Chris KanaracusU.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service

Chris Kanaracus covers enterprise software and general technology breaking news for the IDG News Service, and is based in Boston.

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Enterprise software, devices to drive IT spending growth this year, Gartner says

Companies will start pulling the trigger on projects they planned in 2013, according to a Gartner analyst

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Oracle overtakes IBM as second-largest software vendor, Gartner says

Global spending on software grew 4.8 percent overall last year

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Many SAP customers struggling to figure out its mobility strategy, user survey finds

SAP pledges to provide more clarity on its mobile offerings

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Healthcare.gov experiences maintenance outage on deadline day

Technicians took the site down in order to fix a software bug, but it's a last-minute embarrassment.

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Cointrust CEO says his technology can take Bitcoin mainstream

The stealth-mode startup by serial entrepreneur Steve Kirsch will make an initial product launch later this year

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SugarCRM links up with Dun & Bradstreet for contact data

The move helps SugarCRM keep pace with Microsoft, Oracle and Salesforce.com in CRM

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SAP buys Fieldglass for temp worker management

The Fieldglass platform will be combined with SAP's Ariba and SuccessFactors software

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Infor goes all-in with Amazon Web Services for cloud ERP

Analyst calls Infor's move a 'vote of confidence' regarding AWS' maturity

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SAP rolls out 'smart' new way to do data warehousing

The update to Business Warehouse incorporates what SAP calls an in-memory data fabric

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SAP to resell Adobe's marketing suite in strike against Salesforce.com, Oracle

The partnership gives SAP additional capabilities without the burden of an acquisition

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Reforms promised, officials removed following audit of troubled Obamacare site built by Oracle

The report finds both Oracle's consulting team and state officials are culpable for problems with the site

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Ex-Autonomy chief Lynch slams HP, CEO Whitman ahead of shareholder meeting

Lynch: Whitman has kept shareholders in the dark regarding its Autonomy accounting claims

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Oracle reverses decline in hardware revenue during Q3

Engineered system sales push hardware product revenue up 8 percent

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Ex-head of troubled health insurance site developed by Oracle may sue, citing 'cover-up'

State officials allegedly tried to shift blame for Cover Oregon's woes to Oracle and the ex-health authority CIO

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Feds slam both Oracle, state officials for problems with troubled health care exchange

The scathing report by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is just the latest twist in the Cover Oregon controversy