Daily Links 7/12/2011: Workday enters market for Higher Ed administrative systems

Octagon Research Solutions, Inc. Advances Regulatory Cloud Strategy, Expands Internationally (Business Wire)

Cigna adding Conn. jobs, stirring concerns about Phila. staffing
(Philadelphia Inquirer)
Update: Cigna announces its moving corporate headquarters from Philadelphia to Connecticut

Verklin Out At Canoe, Timko Named Interim CEO
MSO-Owned Advertising Venture Has Yet to Show Traction
(Multichannel News)

Philadelphia newspapers unveil plans to deliver subsidized Android tablets to subscribers (Liliputing)
Includes video of yesterday's press conference.

Workday Delivers First Unified Higher Education Administrative Solution in the Cloud (Workday Press Release)
Sounds as if Workday is going right after SunGard Higher Ed and Oracle Peoplesoft.

SunGard Higher Education Launches Integration Certification Program for Collaborative Member Solutions (SunGard Press Release)

MyYearbook chases engagement, games and mobile for social networking success (Gigaom)
Story totally misses the fact that myYearbook is geared towards teens.

Turntable.fm Has Lots Of Buzz, But Will The Labels Crush It? (paidContent)

Google Hand Holding Brings Pharma to YouTube (ClickZ)

Janney Montgomery Scott settles SEC charges (AP via Business Week)

Dealtalk: Barnes & Noble won't get better bid than Malone's (Reuters)