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Saturday, November 17, 2007

Our society is getting old and IBM knows it

IBM creates tools to help older people work for longer

Filed in: IT News Add commentsIT Week - A new initiative funded by IBM is bringing two academic partners together to develop software technology tools that will enable older people to work for longer. The scheme intends to relieve the problems connected with an ageing workforce and the
Source: www.itweek.co.uk

IBM s Blue Cloud signals the tipping point for enterprise IT
ZDNet Blogs - I recall a front page story I wrote for InfoWorld back in 1997. At the time there were still plenty of naysayers about whether websites were a plaything or a business tool. There was talk of clicks and mortar, and how the mortar would always
Source: blogs.zdnet.com

IBM Creates New Centers of Excellence to Help Clients Launch Safer
MSN MoneyCentral - These PLM Centers of Excellence (CoE) are located in Nice-La Gaude, France; Boeblingen, Germany; Beijing, China; Bangalore and New Dehli, India; Yamato, Japan; Montreal, Canada; and in the United States in Hawthorne, N.Y. and Dallas, Texas. The CoE
Source: news.moneycentral.msn.com

Red Hat landed with JBoss patent suit
Silicon.com - When you are dealing with open source issues with Red Hat, IBM, Oracle and Sun, you almost don’t get to pick your target.” Both JBoss and Red Hat use the business model of charging for support and services of open source software, rather than levy
Source: management.silicon.com

Solo BI Vendors Have Something To Offer
Information Week - With IBM now acquiring Cognos and SAP in the midst of buying Business Objects, the world’s four largest software vendors–IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, and SAP–will soon control more than half of the business intelligence software market. But it’s a
Source: www.informationweek.com
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