There aren't a lot of valuable Internet assets on the market now that Google has snapped up Doubleclick, in a deal expected to close by the end of the year. So what is Microsoft - that waited too long to capitalize on the new business model of the Internet - to do now?
SAP AG's planned suite of hosted midmarket applications will be available in select markets later this year. The company will offer more details on pricing and functionality after the Cebit trade show in March, according to CEO Henning Kagermann.
Black Duck Software Inc. is making its protexIP/OnDemand software-compliance assessment service available free of charge from Tuesday through the end of the year, according to a company executive. The service analyzes software projects to determine whether they contain any pieces of open-source code and ensure that the code meets licensing obligations.
SAP AG plans to introduce later this year what it says will be a new model for offering CRM (customer relationship management) applications, one that combines elements of both hosted and on-demand computing.
With the deadline to switch to Microsoft Corp.'s new bulk software licensing plan looming, a provider of IT asset management services has made available a service designed to help organizations assess their current software inventory.