Daily Links 2/2/2011: Marin County files RICO suit against SAP, Deloitte

Marin County alleges SAP, Deloitte engaged in racketeering (Computerworld)
RICO suite. Somewhat surprising to see SAP included, since most reports I had read had laid the blame more on Deloitte rather than SAP.

Two Hints at Stepped-Up Media Rivalry in Online Streaming (New York Times)

Comcast App Now Playing Video On iPads
Streaming Content Includes Shows and Movies from HBO, Turner, Showtime, Starz
(Multichannel News)

Comcast Versus President Davis to Exit Sports Channel After NBC Merger (Bloomberg)

Mark Lazarus Named President of NBC Sports Cable Group (Press Release via Hollywood Reporter)
Ebersol names management team for newly formed NBC Sports Group.

NBC Sports Group restructures in wake of Comcast deal (LA Times: Company Town)

Time Warner Cable Buys Enterprise Hosting And Cloud Services Company NaviSite For $230M (TechCrunch)

U.S. court rejects Verizon request for same judges (Reuters)

Unisys' 4th-quarter profit falls 13 percent (Bloomberg)

SunGard Availability Services Announces General Availability of Enterprise Cloud Services (PR Newswire)

Gartner Quadrant Reports BI Split (Information
QlikTech in Gartner's Leaders Quadrant for first time.

Epocrates shares rise on higher IPO pricing (AP via Forbes)

U.S. Tries Open-Source Model for Health Data Systems (New York Times: Bits)

SAP Extends Ecosystem via Google Docs Alliance (IT Business Edge)

iPads become reality in Wharton classrooms (Daily Pennsylvanian)