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When you develop custom software, your elapsed time to the start of business value is longer than your elapsed time for the implementation of a software package.

Korean company targets Canadian market and incumbent vendors with latest DBMS

TmaxSoft says Tibero 6 is aimed at customers looking for a lower-cost alternative to Oracle

Grid adoption perks up

In the staid world of insurance companies, The Hartford is making a name for itself by lashing together 200 servers to create a powerful grid that's tackling compute-intensive financial analytics.

Study: Licensing stalls grid computing

A new report by The 451 Group suggests that the traditional per-CPU software licensing model is throwing a wrench in widespread adoption of grid computing.

Multicore may herald multi-problems

While no one disputes the extra power and performance that dual-core processors provide, there are still looming questions about what this means for enterprise software costs. Specifically, will the gains from multi-core processors be negated by additional software licensing costs?

Sun sheds light on Mad Hatter

Sun Microsystems Inc. gave a preview of its upcoming open source-based desktop suite on Wednesday

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