Month: March 2012

The BSA’s “nauseating” anti-piracy tactics

We have often addressed the BSA and their piracy fighting tactics here on this blog as a warning sign for those who aren’t taking compliance as seriously as they should be. PC Pro Magazine recently wrote a story about a small business that was targeted by the BSA and the exact tactics that were used to strong arm them into an audit.

Oracle revenue grew 3%, but hardware sales not doing well

If you’ve been following Oracle’s 3rd quarter story yesterday, you know it’s all about the net income and revenue growth, but the hardware sales is not taking off. The hope is that the newly launched next-gen Fusion Apps will pull market share from the competition. Read more on ComputerWorld‘s Oracle net income rises 18%, but hardware sales slump.

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