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  • SAP is ready for some football

    Your next conversation with your CEO or CFO about a new ERP system might go a little easier, thanks to a new ad campaign by SAP. The software giant is wooing your boss during NFL games. The ad is catchy, but to some experts, SAP's strategy is questio... 

  • IBM aims consulting services at the midmarket

    With a new suite of "service products," IBM hopes to make it easier and cheaper for the midmarket to buy its consulting services. 

  • Gartner: Existing business continuity plans will fail in a pandemic

    Existing business continuity plans will not protect a company during an avian flu pandemic, says a Gartner analyst. Business continuity plans assume a geographically specific disaster, while a pandemic will strike everywhere nearly simultaneously. 

  • Sports cars, yacht part of CA's suit against Kumar

    CA sued former chairman and convicted criminal Sanjay Kumar for the $14.9 million it says it spent on his legal defense. In its efforts to recoup the money, the company also asked to use as security many accoutrements enjoyed by Kumar, should he lose... 

  • CA sues ex-CEO for repayment of $14.9 million

    Business software maker CA Inc. is suing convicted former CEO Sanjay Kumar, seeking repayment of $14.9 million it says it fronted for his legal defense, according to court documents. 

  • ERP consolidation may threaten innovation in application development

    AMR research analyst Jim Shepherd and two top IT executives sound off on the pluses and perils of consolidation in the ERP space at AMR's recent conference in Boston. 

  • IT spending: CIOs optimistic despite economic warning signs

    A positive economic outlook has CIOs feeling rosy about their IT spending next year, but economists warn shrinking corporate profit growth could burst their bubble. 

  • Users eye iPods as cool enterprise tools

    The holidays may bring a flood of new consumer gadgets into the enterprise. New research shows that corporate IT should find ways to include them. 

  • CIOs slowly embracing SaaS

    CIOs who fail to adopt SaaS could face backlash from users who are already adopting it in droves. 

  • The FAQs on ITIL version 3

    Version 3 of the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) is in the works and will be published in late spring 2007. This updated version will focus more on service design, versus process. In his latest column, ITIL expert Brian Johnson answers some FAQs abo...