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Avaya lays out roadmap for unified software management

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As Avaya continues its transition from a hardware company into a communications and collaboration software provider, it is going through some growing pains, including a shakeup of executives and uncertainty around a potential initial public offering that's been rumored for months....
Avaya lays out roadmap for unified software management

eBay's Magento eCommerce platform now offers UK specific features

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Magento, an eCommerce platform provider and division of X.commerce, the eBay company, has announced the release of its new UK-specific features for Magento Go. Magento Go is a Software as a Service (SaaS) version of the company’s eCommerce platform  and the firm hopes that these new features will better meet the...
eBay's Magento eCommerce platform now offers UK specific features
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Facebook to acquire browser maker Opera? Maybe. Here’s what we know.

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Juicy rumor coming from Pocket-lint this morning: Facebook is reportedly eyeing a takeover of desktop, tablet and smartphone browser maker Opera Software. Citing an unnamed source, Pocket-lint says the social network juggernaut is considering an outright acquisition of the Norwegian software company to accelerate a move onto the battlefields where...
Facebook to acquire browser maker Opera? Maybe. Here’s what we know.

Hewlett-Packard: Once More Toward the Cloud

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The company is revamping its hardware and software assets in a more coherent way for big corporate clients that are moving to cloud computing. There is little new in the technology, but H.P. appears to be using some underappreciated resources in software management and security, as well as data storage,...
Hewlett-Packard: Once More Toward the Cloud

IBM pays $1.3B for HR software provider Kenexa

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IBM is acquiring recruiting and talent software management provider Kenexa for $1.3 billion or $46 a share in a bid to bolster its social business capabilities and build out its HR services. IBM is following in the footsteps of Oracle and SAP, which bought Kenexa competitors Taleo and SuccessFactors respectively in the last...
IBM pays $1.3B for HR software provider Kenexa
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Would Quest buy help Dell?

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Dell is in talks to acquire Quest Software in a bid to bolster its overall software management play, according to a Bloomberg report. Quest makes management software and tools that could help Dell’s push beyond its PC roots to become a bona fide enterprise services provider — a goal it...
Would Quest buy help Dell?

Enterprise Open Source Usage Is Up, But Challenges Remain

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I think we can all safely agree that open source software development is here to stay. Open, collaborative development has fundamentally changed not only how we code, but also the code we produce. It’s easier than ever to build complex solutions by reusing existing components. A new report from Sonatype...
Enterprise Open Source Usage Is Up, But Challenges Remain

IBM reportedly to acquire Israeli mobile management software firm Red Bend for $250 million

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IBM looks set to continue its recent run of acquisitions by announcing the buyout of Israeli mobile management software firm Red Bend Software for a reported $250 million. Israeli business newspaper Calcalist has news of the deal, which is in advanced negotiations, noting IBM’s desire to capitalise on Red Bend’s...
IBM reportedly to acquire Israeli mobile management software firm Red Bend for $250 million
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