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Displaying items by tag: Enterprise Applications

Thursday, 20 August 2009 06:05

NetSuite offers rebate to new adopters

NetSuite's 'cash for clunkers' offer can trim $500 from every $5000 spent by new customers on the company's cloud enterprise applications.

Published in Market
Last night Microsoft delivered key announcements for Office 2010, Windows 7 and the Windows Partner programme at the Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC.) This includes the product range for Office 2010 as well as the availability of volume licensing for Windows 7.

Published in Development
Wednesday, 08 July 2009 10:09

SAP aims Value Academies at customer executives

SAP wants to teach its customers how to get better value from the software they're already paying for.

Published in Market
Thursday, 02 July 2009 03:42

Power tops Intel for SAP apps: IBM

IBM claims its POWER6 hardware can outperform Intel-based servers when running SAP applications. And Power systems are cheaper over three years.

Published in Market
Australian enterprise applications provider Technology One (ASX: TNE) took an earnings hit for the half ending 31 March 2009 but says the company is on track for substantial profit growth for the full year as expenses associated with growing the company come down.

Published in Strategy
Dr Taher Elgamal, the driving force behind the SSL protocol explains that intelligent data is the way forward for business to protect confidential company information and simplify infrastructure.

Published in Security
Monday, 11 May 2009 13:09

Not all databases are created equal

Software companies hurt their products by writing database engines when they’re not a database company, and by marketing teams who don’t understand why the database is important.

Published in Development
Melbourne based enterprise software house, Pronto Software, have released a major new version of their flagship ERP product, dubbed PRONTO-Xi Phase 6. Included, among other features,  is greater integration with Microsoft Outlook and support for Google Analytics.

Want the benefits of Microsoft Office Communications Server (OCS) without the burden of managing it? Verizon Business will look after the chores for you.

Published in Market
Thursday, 12 March 2009 11:11

SAP delivering to iPhone, WiMo, BlackBerry

SAP Business Suite will be accessible on a range of pocket-sized devices including the iPhone thanks to a partnership between SAP and Sybase.

Published in Market
The Asia Pacific region is forecast to achieve growth valued at $US11.8 billion in the enterprise software market by 2012, with China and Australia respectively holding their place as the largest software markets in the region.
Published in Market
Friday, 27 February 2009 12:09

Technology One to zap SAP and go global says boss

TechnologyOne founder and executive chairman Adrian Di Marco maintains that his company will not go the way of other promising Australian IT companies and sell out to foreign interests. In fact, Di Marco says TechOne is poised to wipe the floor with SAP and Oracle locally and then take the fight to the global stage.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 25 February 2009 18:38

MySQL forks: Monty splits from Sun

Sometimes open source projects "fork." Disagreements over direction cause a splinter group to hive off and maintain their own separate code base. This is going to happen with well-known heavyweight FOSS staple, MySQL, after the original author quit Sun Microsystems earlier this month.

Published in Market
Database design isn’t rocket science but, at the same time, it is a craft which must take into account how the database will be used. More often than not this doesn’t happen and businesses everywhere are losing billions of micro-seconds on underperforming databases due to simple lack of care.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 10 February 2009 10:52

SAP Business Suite 7 - what's new?

SAP launched a new version of its Business Suite, but - apart from the addition of analytics - it isn't obvious exactly what it delivers in terms of new functionality as opposed to technological changes.

Published in Market
In this present turbulent economic time businesses would do well to consider the opportunity for process efficiencies and cost savings that technology can bring. Positive Workforce Solutions are doing their bit to help slash payroll costs without reducing headcount. That's the message from four large enterprises, each attesting to effiencies and reduced expenses.

Published in Market
An Enterprise Content Management solution developed by Australian listed technology company, Objective Corporation (ASX:OCL), has been implemented by Environment Bay of Plenty, one of New Zealand’s 13 regional councils.

Published in Market
SAP Australia New Zealand claimed a record year of growth in 2008, with strong growth in the retail, utilities and mining industries where investment in infrastructure remained strong. However, the company sounded a pragmatic warning that 2009 will be a "new reality".

Published in Business Intelligence
Sunday, 01 February 2009 10:07

iTWire moves into the enterprise

The iTWire team is excited to announce our newest section - Enterprise. We've launched Enterprise in recognition of the critical role IT&T technology plays in today's enterprises and the fact this multibillion market is key to the fortunes of many of the world's largest IT&T vendors.

Published in Market
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