Profile of Mary Hayes Weier
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Articles by Mary Hayes Weier
posted in July 2008
It's part of an effort to improve manufacturing, as Boeing faces roaring demand and an order backlog of 3,600 commercial planes.
It's part of an effort to improve manufacturing as Boeing faces an order backlog of 3,600 planes, including the delayed Dreamliner 787.
The service comes as automakers begin to embrace the Internet, starting with a wireless connection option on Chrysler models beginning next month.
The creators of Cuil have garnered a good bit of buzz today with their new search engine that sifts through 120 billion Web pages, reportedly three times the number Google searches. Now if only the Cuil folks can find a way to ensure that their search engine performs while under pressure.
Business intelligence and CRM software vendors are the most supportive of the Apple 3G iPhone.
Oracle is the first major business software vendor to make iPhone apps available at Apple's new App Store.
Microsoft has finally stopped dragging its heels on its vague "software + services" strategy and announced today some concrete details on upcoming products and pricing. Here are my initial observations.
Starting today, thousands will be convening for Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference, which is sure to be a steamy event (Houston in July, anyone?). I'm particularly curious about a Microsoft news announcement Tuesday coming from its online services group.
Boomi, SnapLogic, and Cast Iron are rolling out new offerings designed to help companies integrate software running in the cloud with onsite software.
A recently published study could prompt the medical industry to re-evaluate its growing use of RFID.