Openbravo CEO talks about the transition from Oracle to open source and from CTO to CEO.
Software giant announces plans to sell its enterprise resource planning software as a service, following rivals in the market.
The tough global economy may finally offer vendors of open-source software for enterprise resource planning the chance to demonstrate their value.
The industry's big ERP vendors don't want to have to deal with SaaS or open source because they don't know how to make money with them. But their loss is someone else's gain.
Openbravo just pulled in $12 million in second-round funding.
Is there a sinister anti-Linux end game behind SAP's Linux-based ERP appliance?
Microsoft has slashed the price of the Xbox One to £400, and thrown in a free game for good measure.
Microsoft has acquired social-monitioring analytics vendor Netbreeze and is readying the next two updates to its Dynamics CRM platform, officials announce at the Convergence conference.
In a wide-ranging interview at the D10 conference, the Oracle CEO opens up about the June 6 announcement of a new cloud-based platform and complete rewrites of CRM and ERP applications.
The software giant says that the four-month program will help early stage startups improve their businesses. Microsoft will not require equity stake in any of the firms.