will determine how much it will grasp the very lucrative opportunities of the DBSP market.

battle on words  Razorfish has an uphill battle for recognition and needs to move away from an image just as a creative player. It needs to be perceived as a more stolid consultant capable of entering the boardrooms of Brick and Mortar establishments - at least in North America. As indicated earlier, the ability of the company to make itself known in a few vertical industries is also impacted by the vision of the company as a creative website designer and builder, not the true digital strategist. In order for it to be Read More

How to Sell Management on a New ERP System


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battle on words  to Sell Management on a New ERP System How to Sell Management on a New ERP System Buying a new ERP system may be the best move for your company. But it'll never happen if you can't convince management. How to Sell Management on a New ERP System lists the top 6 advantages of a new ERP system. That's information you can use to make a convincing business case—whether you're upgrading a legacy ERP system or planning your first deployment. Download How to Sell Management on a New ERP System today. For Read More

On Demand Delivery Compels a Compensation Management Vendor


The on demand paradigm and enterprise incentive management market seem to have established a viable cross-section to the extent that, going forward, some players feel comfortable enough to opt solely for the software-as-a-service, subscription-based delivery model.

battle on words  Demand Delivery Compels a Compensation Management Vendor Amid many of the intriguing trends in enterprise applications in 2006, one of the most prominent was the point of no return awareness and increased adoption of the on demand, or software as a service (SaaS), business and deployment models (see Software as a Service Is Gaining Ground ). What's more, 2006 was also the year of increased awareness and growth for the still new enterprise incentive management (EIM)- incentive compensation managemen t Read More

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battle on words  on the Go Here are some of the results of a recent TEC survey of users of mobile business intelligence (BI) solutions. For more information, check out our 2014 Mobile BI Buyer's Guide . Read More

Winning on the WAN: How to Validate Network Applications Before You Deploy


Making sure that your applications run properly over private and public wide area networks (WANs) is particularly challenging for applications that are sensitive to network conditions. The only way to have confidence that a given application will operate with acceptable performance once it is deployed is to test it under expected (and maybe unexpected) production network conditions—prior to deployment.

battle on words  on the WAN: How to Validate Network Applications Before You Deploy Making sure that your applications run properly over private and public wide area networks (WANs) is particularly challenging for applications that are sensitive to network conditions. The only way to have confidence that a given application will operate with acceptable performance once it is deployed is to test it under expected (and maybe unexpected) production network conditions—prior to deployment. Read More

The Scribe Solution for Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamics GP: Bridging the Gap Between On-demand CRM and On-premise ERP


For years, organizations have had to settle for inadequate approaches to front-office to back-office integration. However, with Scribe’s component architecture, when a new version of Dynamics GP or Salesforce comes out, you can plug in a new version of the Scribe Adapter for the upgraded application, and your existing Dynamics GP to Salesforce Template will experience little or no disruption.

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I Keep on Knocking...


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Converged Threats on the Security Landscape


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battle on words  Threats on the Security Landscape The pervasiveness of malware on the Internet creates more opportunities for mixing and matching dangerous content than previously possible. A converged threat is a combination of viruses, spyware, phishing, spam, and other attempts to exploit vulnerabilities. But you can’t sever all ties with the Internet—you need better protection methods to head off potential threats before they reach their targets. Learn more. Read More

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battle on words  World in Crisis: A Report on the Impact on Global Outsourcing Relations As companies come to grips with current fiscal realities, choices may result more from reaction than the use of sound judgment. Removing vital resources and reducing services can create an even lower return on investment (ROI) than existed before downsizing. Outsourcing may offer a solution. Learn about the effects that the present financial situation will have on the outsourcing community, including buyers and suppliers. Read More

A New Look on the Horizon for TEC


Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) has announced that it will be launching its redesigned web site on February 14, 2007. The announcement comes after months of information gathering and a refocus on its core competencies of enterprise software selection.

battle on words  New Look on the Horizon for TEC A New Look on the Horizon for TEC Montreal, Canada, February 8, 2007 – Enterprise software analyst firm, Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) further assists software purchasers by redesigning its web site to reflect its software selection methodology. Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) has announced that it will be launching its redesigned web site on February 14, 2007. The announcement comes after months of information gathering and a refocus on its core competencies Read More