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If many people working in business technology today don’t know Mort Rosenthal’s name, they probably should. Rosenthal founded a company called Corporate Software in 1983, and with it, a brand-new way for companies to purchase software from multiple vendors with one point of support and service for those brands. 464 more words
Shares of software giant Oracle are rising in after-hours trading following the company’s Q3 earnings report, which came in more or less in line with the estimates of analysts. 735 more words
American tech companies have come under deeper public scrutiny ever since Edward Snowden released documents suggesting U.S. spy agencies, including the National Security Agency, may have direct access to citizens’ data. 892 more words
You’ve got to feel for Nero.
The Roman emperor is best known for fiddling as the Eternal City burned, even though fiddles didn’t exist in Rome in 64 A.D. 674 more words
One financial metric discussed liberally by cloud software companies is the recurring revenue driven by subscriptions.
Slowly, but surely that model is permeating other industries, especially when it comes to selling services. 363 more words