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Embarcadero moves into data modeling with CA ERwin buy

Data modeling will become Embarcadero's largest revenue generator, according to the company

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Former US Secretary of State Powell joins Salesforce.com board

Powell is no tech newbie, having worked in venture capital since 2005

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Oracle rolls out 'iOS 7'-inspired visuals for Fusion Applications

Most users don't want or need all the features in Fusion's more complex original UI, according to one expert

Software CEO admits to scamming millions from investors in ersatz 'iTunes'

Wwebnet CEO Robert Kelly could face up to 40 years in prison after using company funds for his own use.

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Oracle to revamp schools ERP software, with an eye on Workday

Oracle Student Cloud and a new edition of PeopleSoft Campus Solutions are in the works

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SAP hopes to help Germany win World Cup with HANA

The software maker wants to show off its analytics capabilities

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Serena Software sold to private equity firm HGGC

The company last sold in 2006 for US$1.2 billion

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Eight eye-openers from Salesforce.com's annual report

CRM still accounts for "substantially all" of Salesforce.com's revenue

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SAP adds subscription pricing for Hana cloud services

The new options give customers more flexible ways to use the in-memory computing platform, SAP says

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State withholding $25.6 million from Oracle over health exchange website woes

Cover Oregon was supposed to go live Oct. 1 but still isn't fully functional

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Red Hat polishes business process management suite

Red Hat BPM Suite 6 features a new user interface from the company's 2012 Polymita acquisition

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Microsoft takes Dynamics ERP upmarket with Azure support, new services

Analyst: Microsoft is also now ready to go head-to-head with Salesforce.com in the CRM market

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Salesforce.com to add three data centers in Europe

Strong revenue growth in Europe prompted the investment, not NSA jitters, a spokesman says