Businessweek
May 19, 2009
Conventional wisdom says being first to market creates a competitive advantage. Reality is more complicated. Market opportunities are constantly opening and closing, and a hit idea at one point could be a dud a year earlier or a yawning "me too" business a year later. It's tough—likely impossible—to pinpoint the best moment to enter a market, but common sense dictates new entrepreneurs can improve their odds if they weigh how much they stand to gain or lose by waiting.
SearchCIO
May 14, 2009
For enterprise organizations with sprawling global operations, spend management software and cost transparency tools can help CIOs gain insight.
TheStreet.com
May 12, 2009
Rumors that Microsoft is planning to buy SAP may be wide of the mark, but the German software giant is still seen as a key player in a turbulent tech landscape.
eWEEK
April 27, 2009
In this eWEEK podcast hosted by Mike Vizard, Apptio CEO Sunny Gupta explains how IT organizations can get a handle on the real costs of cloud computing.
InfoWorld
March 16, 2009
Tough times call for tough measures. Layoffs and cutbacks are rampant. Even if your IT budget is relatively stable, you will probably be asked to do more with less. But perhaps a better solution would be to do less with less -- to scale back on over-allocated services, curtail unnecessary capital expenditures, and clean house of legacy apps and orphaned software. This may be your opportunity to show the organization how it can save money using open source software, virtualization, cloud computing, or SaaS.

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