Daily Links 4/9/2010: Accenture sees ERP deals up

Burke Snags $34 Million In 2009 Compensation
Comcast COO Pay Rose 50% Last Year
(Multichannel News)

Raze the mystery house
America needs clearer laws to regulate internet access
(The Economist)

FCC Shrugs Off Comcast Loss, Moves Forward On Broadband Plan
Luckily For FCC, Much Of The Plan Sets The Bar Low
(Broadband Reports)

Accenture: ERP, systems integration deals coming back (ZDNet Blogs)

SAP users see benefits to upgrades (Computerworld)

NextDocs Announces New Clinical Collaboration Portal
Version 3.7 Product Helps Life Sciences Organizations Manage Clinical Trials, Support External Collaboration
(Business Wire)

Microsoft's man in Malvern (Philly.com: Philly Deals)

BioClinica Launches WebSend and Creates Efficiencies for Clinical Trial Imaging Delivery
Transfers Clinical Trial Images and Tracks Status Via the Internet
(Business Wire)

HIStalk Mobile Interviews Scott Storrer (HIStalk)
Scott Storrer is President and CEO of MEDecision of Wayne.

Software's future breaks through the “clouds”
Cloud computing will solve procurement's IT infrastructure woes, and social media will improve collaboration, bidding, training and negotiations.

Frustrations With Cloud Computing Mount (IDG via New York