Daily Links 2/10/2010: SunGard Availability Services' CEO resigns

GSI Commerce Reports Fiscal 2009 Year and Fourth Quarter Operating Results (Business Wire)
GSI Commerce Q4 profit lags market, sees strong Q1 rev (Reuters)

BioClinica Announces Fourth Quarter and Year End 2009 Financial Results (Business Wire)

SunGard Availability Services' CEO resigns (Continuity Central)

An Open Letter To SAP Chairman Hasso Plattner (Information Week: Global CIO)

What SAP Needs After Apotheker (Business Week)

SAP to Split User Conference Between Europe, US (PC World)

Google Plans Ultrafast Internet Broadband
The search giant say it'll build experimental 1-gigabit-per-second broadband networks in a small number of test locations.
(Information Week)

T-Mo’s HSPA+ Upgrade to Hit the Coasts First

Motorola Ventures Invests in Zenverge
Zenverge secures funding to support production launch of industry's highest-performance transcoder integrated circuits
(PR Newswire)

Where Should We Hold The Next peHUB Shindig? (PE Hub)
Philadelphia is one of the 10 choices you can vote for online.

$7.2 Billion For Broadband Is Largely Unallocated
(WBUR Boston)

Karen Heller: In Norristown, sizzle gives way to substance (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Fiberlink Introduces MaaS360™ Visibility Service for Handhelds
New Offering Enables Unified Management of Blackberry® Devices
(Business Wire)

Our website just had a makeover (The TickekLeap Blog)

IMS Health 4Q profit shrinks (Associated Press via Google News)