Google's New Page
Larry Page has replaced Eric Schmidt as Google's CEO. Here's a to-do list for the company's chief executive.
EasyAsk Gives CRM Solution A New Voice
Customers want their interactions with your company to be swift and easy. In response, EasyAsk developed a version of its natural language search and analysis software for the SugarCRM, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solution.
New Tool Simplifies Selling For SMBs
With the release of CrunchConnect, SalesCrunch is taking sales presentations to a whole new level. Part webconferencing tool, part presentation tracker, the Web-based CrunchConnect allows companies to capture and measure real-time customer engagement.
Google Angers Partners Over Android Fragmentation Control
Google's Android platform has gone from nothing three years ago to the number one platform today for smartphones, but it isn't without its faults. Its growth has been explosive partially because phone manufacturers have unprecedented control over a third party platform. That is also causing a fragmentation problem and Google wants to solve the issue.
Lawson Talks Product As ERP Consolidation Looms
Vendor highlights analytics, BI, mashups and cloud deployments at Boston user conference. But with one takeover bid on the table and rival Epicor now in play, Lawson seems headed for acquisition.
Can Tablets Succeed In Business?
Apple ignited the tablet market with the iPad, and it's hard to argue with millions of consumers, but tablets have yet to find a place in the enterprise.
Webroot Secures Android Devices
Google Android systems have become the most popular smartphone platform, according to recent market research reports. Consequently, small and medium businesses need tools to manage those systems, and Webroot became the latest vendor to try to address that need.
Windows Phone 7 NoDo Update Trickling Out
People started getting the NoDo update for Windows Phone 7 this week. This is the biggie people have been waiting on as it adds copy and paste plus other features. It isn't hitting everyone at once though. It will take days, weeks or longer to make it to everyone's phone.