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October 24, 2011  2:46 PM

What’s up, what’s down: Oracle pushes into cloud CRM, hardware investments languish



Posted by: Tom Nolle
AT&T, cloud CRM, Cloud Services, Oracle, Oracle Public Cloud, RightNow, SaaS, telecom capex, Verizon

Some things are up, some are down, I guess.  That seems to be true with regard to tech signals this morning, anyway.  Oracle is buying RightNow, a CRM cloud player, and the Street is...

October 7, 2011  9:37 PM

Looking at, and through, clouds: A check of key vendors’ cloud strategies



Posted by: Tom Nolle
Alcatel-Lucent, Amazon, Amazon EC2, Apple, appliances, Cloud computing, cloud computing services, cloud ecosystem, cloud provider, Cloud Services, Ericsson, Google, networking market, networking vendors, Oracle, Oracle Public Cloud, Sony

There are signs that the networking industry is doing a bit more weaving and bobbing as it looks for a position that sustains revenue and profit growth. One big item is the story that Sony...

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October 3, 2011  10:08 PM

More clouds, if that’s possible!



Posted by: Tom Nolle
cloud computing services, iPhone, Juniper, nosql, Oracle, service layer

Apple is expected to launch its iPhone 5 this week, and like all Apple events, this one is generating more than its share of speculation. It’s like a red carpet event for the Apple...


August 20, 2011  9:02 PM

HP exits the PC biz; other vendors orbit on data center/PC positions



Posted by: Tom Nolle
Brocade, Cisco, data center, Extreme, F5, HP, IBM, Juniper, Oracle, PCs

Well, revolutions are interesting at least, and we certainly have one now.  HP is exiting the PC business, spinning off its PC unit and doing some M&A to boost itself as a player in the...


March 16, 2011  2:58 PM

Vendors/operators weighing necessary cloud strategies



Posted by: Tom Nolle
Cisco, cloud, Cloud computing, Cloud Services, HP, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, SMBs, XO

HP’s CEO is promising a more cloud-engaged HP, which seems a smart move given that it’s clear that cloud computing will in some way be the driver of virtually all...


December 21, 2010  5:30 PM

What’s behind Oracle moving its enterprise apps to Amazon’s EC2?



Posted by: Tom Nolle
Amazon, Cloud computing, cloud computing services, EC2, enterprise applications, IaaS, Infrastructure as a Service, JD Edwards, Oracle, PeopleSoft, SaaS, Software as a Service

Fresh off of ramping up its server/networking connections for the year ahead, Oracle announced that it will be supporting at least some of its PeopleSoft and JD Edwards...


December 7, 2010  1:37 PM

Oracle ramps up server/networking IT connections for 2011



Posted by: Tom Nolle
Cisco, data centers, database networking, HP, IBM, Microsoft, Networking, Oracle, servers, software

Oracle has rolled out a new high-end Sparc-based cluster server, a 16-core T3 version that seems to close off any...


November 2, 2010  12:27 PM

Google sues Department of Interior over Google Apps slight



Posted by: Tom Nolle
chip sets, Cloud computing, cloud computing services, Department of Interior, Google, Google Apps, Microsoft Office, Open Office, Oracle

The IT world has provided us with a number of interesting developments this week, starting with a Google suit filed over a proposed Department of the Interior (DoI)...


November 30, 2009  8:29 PM

IBM in the service layer: Less than meets the eye



Posted by: Tom Nolle
IBM, Juniper, Oracle, OSS/BSS, service delivery platforms, service delivery technology

IBM has launched its own program to be the solution to service provider service-layer technology needs, but so far, there’s less than meets the eye.

IBM has had what it calls the Service Provider Delivery Environment (SPDE) for some time, but the product has been indifferently...


October 20, 2009  1:21 PM

Cisco and Oracle look to change data center landscape



Posted by: Tom Nolle
Cisco, collaboration, data center, HP, IBM, Oracle, Virtualization

Oracle and Cisco may change the landscape in the data center if the companies continue to pursue their current tracks, according to most pundits, and we...


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