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July 13, 2011  5:33 PM

Microsoft WPC confidential



Posted by: badarrow
Barbara Darrow, Bing, Cisco, Google, IT channel products and services, IT channel products and technologies, Microsoft, Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, Steve Ballmer, Steven Sinofsky

LOS ANGELES--Here are some threads floating around Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference that you won't see hear in any keynote. 1: If Steve Ballmer's out, who's in? Don't get me wrong. This partner crowd is not Wall Street -- there are no torches and pitchforks. But they...

April 21, 2011  2:59 AM

LA proving a tarpit for Google, CSC



Posted by: badarrow
Barbara Darrow, BPOS, Google, Google Apps, IT channel products and services, IT channel products and technologies, Los Angeles, Microsoft

Remember last year when Google trumpeted its big-boy computing win over Microsoft in a major Los Angeles email-and-applications deal? Remember how the...


January 21, 2011  2:35 PM

Management shakeups shake up HP, Google



Posted by: badarrow
Barbara Darrow, Eric Schmidt, Google, Hewlett-Packard, HP, IT channel products and services, IT channel products and technologies, Larry Page, Leo Apotheker, Mark Hurd, Ray Lane, Sergei Brin

Looks like Hewlett-Packard is ejecting a few bozos from its clown car of a board.


October 20, 2010  11:46 PM

Microsoft Live Meeting outage–that’s gotta hurt



Posted by: badarrow
Barbara Darrow, BPOS, Google, IT channel products and services, IT channel products and technologies, Microsoft Live Meeting, Microsoft Office 365, outage

Microsoft Live Meeting went bust today. I know this because a partner event was cancelled this morning because of technical difficulties. Continued...

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September 15, 2010  4:08 PM

Oracle: The world’s scariest software company



Posted by: badarrow
Barbara Darrow, Google, Hewlett-Packard, HP, IBM, IT channel products and technologies, Larry Ellison, Mark Hurd, Microsoft, Oracle, Sam Palmisano

With apologies to Google and Microsoft,  Oracle may be the scariest software company on the planet. Continued »


August 18, 2010  4:51 PM

Oracle/Sun hits just keep on coming



Posted by: badarrow
Android, Barbara Darrow, Google, IT channel products and technologies, IT products and services, lawsuit, Oracle, Sun Microsystems

The aftermath of Oracle's acquisition of Sun Microsystems is proving to be a full-employment act for bloggers and journalists. Continued »


August 13, 2010  2:10 PM

Uh-oh. Oracle sues Google over Java use



Posted by: badarrow
Android, Barbara Darrow, copyright infringement, Eric Schmidt, Google, iPhone, IT channel products and technologies, Java, Larry Ellison, lawsuit, Oracle

This one raises lots of eyebrows: Oracle just sued Google over Android's use of Java.

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July 11, 2010  11:33 PM

Top five questions for Microsoft at WWPC



Posted by: badarrow
Add new tag, Apple, Azure, Barbara Darrow, Bob Muglia, BPOS, Google, IT channel products and technologies, Microsoft, Microsoft Gold partners, Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, Ray Ozzie, Steve Ballmer

As the kickoff for Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2010 approaches, here are some questions Microsoft partners would love Steve Ballmer, Bob Muglia et al. #1: Why should partners go for the Microsoft Partner Network's "advanced" badge? The zillion dollar question this...


June 3, 2010  11:42 AM

Cloud computing craze could oust certain VARs



Posted by: NicoleH
Arrow Fusion, cloud computing, cloud computing services, Google, HP, Nicole Harding, SearchITChannel.com, SearchITChannel.com advisory board, SearchSystemsChannel, VMware

 

A few months ago, I wrote about the bright future of


April 5, 2010  2:17 PM

Harris survey: Tech companies get some respect, financial firms not so much



Posted by: badarrow
AIG, Amazon, Barbara Darrow, Ford, Goldman Sachs, Google, Harris Interactive, Intel, IT channel products and services, Microsoft

  Tech heavyweights Amazon, Intel, Google, and Microsoft were among six companies that got "excellent" reputation quotients or  "RQ" scores, according to the newly released


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