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Keep Rogue Cloud Software From Making IT Irrelevant – Computerworld
Keep Rogue Cloud Software From Making IT Irrelevant
Computerworld
CIO – Surveys of senior IT managers consistently show that cloud computing and software as a service (SaaS) are being tested or used for non-critical applications at fewer than half of US corporations. Those surveys are grossly

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Microsoft Pays Customer $250000 To Adopt Office 365 – InformationWeek

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Microsoft Pays Customer $250000 To Adopt Office 365
InformationWeek
Exclusive: Redmond gives University of Nebraska six-figure incentive package to ditch IBM system and reject Google Apps. By Paul McDougall InformationWeek The University of Nebraska is mothballing its aging IBM Lotus Notes email and calendaring system
Software Weekly Notes – Microsoft and OracleNASDAQ

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Microsoft Pays Customer $250000 To Adopt Office 365 – InformationWeek

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Microsoft Pays Customer $250000 To Adopt Office 365
InformationWeek
Exclusive: Redmond gives University of Nebraska six-figure incentive package to ditch IBM system and reject Google Apps. By Paul McDougall InformationWeek The University of Nebraska is mothballing its aging IBM Lotus Notes email and calendaring system
Software Weekly Notes – Microsoft and OracleNASDAQ
AppRiver Offers Office 365, the Next Generation Cloud Productivity ServiceTMC Net

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Download.com P2P infringement case dropped – Geek.com
Download.com P2P infringement case dropped
Geek.com
For years, Download.com has been one of the most popular sites on the web for finding and (as the name suggests) downloading all kinds of software. And like any good download site would, Download.com features a leaderboard on its main page showing

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Download.com P2P infringement case dropped – Geek.com

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Download.com P2P infringement case dropped
Geek.com
For years, Download.com has been one of the most popular sites on the web for finding and (as the name suggests) downloading all kinds of software. And like any good download site would, Download.com features a leaderboard on its main page showing
Piracy Lawsuit Against CNET Dismissed – For NowTorrentFreak

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Updated app to track spending now available for $200 less – The Republic
Updated app to track spending now available for $200 less
The Republic
Back in 1987, when cellphones were the size and heft of a solid brick, a Sacramento software designer created the MoneyDiary. It was a pocket-sized, hand-held computer device for tracking your spending.

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Deloitte Wants Software Lawsuit Kept Away From Jury – PCWorld (blog)
Deloitte Wants Software Lawsuit Kept Away From Jury
PCWorld (blog)
Deloitte Consulting is fighting an attempt by Marin County, California, to bring allegations over a failed ERP (enterprise resource planning) software project before a jury, calling it a tactical ploy to gain publicity and

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Google Rumored To Launch ITA-Powered Travel Search Product Soon – TechCrunch
Google Rumored To Launch ITA-Powered Travel Search Product Soon
TechCrunch
We're hearing that Google is planning to launch an ITA integrated-flight search product as soon as a few weeks from now, according to a well-placed industry source. In April, the DOJ finally approved Google's $700 million acquisition of airfare

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ASG Software Group Completes Acquisition of PERFMAN – Business Wire (press release)

Business Wire (press release)
ASG Software Group Completes Acquisition of PERFMAN
Business Wire (press release)
NAPLES, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ASG Software Group (ASG) announced today that it has completed the acquisition of PERFMAN, a provider of high-powered capacity planning and performance management solutions. Headquartered in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania,

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Anti-PowerPoint Party In Switzerland Tries To Ban Software – Huffington Post

Village Voice (blog)
Anti-PowerPoint Party In Switzerland Tries To Ban Software
Huffington Post
One political party in Switzerland thinks PowerPoint presentations are actually costing the country billions of dollars. The Anti-PowerPoint Party wants to ban the software from being used in Switzerland. It even compares PowerPoint to a disease.
Switzerland Has An Anti-PowerPoint Political Partyscallywagandvagabond
Swiss Party Makes Dislike of PowerPoint a Political IssuePCWorld

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