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Archive for July, 2008

JP Morgan selects Oracle Distributed Document Capture

Posted by pridham on July 30, 2008

JP Morgan will implement ODDC to facilitate the electronic capture and management of a broad range of critical business documents including loan applications, financial statements, invoices and checks.

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BT buys Ribbit

Posted by pridham on July 30, 2008

BT is buying phone firm Ribbit for $105m, months before the Silicon Valley outfit’s service is even scheduled to launch to consumers.

Ribbit makes a development platform which eases creating or adding voice applications – for instance it has added voice to salesforce.com’s programs.

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Barclays and HBOS slash contractor rates

Posted by pridham on July 30, 2008

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Business Objects/SAP bungle leaves users in lurch

Posted by pridham on July 29, 2008

Business Objects users have been left confused and angry after a bungled attempt to merge their product support with a system serving SAP customers.

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Oracle turns up heat on SAP

Posted by pridham on July 29, 2008

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or read the Oracle version at http://www.oracle.com/sapsuit.

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Green IT Equals Greenbacks

Posted by pridham on July 26, 2008

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SOA Projects Surge to $52B in 2012

Posted by pridham on July 26, 2008

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How to Make Location-Based Applications Work for Your Enterprise

Posted by pridham on July 26, 2008

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Oracle Access Management updated

Posted by pridham on July 26, 2008

Includes

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Public sector to demand green suppliers

Posted by pridham on July 25, 2008

A new report from Kable says the public sector will make increasing demands on ICT suppliers to prove their environmental credentials.

It says the requirements will go beyond more energy efficient equipment, and that vendors providing a range of green benefits are best placed to win future business.

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