Fresh off its annual OpenWorld conference, Oracle earned top rankings in a corporate software usage study released this week by ChangeWave, an investment research firm.
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SAP said Monday that the CEO and other top executives of its TomorrowNow subsidiary have resigned and that the enterprise software maker may sell the business.
Microsoft's recent announcement of a pair of enterprise search products came as the market is at a "tipping point," in the words of one spokesman.
About 25 percent of software development projects within IBM are now employing some manner of "agile" methodology, a company official said Monday.
When Danny Sabbah became general manager of IBM's Rational division in 2005, he set out to make changes in the organization. Sabbah said Friday that this transformation is well under way.
A VMWare official on Friday scoffed at Oracle's contention that its recent entry into the virtualization market performs better than "the existing leader server virtualization product."
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison didn't display much of his traditional flamboyance Wednesday at Oracle's OpenWorld conference, but he did preview the company's next-generation Fusion Applications and said its Unbreakable Linux offering has met with initial success.
Sun Microsystems CEO, Jonathan Schwartz, unveiled the company's virtualisation product line, xVM, at Oracle's OpenWorld conference in San Francisco on Wednesday.
The head of Oracle's PeopleSoft division this week gave customers a look at the PeopleSoft road map and repeatedly affirmed that support for the line will continue for at least the next couple of years.
Sun Microsystems said Tuesday it plans to buy Vaau, a Torrance, California-based vendor of ERM (enterprise role management) and identity compliance software.
Count HP CEO Mark Hurd among those who believe the tech industry could be on the cusp of another major wave of consolidation.
Oracle President Charles Phillips showcased a raft of new technologies on Monday -- key among them a virtualization product, Oracle VM -- during the opening keynote of the company's OpenWorld 2007 conference in San Francisco.
Hoping to seed grassroots interest, Gigaspaces is making its enterprise-targeted eXtreme Application Platform middleware available for free to startup firms.
IBM is expected today to announce a set of Rational software products for modernizing applications running on its flagship System Z mainframes.
A top official from Microsoft's developer division showcased an array of new development technologies this week, including a demo of the game World of Warcraft running within the company's Visual Studio integrated development environment.