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Renault to roll out Salesforce globally to put it ‘in the driver's seat of change'

Renault will use a combination of three Salesforce products to link dealerships with customer information for better service.

Banks See Amazon, Apple and Google as Growing Threat, Report Claims

Peer to peer lenders also an increasing concern

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Price tag for troubled SAP project will skyrocket to nearly $1 billion, audit says

An 'overly ambitious design' and poor training are cited as reasons for the mess at a New York gas utility.

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Price tag for troubled SAP project will skyrocket to nearly $1 billion, audit says

An 'overly ambitious design' and poor training are cited as reasons for the mess at a New York gas utility

Bossie Awards 2014: The best open source applications

InfoWorld's top picks of the year in open source business applications and middleware

Samsung launches free'My Knox' app for securing its latest smartphones

Samsung on Thursday announced a free My Knox service that can synchronize email and contacts with a desktop computer, as well as two premium services for businesses.

7 Reasons Apple Should Open-Source Swift -- and 7 Reasons it Won't

Faster innovation, better security, new markets -- the case for opening Swift might be more compelling than Apple will admit

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BBC developing common platform API to connect with business partners

The BBC has iover 100 APIs that are used both internally and are open to external partners to develop new products.

BP expands app deal with Infosys

Former SAP chief Vishal Sikka leads outsourcing firm into bigger deal with oil giant

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Grant Thornton connects workforce with cloud collaboration tools

Will create online tool for up to 39,000 staff

Most organizations have dug themselves an ERP hole, according to survey

Consulting and technology firm, Oakton, has unveiled the results of a survey it has had commissioned with clients on their current and future ERP implementation plans. And the conclusions that can be drawn from it aren't pretty.

SAP's Simplicity Push Is Not So Simple

SAP’s challenge is to make good on its promise to reduce the complexity of its software and customer relations.

Meet Cobol's Hard Core Fans

These folks won't migrate. The reason probably isn't what you're thinking.

Microsoft: Give IE Another Chance

Tidbits from a Reddit "Ask Me Anything" chat also include browser name-change, faster updates and the demise of IE8

Peak vs. Tibbr: Two Apps That Help Track Team Communications

These online tools improve workgroup interactions, reduce email traffic and track the team's progress.

3D Printing Makes its Move into Production

IT needs to get ready

PaaS Shootout: Cloud Foundry vs. OpenShift

Cloud Foundry shines with broad application support and stellar ease of use, but OpenShift has the edge in management and automation

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ERP: Protecting the pipeline by focusing on business-critical platforms

In early July, news circulated that a Chinese manufacturer stood accused of tampering with the firmware of hand-held scanners in order to target chain resources. So what can organizations do about this type of threat, when they're...

Lawsuit over 'manifestly unusable' NetSuite software set to be dismissed

NetSuite has avoided what could have been an ugly, image-damaging court battle, having reached an agreement to dismiss a lawsuit brought by its customer SkinMedix over an allegedly unusable software system.

Oracle buys TOA Technologies in strike against Salesforce.com

Oracle is fleshing out its family of cloud applications and taking a competitive step against the likes of Salesforce.com with the acquisition of TOA Technologies, maker of software for companies centered around field services. Terms...

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