SAP Changes Continue – 10 Predictions for 2010 (The Forrester Blog for Vendor Strategy Professionals)

Laptops Galore Await Show Attendees in Hanover (PCWorld)
New SAP co-CEO McDermott to give keynote speech at CeBIT next week.

SAP ecosystem: going direct for SMBs (ZDNet Blogs)

myYearbook Revenue at $20 Million Annually and Growing (Mashable)

Franklin Electronic Publishers goes private (Philadelphia
Business Journal: Technology Blog)

IMS Health Announces Completion of Acquisition by Affiliates of TPG and the CPP Investment Board (Business Wire)

Comcast Proposes Its God Box (Light Reading Cable)

Top Issues at Comcast-NBCU Hearing Pt. II: Jobs, Independent Programming, and Diversity (Comcast Voices/Official Comcast Blog)

Clearwire: 2 Million Subs By End Of 2010
Tallies 46,000 Wholesale Customers From Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Sprint
(Multichannel News)


Philly area companies Boomi, Kenexa, Fiberlink Communications named CODiE award finalists

Philly area companies Boomi of Berwyn, Kenexa of Wayne, and Fiberlink Communications of Blue Bell have been nominated as finalists for the Software & Information Industry Association's(SIIA) CODiE awards in the categories relating to software products and services.
Boomi's AtomSphere was chosen in two categories: Best Application Integration Solution, and Best Cloud Infrastructure Software. Kenexa's Recruiter BrassRing ‐ Release 12 was chosen in the Best Human Capital Management Solution category, and Fiberlink's MaaS360 Mobile Serivce was selected in the Best Mobile Enterprise Solution category.
Winners will be announced at the CODiE Awards Lunch on May 11 in San Francisco. A complete list of finalists can be viewed here.