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Are Enterprise Apps On the Way Out?

IT execs say most business functions can benefit from automation, but data integration problems must first be solved. That means stepping toward SOA and Web services—and away from suites like CRM and ERP. Read More >

Vendors are Missing the Target with Business Process Software

The tools and services that most directly target BPI aren't consistently effective. Read More >

IBM Launches Initiative of SOA Products, Services

IBM launches a new SOA effort to fill gaps in the company's portfolio of SOA tools so that IBM can serve as a one-stop shop for SOA customers. Read More >

Podcasting: An Enterprise Hit

Corporate podcasts from the likes of MassMutual, GM and IBM aren't likely to be popular on iTunes. But corporate podcasting has worked its way into the technology fabric of businesses. Read More >

Pedals to the Metal

Baseline's ranking of the 50 business software companies with the biggest year-to-year growth finds that eight of the top 10 offer software as a service. Read More >

Study: SarbOx Software Not Taking Hold

From Baseline: A survey says companies are slow to adopt third-party tools, instead relying on consultants to tackle Sarbanes-Oxley requirements. Read More >

Open-Source Guru Eric Raymond Joins Freespire Board

One of open source's founders throws his weight behind Freespire and the concept that Linux desktops need to include some proprietary software and support for proprietary hardware like iPods. (DesktopLinux.com) Read More >

Report: Tech Industry Job Growth Soars

Job growth across technology sectors is stronger than it's been since 2001, but not at the highs reached in the 1990s, a new report shows. Read More >

Apple's Boot Camp and the Myth of Mac Software Availability

Opinion: Apple and virtualization vendors are busy marching forward with improved support for running Windows XP and Vista on Intel Macs. But are there really so few native solutions that Mac users must resort to Windows? Or is something else going Read More >

OpenAjax Grows, Sets Agenda

The OpenAjax Alliance announces growth in membership, a new Web site, and a new road map and technology to help standardize Java development. Read More >

IBM Aims to Limit Complexity with Software Update

Tivoli Provisioning Manager 5.1 is designed for the midmarket and automates complex tasks involved in deploying, configuring and maintaining software on thousands of client systems. Read More >

Microsoft's Fathi: Vista Security Is Becoming Reality

Q&A: Having taken over Microsoft's Security Technology Unit in March 2006, Corporate Vice President Ben Fathi is guiding the software giant's bid to improve its standing with customers and the software community. Read More >

Microsoft Offers Broader Support for Legacy Products

Realizing that it can drive revenue from the use of legacy software by some of its largest customers, the software giant announces a new Custom Support Agreement program for those products. Read More >

Mass. Back on Track for ODF Implementation

Saying concerns about accessibility tools are being addressed, Massachusetts has reaffirmed its commitment to begin implementing ODF in some agencies by January 2007. Read More >

Microsoft Should Step Up Its Open-Source Strategy

Opinion: Microsoft needs to do more than talk a good game when it comes to open source. (Microsoft Watch) Read More >

Mainframers Learn New Tricks

IBM looks to retrain, reframe and retool systems and the work force. Read More >

CIOs See Software Spending Spree

A new survey says nearly 60 percent of CIOs expect an increase in software spending through the rest of 2006. Read More >

CIOs See Software Spending Spree

A new survey says nearly 60 percent of CIOs expect an increase in software spending through the rest of 2006. Read More >

Technology: Call Centers That Feel Your Pain

Customer service companies track the emotional quality of calls. Read More >

Kaiser Permanente's Rx for Better Projects

Case Study: HMO Kaiser Permanente needed tighter alignment between its software developers and its business goals. A new requirements management system proved to be strong, but effective, medicine. Read More >

IBM to Buy FileNet for $1.6B

IBM plans to acquire FileNet, a document management and business process management software vendor, in an all-cash deal valued at $1.6 billion. Read More >

Dan Gillmor: Networking for Fun and Profit

A new book examines the social structures and economic benefits of mass collaboration. Read More >

Microsoft to Pay Reparations for Vista, Office Delays

The Redmond software maker is seeking ways to make amends to its business customers who are covered by volume-license agreements and who have been negatively impacted by the multiple delays in Windows Vista and Microsoft Office. Read More >

Enterprises Want It All and Want It Now

Opinion: Patience is no virtue at either end of the tech supply chain. Read More >

Oracle: Open Source No Threat in Enterprise Database Space

The database vendor says doesn't fear open-source competition and it will continue to go to market with vertical industry solutions that solve specific business problems. Read More >

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