Globalization Software Success in 2010
Jacob Hsu of Symbio explains the benefits of “innovation outsourcing without borders” in this post to the SandHill.com Blog on offshoring best practices.
Future-Proof Your Licensing - Part 2
Cris Wendt of Flexera looks at the trends that are increasing competition in the software industry and how embracing a software license business framework can deliver a competitive advantage in this post to the SandHill.com Blog on software pricing best practices.
Top 5 Cloud Strategies for CIOs
Kamesh Pemmaraju shares approaches for enterprise cloud computing adoption and Gartner’s perspective on the impact of open source on cloud computing in this post to his SandHill.com Blog, Leaders in the Cloud.
M&A Teams: When Small is Beautiful
Large M&A departments aren't essential for making successful acquisitions. Read why in this article from The McKinsey Quarterly.
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Top Stories from the Past Week
- Venture investment rises in first quarter. (News.com)
- US tech industry in recovery mode (News.com)
- Adobe CS5 debuts under Apple-shaped cloud (InformationWeek)
- Infosys sales rise most since 2008, shares jump (BusinessWeek)
- Google, Microsoft rivalry heats up over Docs (SFGate)
The Latest Software Business News on SandHill.com
All Headlines: Is Oracle sailing the $7B Sun ship onto the rocks?
VC Activity: Demandware receives $7 million.
M&A Deals: NetApp to buy storage software maker, Bycast.
Executive Moves: Mike Morini named CEO of Aria Systems.
Quote of the Week
“The psychology and sentiment of entrepreneurs and venture capital investors continues to improve, albeit cautiously."
- CB Insights on the recent VC investment environment
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