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Salesforce.com Does Well for Itself in Fiscal Q1

Salesforce.com ups its earnings guidance for a full year based on fiscal first quarter 2008 results. Read More >

Business Intelligence: Will It Improve Inventory?

Expanding its product lines helped Dick's Sporting Goods grow from a mid-market player to one of the country's premier athletic retailers. But first it had to become more nimble in the ways it managed and tracked its offerings. Read More >

CIOs Want Integrated Web 2.0 Tools

A new study reveals that CIOs prefer Web 2.0 tool suites from major vendors rather than standalone applications. Read More >

Microsoft Sees Complex Future for Software

The next generation of applications will include local software and global services, resulting in a persistent hybrid model, says a Microsoft executive at the New Software Industry conference. Read More >

Next Step: BizTalk

Microsoft expands on software plus services, rather than SAAS, strategy. Read More >

Salesforce.com Quietly Acquires Content Management Company Koral

Adds unstructured content management capabilities to Apex platform and as stand-alone app Read More >

The End of Software, and a New Way of Doing Business

Salesforce.com chief Mark Benioff has brought the concept of consumer e-commerce applications to business users, creating one of the fastest growing tech companies in the world. Read More >

Salesforce.com Announces 2.0 Strategy, Wealth Management Edition

The company's plans include focusing on its platform and adding vertical functionality to its CRM core, with a focus on financial services. Read More >

Google Apps Premier Edition Takes Aim at the Enterprise

The Google Apps Premier Edition will give the search engine pioneer the chance to see whether it can become a software-as-a-service powerhouse by selling a basic suite of online desktop applications for $50 per user per year. Read More >

JetBlue Not Alone: 5 Other Critical I.T. Events

Technology is often a factor in a company's darkest hour. What's important is the immediate response—and future prevention. Read More >

Budgets Up 8.6%: Where's The Money Going?

Instead of handing IT over to outsourcers, midsize companies are building up their own IT capabilities. Read More >

Web 2.0: Creating a Successful Enterprise Strategy

It's easier than ever to add interactivity to the Web experience. But learning to embed these capabilities into the business will take time. Read More >

Web 2.0: Business Tools That Save Time, Money

Say goodbye to the Web you know and hello to the Web you've always wanted. A variety of frameworks for building rich Internet applications are helping companies save time and money. Read More >

Change: The Only Constant

January 2007 Future of I.T. Survey: Amid the regular upheaval, one thing's for sure—I.T. executives won't die of boredom during the next five years. Read More >

5 Software Development Mistakes to Avoid

Two I.T. experts offer their tips on successful software development. Read More >

Salesforce.com: When On-Demand Goes Off

A year ago, the hosted customer relationship management software provider wanted to expand its services. First, it had to bring its own technology infrastructure up to speed. Read More >

Test Your IQ

As corporations more fully embrace business intelligence, CIOs are running into new sets of challenges. Read More >

Six Tips for Business Intelligence Success

From Baseline: Slideshow As business intelligence tools become sharper and more readily available, a new wave of workers—from sales to logistics—can analyze business trends faster and make better decisions. As much care as ever need Read More >

How the Web Polarized Politics

The Internet once promised a new era of communications and understanding across disparate cultures and beliefs. But Gerry McGovern, a Web content expert, says it's only served to deepen the divide. Does the Web encourage political polarization? Read More >

RFID: The Book on Item-level Tagging

Netherlands-based bookseller Selexyz has implemented RFID at the item level—the Holy Grail of supply-chain management. Read More >

Web 2.0: How High-Volume eBay Manages Its Storage

The ultrapopular auction/sales Web site continues its exponential growth and finds itself adding 10 terabytes of new storage every week. That's a lot of data. Read More >

Bubble 2.0?

Opinion: With billion-dollar acquisitions and out-of-control hype surrounding Web 2.0, you might think we're in the throes of another bubble. You'd be wrong. Read More >

Special Report: Web 2.0

The time to take your head out of the sand is now. How can your company cash in on Web 2.0? Or protect itself from it? Read on for advice, best practices and case studies. Read More >

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