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Thought-Provoking Commentary for the Lawson Software Community
For years we’ve heard the rumors. IBM is going to buy Lawson. Oracle is going to buy Lawson. HP is going to buy Lawson.
For larger enterprise applications, you typically sign (and pay for) an annual maintenance agreement covering day-to-day support and/or updates. Or do you?
I was going to leave well enough alone. I’m not an Apple user, and not at all affected by the recent flap over the iPhone4 antenna problems. But then I saw this headline:
I read an interesting article recently in Harvard Business Review: http://hbr.org/2010/04/the-acceleration-trap/
In case you haven’t noticed, the world is spinning faster–at least it often seems that way.
You’ve no doubt heard the news: Carl Icahn has “taken a stake” in Lawson Software (NASDAQ:LWSN).
You’re probably still dizzy, having just finished your Time Accrual to Absence Management upgrade. And it doesn’t seem that long ago that we went through that frenetic cycle of LSF9 and 9.0 Apps upgrades. Well, get ready folks–there’s more to come, with no foreseeable end in sight.
One of the people I pay attention to in the tech world is John C. Dvorak. While he’s not always right, he does provoke our thought process when it comes to technology.
Seth Godin is the EF Hutton for our era. When he speaks, I certainly listen—and you should as well.
I found this recent Lawson press release announcing the hire of a new VP to be curious. Read more of this post
No, this post has nothing to do with Lawson. Except that Lawson S3 supported databases include both Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server.