Salesforce.com Helps Launch SaaS Company
FinancialForce.com, a startup providing financial and accounting software as a service, is getting a minority investment and on-campus office space from Salesforce.com.
Oracle Fined $10,000 For Anti-IBM Ads
The Transaction Processing Council levied a rare, $10,000 fine against Oracle for comparing an existing TPC result with one it plans to report in the future.
Adobe In The Crossfire
With all the excitement surrounding HTML 5 and Web development, Adobe is moving to make sure that Flash remains relevant.
NetSuite Offers ERP iPhone App
The app, which provides access to NetSuite's on-demand enterprise-resourcing planning and CRM suite, is another example of business SaaS going mobile.
What To Look For In A Point Of Sale System
Point of Sale (POS) systems can help retail and service industry businesses cut costs, manage inventory, and streamline sales -- but you need to know what options and features are right for your company.
Sybase Offers Software For Amazon EC2
The latest products enable developers to take Sybase's SQL Anywhere, IQ or Adaptive Server Enterprise data-management products and use them to set up and allocate data and analytic servers in Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud.
Oco Unveils Supply Chain Analytics Suite
The software-as-a-service offering provides reports, analytics, dashboards and tools to address supply chain-specific issues, such as transportation and logistics, inventory, customer service and sourcing.
Cisco, EMC May Offer IT Services
The longstanding collaborators have gone as far as hiring sales reps for a joint venture, dubbed Alpine, to deliver IT services.
VMware Bridges Data Center, Cloud
In his VMworld keynote, CEO Paul Martz outlined the company's plans to provide seamless management consoles for internal and cloud-based virtual machines.