Profile of Mary Hayes Weier
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Articles by Mary Hayes Weier
posted in July 2007
Software is bringing cool new things to the auto industry, advancing such features as telematics and safety. Automakers also are trying to collaborate more on software standards, but it may not all be great news.
CIOs are testing Google Apps, but don't think the Postini acquisition will give Google leverage in many Microsoft Office accounts
With a new Silicon Valley office, a unique approach to BI and a seasoned management team, QlikTech is planning an IPO next year.
Just as the Zune lags behind the iPod, Microsoft CRM won't win on price, CEO Marc Benioff argues.
I had my plane ticket to fly to Boston tomorrow for a press lunch with Oracle president Charles Phillips, who was going to talk about the release of Oracle Database 11g. Oracle just canceled the lunch last minute without explanation. Darn it! The elusive Mr. Phillips slips through my fingers once again.
SAP admits that a subsidiary's employees downloaded some Oracle documents they shouldn't have, but it denies trying to tap Oracle's intellectual property for its own products.
China's outsourcing rise over India doesn't apply to software development, a new IDC report predicts.
The provider of on-demand enterprise-resource planning software has posted strong revenue growth, but until last year sales and marketing costs always exceeded revenue.
SAP admits that its subsidiary TomorrowNow downloaded thousands of Oracle documents in late 2006.
While Microsoft and Oracle are advancing in business intelligence market share, leaders Business Objects and Cognos failed to keep pace.