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Why Microsoft Bought LinkedIn.

While I’m generally pretty good at reading the M&A market in the HR Technology space, I admit that the announcement that venerable tech titan Microsoft was acquiring LinkedIn… 2,269 more words


Here's Upstart Infor's Latest Strategy For Competing With Oracle and SAP

One of the things that sets business software company Infor’s apart from its rivals is its four-year-old creative division that designs the user interfaces for the company’s inventory management, commerce, logistics, and financial management systems. 600 more words

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The Coolest Thing about ParkingHQ

As many of you may know, prior to 3M exiting the parking business, NextGen was one of the largest integrators of 3M/Federal APD Parking Access and Revenue Control (PARC) systems in the U.S.  357 more words

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The Evolution of the IoT Platform

Hype-cycles are well known phenomena to those who pay attention to high-tech markets. Since we are probably at a peak of the early IoT hype-cycle in 2016, it’s natural to expect this latest wave of technologies to evolve just like other tech categories have in the past, with the eventual market power and market value going to a few consolidated, independent, and market leading platform companies.  1,675 more words

Workplace Chat Tool Slack Reaches a New User Milestone

Is Slack the little workplace chat tool that could?

Despite its quirky design, Slack seems to continue to grow steadily and now has more than three million daily active users—on weekdays at least—up from just under two million six months ago. 172 more words


Shift Toward Cloud Computing A Major Trend Of Enterprise Software Market

Global Enterprise Software Market: Overview

Enterprise software is increasingly used by organizations across the globe and across most industry verticals for a number of line-of-business operations, including and not limited to human resources, business intelligence, manufacturing, customer relationship management, sales and service, planning, inventory and materials management, purchasing, finance and accounting, and marketing. 670 more words


How Baseball Legend Reggie Jackson Turned His Passion for Classic Cars Into a Business

This essay originally appeared in Data Sheet, Fortune’s daily tech newsletter. Sign up here.

First, a little disclaimer: The connection between Reggie Jackson and technology actually isn’t that tenuous. 439 more words