Daily Links 3/26/2012: Datatel/SunGard HE gets new name; SAP boots some top China execs on compliance violations



Ellucian: New Company Name Announced for Datatel and SunGard Higher Education Combination(Business Wire)

SAP Says China Growth Not Hurt by Managers Leaving on Violations (Bloomberg)

Oracle DB under threat? (Dennis Howlett/ZDNet Blogs)

Oracle set to update analytics strategy, go after SAP customers (Network World)

SAP Releases New Sustainability Report (PR Newswire)

SAS Makes Its Bid to Democratize Data Analysis (New York Times: Bits)

QlikTech price list puts pressure on BI industry (SearchBusinessAnalytics)

InstaMed another Phila. tech firm on the upswing (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Verizon, cable ops shed light on AWS, marketing deals (Wireless Week via CED Magazine)

TiVo Sues Time Warner Cable And Motorola
DVR Maker Amends Countersuit Against Motorola to Include Patent-Infringement Claims Against MSO
(Multichannel News)

Set-top box future remains present concern (FierceCable)

Xbox 360's Comcast Xfinity TV app in beta testing, won't count against data caps when it launches (Engadget)

Philly Internet-Based Theater Company Lives Between Cyberspace and the Stage (Mashable)

Villanova University Conducts Most Comprehensive NFC Access Control Trial to Date (PR Web)



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