...to buy-out whom. The data companies, such as IBM Corp., Oracle Corp. and Microsoft Corp. have between four and ten billion...
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...and pharmaceuticals and the largest players in the market in 2012 were IBM Corporation, SAS Institute Inc., Microsoft Corporation, SAP AG and Tableau Software Inc...
...new phenomenon" in their early days. Kennedy started his career at IBM, where he spent 21 years and helped develop the AS/400 minicomputer...
Ronald Staudt prepares for the long and slow fight to integrate technology into the legal industry, starting with law schools
Non-IT cyber-exposures are just as dangerous to businesses as data breaches
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
Friday Six-Pack: Microsoft reported new CEO, but he better not get comfortable. Homeland Security dealt a blow in effort to keep Internet kill switch under wraps. Snapchat spurns $3 billion offer fro
...around 1956” with a transistor-powered light switch. When the first IBM personal computer was introduced in 1981, Granat was focused on what desktop...
Zettaset lawyer Spencer Hosie claims Intel led his client on for nearly a year promising collaboration — and then ripped off its technology
Originally Published: The Recorder
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