Software

Obama administration advises Supreme Court not to review the case.
Promoting services capability to spread the technology.
From tablets to SaaS to analytics.
Loss of e-Tax work squeezes sales at DWS 
ATO overhauling 15-year-old software.
 
The five weirdest Kickstarter campaigns 
From talking desks to ghost hunting apps, we look at five of the weirdest Kickstarter campaigns
 
Microsoft's $55 billion offer for Salesforce was rejected 
 
HP posts sales drop as it preps for split 
 
Salesforce CEO tears into SAP's 'lack of innovation' 
 
Bluechip introduces Accelerite to Australian channel 
Indirect sales debut for end-point management software.
 
VMware brings cloud desktop service to Australia 
Horizon Air claims 'most geographically diverse DaaS' tag.
 
SAP chief: 'No one wants you, Salesforce' 
We certainly don't, says Bill McDermott.
 
Microsoft reveals who gets free Windows 10 upgrade 
 
Autodesk forecasts profit below estimates 
Two-thirds of revenue from outside Americas.
 
Sydney IT provider rides shotgun with Navman 
ASX-listed Invigor to provide analytics.
 
Microsoft's Pip Marlow codes her first computer program 
 
Distribution Central parts ways with Splunk 
DNA Connect is now sole distributor in Australia.
 
Ingram gets exclusive Australian rights for AppSense 
Distie now 'virtualisation one-stop shop'.
 
Hundreds of students flock to Microsoft #WeSpeakCode 
[Photos] Malcolm Turnbull and Pip Marlow promote programming.
 
From AFL to channel: Microsoft 'silver bullet' unveiled 
Motopia chasing thousands of Access databases.
 
Who was at Pegasystems' first Aussie partner forum? 
[Photos] Software vendor flies in special guest to Sydney on 13 May.
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CRN Magazine

Issue: 338 | May 2015

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.