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  • Analysis: SAP's CEO double act comes of age

    It is fairly typical to use 100 days as an opportunity to gauge the impact a leader has made to a top position. They did it with Barak Obama and you can guarantee they will do it with David Cameron. But it is not just politicians who warrant the 100... 

  • In depth: Getting ahead in the cloud

    The channel must adapt to meet the demands of cloud computing and embrace the commercial opportunities it presents, writes Billy MacInnes When Microsoft chief Steve Ballmer gets up in front of an audience and tells them that he is betting the compa... 

  • Analysis: A turning point in software crime

    The past week might well be looked back on as the moment when something changed in the world of pirate software.The crime of selling or using illegal software has, until now, largelybeen considered a white collar activity, with companies or individua... 

  • In depth: The desktop revolution

    Could 2010 be the year that virtualisation finally reaches the desktop? Billy MacInnes talks to the industry's experts Now that virtualisation has proved itself at the server level and in the datacentre, people are starting to ask whether this could... 

  • In-depth: A game-changing year

    The last year of the 'noughties' was a big one for the technology sector, and many of the developments will have repercussions throughout this year and beyond. David Binning reports We all know that a year is a long time in the technology industry, ... 

  • Analysis: Learning from Hasso the priority for SAP co-CEOs

    One of the challenges for any vendor having lost its CEO in surprising circumstances is to come out into the daylight to explain what happened and just where things go from here. So it's no surprise that SAP will spend the rest of this week and many... 

  • Analysis: Educators fear IT budget cuts

    Although the weather might have hit the numbers, more than 30,000 visitors were expected to walk the floors of London's Olympia at this year's BETT Show over its four-day span. One first-time attendee to the education technology show earlier this mo... 

  • In depth: Lessons from BETT 2010

    Heavy snow, icy pavements and frozen roads only heightened the buzz at last month's BETT show at London's Olympia. The world's largest annual technology in education show, the event had 750 exhibitors - 50 more than the previous year - and attracted ... 

  • In-depth: Opportunities as BI vendors look to SMEs

    Research group Gartner says business intelligence (BI) is once again the top spending priority for large enterprises as they attempt to exploit corporate information more effectively to reduce costs, boost sales and increase the efficiency of their w... 

  • Analysis: Can SAP rise to the SaaS challenge?

    SAP reported poor third quarter results last month as attendees of its TechEd summit in Vienna saw a company at pains to show how it plans to reinvent itself and stave off the many challenges to its once unrivalled position in the enterprise. It was...