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Wireless Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands!
The Palm VII is a logical wireless extension of the Palm Pilot platform. The Palm VII is a data-driven device allowing access to such information as news, sports, weather, e-mail, driving directions, and yellow pages.

OLD PALM: Wireless Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands! Wireless Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands! P. Hayes - June 26, 2000 Read Comments P. Hayes - June 26, 2000 Product Background 3Com introduced the Palm VII Wireless PDA in early 1999. The device initially retailed for $599 (MSRP) USD with an expensive wireless monthly service fee. In October of 1999 prior to the Palm spin-off, 3Com cut not only the cost of the device from $599 to $499, but also lowered the cost of service due to complaints from the end user population of
6/26/2000

Palm IPO: 3Com’s morning after, or “Do you know the way to San Jose?”
What does 3Com do now that Palm, Inc. is gone? Find someone else in the neighborhood to play with. Cisco is just next door.

OLD PALM: software for data networking, sold 23 million shares, or 4 percent, of its Palm unit at $38 each - well above the expected range of $30 to $32. Initially, the stock was expected to be priced at $14 to $16 a share. At the stock s closing price, Palm had a market capitalization that was larger than that of its parent company, 3Com. Market Impact 3Com s most recent SEC filing says it all. From Q2 1999 to Q2 2000: Sales of network systems products (switches, hubs, routers, etc.) decreased 12% Sales personal
3/17/2000

Symbian, Microsoft Try to Slap Palm Around
Palm Computing’s PalmPCs will be facing stiff competition from Microsoft and the Symbian consortium, each of which is trying to grab a large share of the handheld PDA (personal digital assistant) market. Palm presently holds the 80% of the market

OLD PALM: them. Although Palm presently holds an approximate 80% market share for the handheld and PDA market, no one expects Microsoft to give up. This latest product set may not do to Palm what Internet Explorer did to Netscape, but every time MS adds functionality at a low price, Palm will feel the heat. At some point, price/performance will surpass brand loyalty as a reason for buying a PDA. Of course, at $199 for a stripped down PocketPC (i.e., no PWord or PExcel ), it is not yet a price sell. Pricing on
3/27/2000

Sony Picks Palm OS
Sony announced plans to build new Palm OS-based hand-held gadgets that could allow people to view videos, listen to music and organize information, thereby shutting out Windows CE.

OLD PALM: Sony Picks Palm OS Sony Picks Palm OS R. Krause - November 17, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary Associated Press, 11/16/99 LAS VEGAS - In a major snub to Microsoft Corp., Sony unmasked plans yesterday to build new hand-held gadgets that could allow people to view videos, listen to music and organize information - without the help of the Windows operating system. The Japanese consumer electronics giant instead chose the Palm operating program to run the basic functions of the devices, advancing the 3Com
11/17/1999

HighJump Software


OLD PALM: Located in Eden Prairie, Minnesota (US), HighJump Software is a supply chain execution solutions provider.

Switching Phone Systems: The Six Key Considerations
There are lots of possible reasons you might want to switch to a new phone system. The old one might cost too much or be too troublesome to operate and maintain. It might not be flexible enough. It might not be reliable enough. Or it just might not have the kinds of features and capabilities that you need in today’s competitive business climate. This guide offers some points to consider in determining what kind of voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) phone system you need.

OLD PALM: new phone system. The old one might cost too much or be too troublesome to operate and maintain. It might not be flexible enough. It might not be reliable enough. Or it just might not have the kinds of features and capabilities that you need in today’s competitive business climate. This guide offers some points to consider in determining what kind of voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) phone system you need. Switching Phone Systems: The Six Key Considerations style= border-width:0px; />   comments
3/13/2013 5:49:00 PM

An In-depth Look at ROI
As the economy turns sour, and IT budgets remain flat or get reduced, doing more with the infrastructure you have has never been more important. But investing in the same old networking infrastructure, storage, servers, and bandwidth is not going to help you reach your strategic goals. Get a return on investment (ROI) analysis for one brand of network appliances that can help you reach your IT objectives.

OLD PALM: investing in the same old networking infrastructure, storage, servers, and bandwidth is not going to help you reach your strategic goals. Get a return on investment (ROI) analysis for one brand of network appliances that can help you reach your IT objectives. An In-depth Look at ROI style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Electronic Distribution and Storage,   Server,   Return on Investment (ROI) Related Keywords:   Riverbed Technology,   server,   storage,  
7/12/2010 1:34:00 PM

Did Sagent Technology Pull the Old Pump and Dump ?
Sagent Technology has been hit with a class action complaint for violation of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. According to the complaint, company officers misrepresented Sagent’s 1999 and 2000 sales prospects to give them time to sell over $8 million of their own stock. The officers sold their stock at prices as high as $27.875, but after the true revenue projections were revealed, the stock dropped as low as $7-7/32. Interestingly, both the Vice President of Sales and the Chief Financial Officer resigned after they received their millions of dollars in proceeds.

OLD PALM: Sagent Technology Pull the Old Pump and Dump ? Did Sagent Technology Pull the Old Pump and Dump ? M. Reed - November 7, 2000 Read Comments M. Reed - November 7, 2000 Event Summary Sagent Technology, a provider of what they refer to as Real-time e-Business Intelligence Solutions , has been hit with a class action complaint for violation of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. According to allegations in the complaint, company officers misrepresented Sagent s 1999 and 2000 sales prospects to give them
11/7/2000

10-Point Plan to Eliminate PST Files
With corporate e-mail, no single data set presents more challenges than Outlook Archives (aka PST files). This white paper provides steps to first identify all PSTs, then enable automated removal. The benefits include reducing the burden on IT, consolidation of storage, complete e-discovery, and deletion of old data. This plan works with most e-mail archiving solutions as they are unable to discover or relocate PST files.

OLD PALM: e-discovery, and deletion of old data. This plan works with most e-mail archiving solutions as they are unable to discover or relocate PST files. 10-Point Plan to Eliminate PST Files style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Backup (Software and Processes),   IT Monitoring and Management,   E-mail Client,   E-mail Management Related Industries:   Industry Independent Related Keywords:   eliminating pst files,   eliminating personal-storage-table files,  
8/17/2012 1:59:00 PM

Manugistics: An Old Dog Learns New Tricks
One year ago, Manugistics appeared to be on the brink of disaster. With the help of new management and an e-business product launch, the timeworn supply chain management vendor grew its license revenues by 51% in its fourth quarter.

OLD PALM: Manugistics: An Old Dog Learns New Tricks Manugistics: An Old Dog Learns New Tricks Steve McVey - April 17, 2000 Read Comments Manugistics: An Old Dog Learns New Tricks S. McVey - April 17th, 2000 Event Summary Manugistics Group, Inc. recently announced its fourth quarter and fiscal year-end results. License revenues grew 51% over the third quarter to $22.0 million, while services and maintenance revenues remained largely flat at $21.7 million, a 2% rise over the third quarter. The company signed a
4/17/2000

Are ASP Applications Right for You?Part 1: Decision Factors
Like so many Internet conventions, the Application Service Provider (ASP), is really a combination of two 'old' concepts, turn key applications and outsourced services. Many of the lessons learned from these areas are directly applicable to ASP provided applications, and many of the same questions need to be asked and answered before a determination can be made on whether an ASP application should be considered.

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8/22/2001


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