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SAP lays out product direction post-SuccessFactors deal

Analyst: SAP's plans reflect competition from the likes of Workday for cloud-based HR software

Forget the Amazon Kindle Fire, the PlayBook is now the best low cost tablet

Plus, how MSPs can get business from internal IT and the latest privacy warnings on apps

Avnet to distribute Oracle healthcare solutions in Canada

Oracle previously sold its health sciences offerings direct

BlackBerry PlayBook 2.0 OS

The new OS is close to what users need and want, but no cigar

How IBM sold business analytics by relying solely on partners

The company used its partner community to tap into the growing midmarket

Symantec: Mobile adoption has reached tipping point

Survey finds majority of organizations pondering custom apps or running line-of-business apps

Is your cloud project ready to be agile?

Moving to Agile takes a mix of energy, skills building, internal trust, investment, and patience

HP Folio 13 Ultrabook

The new Folio 13 may be slightly thicker and heavier than the average Ultrabook, but it also may make more sense for the average user

LM Ericsson buying Ottawa Wi-Fi networking equipment vendor

Deal would let the maker of carrier Wi-Fi solutions be part of a giant networking equipment manufacturer which wants to offer offload solutions to operators

We’re! not! a! social! network! yells! Yahoo!

Plus, updates on Office for the iPad and the MegaUpload case

VMware will battle Microsoft for SMB hearts and minds

The company is also pushing its partners to form strategic alliances with service providers

Office for iPad to be submitted to Apple soon

Microsoft's Office suite will soon be available to iPad users, report claims

Hard drive supply issues weigh on Dell’s Q4 earnings

Dell's Q4 profit drops by 10 percent year over year due to weakness in the consumer market

Wasp Barcode adds new levels to partner program

The company has created additional levels in its program and made the difference in benefits clearer

LG Shows Off 5.5-inch Optimus Vu

Phone with larger form for easier video viewing and reading is previewed before its Mobile World Congress debut

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