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Salesforce.com Adds Complex Sales Features

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The integration of Cybrant technology will enable Salesforce.com hosted software customers to access more advanced sales capabilities including quoting, pricing, configuration, and guided selling.

Microsoft Brings .Net to Grid Computing

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Late last month, Sun Microsystems Inc. and IBM announced initiatives to meld grid computing technology with their Web services. Now Microsoft Corp. has joined the ranks of major vendors supporting grid computing as the next step toward delivering Web serv

Recruiting Grid for the E-Biz Arena

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Some industry leaders are looking to leverage Web services to move the advantages of grid computing from the academic realm to the commercial arena.

Sun Integrates Grid Engine, ONE

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Sun is integrating its software platforms for grid computing and services on demand.

Hosted CRM Takes Demo Spotlight

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Rivals Salesforce.com and UpShot are displaying enterprise-lass hosted customer relationship management software at the Demo 2002 conference this week.

Internet Insight: Girding for Grids

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Scheme promises big boost in computing power.

Open Source Is the Loom for Fabrics

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In the Fall of 1998, Erick and Linda von Schweber, founders of the Infomaniacs think tank, published an article in eWeek predicting the evolution of "a new wave in computing-one that we believe promises within the next five years to deliver alm

Veritas Upgrades Backup, Clustering Apps

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NetBackup Pro 3.5 faster on Windows; Cluster Server 2.0 adds AIX support.

Sun Takes Grid Computing to Next Level

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Sun released Tuesday its Grid Engine Enterprise Edition 5.3, an updated beta version of the company's widely adopted resource allocation software that already manages in excess of 118,000 CPUs.

The Processor Scavengers

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Distributed computing startups feed CPU-hungry applications.

In EdgeSuite Akamai Trusts

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Despite the economic slump, the death of a co-founder in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and other impediments, Akamai Technologies executives say their company will continue to evolve into an ambitious provider of edge computing to large businesses.

Amazon Sues to Block Exec Defection

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It may not have the makings of a Tom Clancy thriller, but the legal battle between Amazon.com and a key former employee with plans to defect to eBay adds another plot twist to the rivalry between two of the biggest competitors in online retailing.

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