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When Cisco, HP, IBM and Dell invaded each other's spaces

Not so long ago Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) was the foremost networking gear provider, and it pretty much stuck to its knitting, partnering with Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) and IBM (NASDAQ: IBM) (and, to a

DoD, VA open up to Android tablets, smartphones

U.S. government agencies have moved to adopt consumer tablets and smartphones. The Department of Defense (DoD) has approved the use of Dell's Android-based mobile OS, a move that is expected to pave

Dell courts the enterprise at Dell World

Dell has just hosted its first major industry event, with a bevy of heavy-hitting CEOs--including Steve Ballmer, Paul Otellini and Marc Benioff--lining up to speak. There was no better time for the

Tributes to Steve Jobs, 1955-2011

Steve Jobs died Wednesday at the age of 56. Apple, the company that he co-founded with Steve Wozniak in 1976, announced that it "has lost a visionary and a creative genius, and the world has lost an

University of Kentucky tries out ERP in the cloud

The University of Kentucky is fairly typical among public institutions in that cost-cutting remains high on management's priority list. For the university's CIO, Vince Kellen, one potential way to

HP: Goodbye PCs, hello Autonomy, R.I.P. webOS devices

HP (NYSE: HPQ) flooded the world with news Thursday, announcing plans to spin off its PC business, spend $10.25 billion for software company Autonomy and close up shop on webOS devices. With its

Which tech giants will last as long as IBM?

The magic behind IBM's (NYSE: IBM) longevity lies in its organizing principle, which is to develop strategy based on an idea, rather than a specific product or technology. The Economist takes a look

Dell, HP, Microsoft pile on Apple criticism

Dell, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) and Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) took turns taking jabs at Apple's (NASDAQ: APPL) iPad this week, prompting accusations of desperation from all corners of the

Microsoft rolling out first major Windows Phone 7 update in phases

Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT) first major update to the Windows Phone 7 will happen slowly to make sure there aren't any snafus like customers experienced in February when they downloaded WP7's very

Why Carlyle Group opted for a hosted ERP

When the Carlyle Group went to upgrade its ERP system, it would have had to hire at least six new IT pros to meet its stringent, round-the-clock requirements. Instead, it opted for a hosted solution,