It's probably a little early to be looking for implications of Oracle buying Sun (no, it's official, here's the [URL="http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/press/018363"]press release[/URL]). They've only just confirmed it's happening, and as one of the journalists who covered Novell buying Lotus many years ago I can confirm things aren't done until they're done, frankly. A few things spring to mind, though. First there will be much talk of useful synergies between the two. Second, there will be a strong company coming out of this. That aside, however, there will be more. First it's almost certainly going to be seen as a blow to …

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[URL="http://www.zoho.com"]Zoho[/URL], makers of an online office suite and business tools, aimed mostly at small to medium sized businesses, made its best effort to make a big splash last week when it announced it was introducing an enterprise version of the Zoho CRM product. Unfortunately, Zoho’s announcement was timed in the same week that [URL="http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2008/04/posted-by-scott-mcmullan-google-apps.html"]Google and Salesforce.com announced their partnership[/URL] and Microsoft was having its MVP meetings. As a result, it got lost in the shuffle. Zoho hopes to take on [URL="http://www.salesforce.com"]SalesForce[/URL] in the Software as a Service-CRM space, and to hear Zoho tell it, it has a competitive product. I …

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[url=http://www.sun.com]Sun Microsystems[/url], the pioneers of the Java technology, announced today that auto maker General Motors has chosen the Java ES to provide an “integrated software environment

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