Archive for January, 2009

Asure Software Announces Plan to Take Company Private

Friday, January 30th, 2009

The News Review:

- Asure Software Announces Plan to Take Company Private
- Madoff ‘Red Flags’ Could Have Been Raised by Software
- Google Takes First Software-Plus-Services Step
- Virtual Product Test for Designers and Engineering Simulation …
- Software Flushes out the Eureka! Moments

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Google Takes First Software-Plus-Services Step

Thursday, January 29th, 2009

The News Review:

- Google Takes First Software-Plus-Services Step
- SAP plans job cuts despite solid earnings
- Software as Services
- Madoff Red Flags Could Have Been Raised by Santander’s Software
- Sun’s earnings beat analysts’ expectations
- Archer Technologies Acquires Brabeion Software
- Cisco unveils EnergyWise software to monitor energy use

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Sun Earnings Top Analysts’ Estimates After Job Cuts

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

The News Review:

- Sun Earnings Top Analysts’ Estimates After Job Cuts
- Callidus Software Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2008 Results
- Cisco goes green with software upgrade
- Check Point Software 4Q profit slips 1.6 percent
- ‘Trojan Horses’ Target Apple Computers
- Nokia to buy services and software co. bit-side
- Symantec Chief Leading Candidate for Commerce Secretary

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New Mac Trojan Spread By Pirated Adobe Software

Tuesday, January 27th, 2009

The News Review:

- New Mac Trojan Spread By Pirated Adobe Software
- RIM Co-CE Blames Hurried Launch for Buggy BlackBerry Storm Software
- Riverbed to Integrate WAN ptimization Software on HP ProCurve …
- Will Bill Gates be remembered more for his philanthropy than his …
- New Project Management Life Cycle Software

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$200 Laptops Break a Business Model

Monday, January 26th, 2009

The News Review:

- $200 Laptops Break a Business Model
- ff-the-shelf tax software safe for most
- Partner Communications Selects Jungo’s penRG¢ Software for New …
- Stangeland Kran Live with Lawson M3 Enterprise Software System in …
- G7 ffers FREE Tax Software
- CommVault Introduces Simpana 8 Next-Generation Data Management …

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Should federal government go open source?

Sunday, January 25th, 2009

The News Review:

- Should federal government go open source?
- IBM Helps Businesses Consumers Weather the Storm With Cost …
- Software glitch sends Staten Island Google maps users on a major …
- Geithner Links Woes to Tax Software Used by 18 Million Americans
- VeriSign to Buy Security Software Maker Certicom

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Meltdown 101: Most people safe with tax software

Saturday, January 24th, 2009

The News Review:

- Meltdown 101: Most people safe with tax software
- Microsoft’s Liddell Sees Slow Rebound for Software
- VeriSign to Buy Security Software Maker Certicom

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Microsoft’s Liddell Predicts Slow Rebound for Software Sales

Friday, January 23rd, 2009

The News Review:

- Microsoft’s Liddell Predicts Slow Rebound for Software Sales
- Geithner Links Woes to Tax Software Used by 18 Million Americans
- IBM Helps Businesses Consumers Weather the Storm With Cost …
- India Stocks Post Third Weekly Decline; Software Exporters Drop

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IBM Debuts nline Version of Lotus Software for Cloud Computing

Monday, January 19th, 2009

The News Review:

- IBM Debuts nline Version of Lotus Software for Cloud Computing
- Harte-Hanks Trillium Software Appoints Stephen Bailey as Financial …
- Parkland Health & Hospital System Selects Lawson Software

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Europe charges Microsoft with abuse of monopoly again

Sunday, January 18th, 2009

The News Review:

- Europe charges Microsoft with abuse of monopoly again
- Halogen Software Honored as Employer of Choice
- Infusion makes software more affordable
- CPsync Software to be Implemented by the Reagan County Texas …
- Tmobile ringtone software

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