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Net Woes for NetWare
Novell warned financial analysts of lower-than-expected revenues for the second quarter of 2000, as sales declined. This doesn’t bode well for NetWare.
: Net Woes for NetWare Net Woes for NetWare C. McNulty - May 22, 2000 Read Comments C. McNulty - May 22, 2000 Event Summary PROVO, Utah -May 2, 2000 - Novell, Inc. (NASDAQ:NOVL) announced that it will report significantly lower-than-anticipated revenue and earnings for its second fiscal quarter ended April 30, 2000. The company expects to report total revenue of over just $300 million and earnings of approximately $0.08 per share, including the benefit of a $35 million royalty payment from Caldera, Inc. the
Got Big Data? Net Big Dollars!
Data is growing at unprecedented rates. Data on customers, producers, underwriting, claims, and service providers is just part of the picture. This increase is being driven by social media and mobile devices adding text and other nonstructured, as well as structured, data. Read this report to find out about the tremendous payback that comes from managing huge repositories of data.
: Got Big Data? Net Big Dollars! Got Big Data? Net Big Dollars! Source: Mindshare Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: Data is growing at unprecedented rates. Data on customers, producers, underwriting, claims, and service providers is just part of the picture. This increase is being driven by social media and mobile devices adding text and other nonstructured, as well as structured, data. Read this report to find out about the tremendous payback that comes from managing huge repositories of
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Case Study: NET
Founded in 1983, Network Equipment Technlogies (NET) provides network and voice exchange solutions for government and enterprise customers worldwide. To increase its operational efficiency, cut costs, and improve government reporting and compliance capabilities, NET needed a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Find out how switching to Microsoft Dynamics AX has helped NET save an estimated $1.5 million (USD).
: Case Study: NET Case Study: NET Source: Microsoft Document Type: Case Study Description: Founded in 1983, Network Equipment Technlogies (NET) provides network and voice exchange solutions for government and enterprise customers worldwide. To increase its operational efficiency, cut costs, and improve government reporting and compliance capabilities, NET needed a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Find out how switching to Microsoft Dynamics AX has helped NET save an estimated $1.5 million
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The Net Market of the August Moon
Calico Commerce has opened up a subsidiary to sell its business-to-business software products to the Japanese market.
: The Net Market of the August Moon The Net Market of the August Moon D. Geller - August 2, 2000 Read Comments D. Geller - August 2, 2000 Event Summary Whether you think of it as 10,800,000,000,000 (10.8 quadrillion yen) or as merely $100 billion, the B2B opportunities in Japan are tremendous. Calico Commerce intends to be a major power behind that flow of currency by providing tools to build net marketplaces, and has announced the opening of Calico Japan K.K., a wholly owned subsidiary. Calico Japan will
Is ROI King In Evaluating IT Investments? Part 1. Should We Make the Investment?
IT managers should recognize that cash flow measurements are being increasingly used to evaluate IT investments, even though initial estimates of cash flows from IT projects are often hard to determine because underlying business assumptions can change. IT veterans all know that reconciling IT investments to the bottom line has been problematic.
: that result in increased net cash flows (returns that exceed the cost of the initial investment) are the ones that businesses want to make. Companies often establish cash flow improvement thresholds using one of two financial analysis tools: NPV (Net Present Value) tells you how much richer in terms of dollars you will become by making the investment. Internal Rate of Return (IRR) calculates the discount rate percentage generated by the project. In IRR calculations the greater the discount rate
J.D. Edwards’ Mixed Blessings
On August 23, J.D. Edwards reported financial results for the third quarter ended July 31, 2000. Despite notable license fee revenue growth of 56% over the same period last year, the net loss for the Q3 2000 was a hefty $22.6 million.
: quarter of fiscal 1999. Net loss for the Q3 2000 was $22.6 million, compared to a net loss of $33.2 million, in the same period last year. Figure 1. J.D. Edwards has also begun its strategic restructuring aimed at reducing costs and strengthening the company s position as a leading provider of software solutions for collaborative commerce. The company recorded a charge of $30.1 million in the third quarter of fiscal 2000 for restructuring and related items. J.D. Edwards claims it has been targeting its
Application Outsourcing, BPO, eBusiness and TeamSourcing
: Systel offers four services in the category of outsourcing application software.Applications Outsourcing provides a full life cycle approach to development, enhancements, maintenance, integration, and technology transformation.
Sun’s Java Won’t Be In Microsoft’s .NET – Complicate Your Integration? You .BET
Sun and Microsoft have announced a settlement in Sun’s lawsuit regarding Microsoft’s use of Java technology. Microsoft was given the choice of conforming to the Java standard or opting out and they chose to opt out. Under terms of the agreement Microsoft cannot use Java in their forthcoming .NET initiative. Of course both vendors claim victory, but inevitably it will be the customer who loses.
: Won’t Be In Microsoft’s .NET – Complicate Your Integration? You .BET Sun’s Java Won’t Be In Microsoft’s .NET – Complicate Your Integration? You .BET M. Reed - February 19, 2001 Read Comments Sun’s Java Won t Be In Microsoft s .NET Complicate Your Integration? You .BET M. Reed - February 20, 2001 Event Summary Just when you thought there was a single standard for something , Sun Microsystems Inc. and Microsoft Corporation recently announced a settlement in Sun s lawsuit regarding
Microsoft Certified Fresh
On July 14, 2000, at the Fusion 2000 business symposium, Microsoft Corp. announced new tools and programs to support the growing application hosting market. Application service providers (ASPs) can take advantage of new technical resources, partnerships, licensing and certification programs.
: toward Microsoft s recently announced .NET strategy. Over 65 ASP, ISV and systems integrator partners have announced support for Microsoft s platform and applications. Tools, Partners and Support to Help Develop and Deploy Applications : Guide to Developing and Hosting Web Applications - To facilitate the development and deployment of hosted Web applications on the Microsoft platform, Microsoft is offering their Guide to Developing and Hosting Web Applications. The guide was created for ISVs, customer
Oracle Sails Despite Market’s Low Tide; How Far Will It Go?
For the time being, Oracle seems to have defied a global trend toward a slowdown in the technology market, which even its archrival, Microsoft, could not avoid. Is it only a matter of time before economic realities knock on Oracle’s door?
: announced that second quarter net income increased 62% to $623 million, while revenue grew 14.5% to $2.7 billion. This compares to $2.3 billion in revenue and $384 million in net income in Q2 last year. Applications software sales increased 66% to $279 million, while database software sales grew 19% to $775 million. Total software license revenue was up 25% to $1.1 billion, while total service revenue increased 9% to $1.5 billion for the quarter (See Figure 1). Figure 1. Our applications business is
Oracle Reports Strong Profits
On December 14, Oracle Corporation announced record second quarter results for the period ended November 30, 1999. For the quarter, net income increased 40% to $384 million, or $0.26 per share, while total revenue grew to $2.3 billion. This compares to net income of $274 million, or $0.19 per share, and revenue of $2.1 billion for the same period a year ago.
: database software giant said net income for the quarter, ended Nov. 30, rose 40 percent to $384 million, or 26 cents a diluted share, compared with $274 million, or 19 cents a share in the same period last year. Securities analysts were officially predicting Oracle would earn 22 cents a share, according to First Call Corp., although many had quietly raised their estimates a few pennies after an upbeat briefing Nov. 16 by Oracle executives. Revenue increased to $2.3 billion in the quarter, compared with $2
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