Daily Links 3/16/2012: Philly-based Ascentive Agrees To $9.6M 'Scareware' Settlement



SAP aims to become major database software maker (Reuters)
Announcement planned for April 10.

SAP Steps Up Commitment To Predictive Analytics
SAP BusinessObjects Predictive Analysis will integrate with Hana, take on SAS and IBM SPSS modeling and analysis tools.
(Information Week)

Analysis: Analysts worry that something's amiss at Oracle (Reuters)

An Update on the Infor – Salesforce Partnership (Michael Fauscette/Enterprise Irregulars)

NJ VENTURE FUND INVESTMENTS OFFER EARLY STAGE TECH COMPANIES (NJTC TechWire)
Invests in Osage and NextStage funds; both PA firms will open New Jersey offices.

Apple Enthusiasts Camp Out For The New iPad (CBS Philly)

RIAA chief: ISPs to start policing copyright by July 1 (CNET News)

Philly-based Ascentive Agrees To $9.6M 'Scareware' Settlement
(MediaPost News)

Verizon offering EBIF-based NCAA bracket app (CED Magazine)

Data, Analysis, Research Power Comcast SportsNet Sales (Broadcasting & Cable)



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