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Wireless Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands!
The Palm VII is a logical wireless extension of the Palm Pilot platform. The Palm VII is a data-driven device allowing access to such information as news, sports, weather, e-mail, driving directions, and yellow pages.

PALM BEACH POST: Wireless Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands! Wireless Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands! P. Hayes - June 26, 2000 Read Comments P. Hayes - June 26, 2000 Product Background 3Com introduced the Palm VII Wireless PDA in early 1999. The device initially retailed for $599 (MSRP) USD with an expensive wireless monthly service fee. In October of 1999 prior to the Palm spin-off, 3Com cut not only the cost of the device from $599 to $499, but also lowered the cost of service due to complaints from the end user population of
6/26/2000

Symbian, Microsoft Try to Slap Palm Around
Palm Computing’s PalmPCs will be facing stiff competition from Microsoft and the Symbian consortium, each of which is trying to grab a large share of the handheld PDA (personal digital assistant) market. Palm presently holds the 80% of the market

PALM BEACH POST: Microsoft Try to Slap Palm Around Symbian, Microsoft Try to Slap Palm Around R. Krause - March 27, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary Microsoft is preparing to ship their revamped Windows CE product line, the new PocketPC, in an attempt to capture handheld device market share from PalmOS, the current leader. The new devices are slated to ship sometime in April, and will run Pocket Word (PWord), Pocket Excel (PExcel), and Pocket Explorer, as well as sport a new graphical interface (code-named Rapier).
3/27/2000

Sony Picks Palm OS
Sony announced plans to build new Palm OS-based hand-held gadgets that could allow people to view videos, listen to music and organize information, thereby shutting out Windows CE.

PALM BEACH POST: Sony Picks Palm OS Sony Picks Palm OS R. Krause - November 17, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary Associated Press, 11/16/99 LAS VEGAS - In a major snub to Microsoft Corp., Sony unmasked plans yesterday to build new hand-held gadgets that could allow people to view videos, listen to music and organize information - without the help of the Windows operating system. The Japanese consumer electronics giant instead chose the Palm operating program to run the basic functions of the devices, advancing the 3Com
11/17/1999

Palm to Give Developers a Leg Up
Palm, Inc. announced a new initiative to help designers and developers increase the quantity and speed of bringing Palm-based products to market.

PALM BEACH POST: Palm to Give Developers a Leg Up Palm to Give Developers a Leg Up R. Krause - December 12, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - December 12, 2000 Event Summary Palm, Inc. has announced PluggedIn@Palm , a program aimed at helping Palm-based developers create hardware and software add-ons for the Palm OS and compatible handheld devices. Palm will help developers in all phases of product development: Concept Phase - development kits Development Phase - prototyping help Production Phase - introductions to
12/12/2000

Microsoft’s Latest Acquisitions: Who Benefits? » The TEC Blog
Microsoft’s Latest Acquisitions: Who Benefits? » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn more

PALM BEACH POST: enterprise resource planning, ERP, microsoft dynamics ax, retail solutions, To Increase, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
05-10-2009

Pacific Applications Partners with TEC to Provide Enhanced Software Selection Services
Seal Beach, CA — May 4, 2011 — Pacific Applications has become a Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) Preferred Partner. This agreement enables Paci...

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Business Solutions of the Future » The TEC Blog
scientific methods, from chiromancy (palm reading), aleuromancy (fortune cookies), and other - mancies , to the three Ps (possible, probable, and preferable futures) and a W (or wildcard—low-probability events with a high impact on the future) used in futurology . Without trying to create a “CRMorology” or “ERPmancy”, I aim to write a series of articles about the future of business software. Since this concerns everyone—and because I’m not Nostradamus or Hari Seldon (Asimov’s famous

PALM BEACH POST: business, Cloud, CRM, ERP, future, integration, millennial, opaas, paas, SaaS, Security, solution, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
17-07-2009

Sales Force Automation (SFA) Software Evaluation Report


PALM BEACH POST: Sales Force Automation (SFA) Software Evaluation Report allows you to compare and analyze the features, functions, and services of multiple enterprise software solutions. Vendor responses are comprehensively rated on their level of support of for each criterion (supported, not supported, customization, future releases, etc.) to ensure you make and accurate and informed decision.

How Do You Categorize Notebooks?
The notebook computer market has become one of the remaining battlegrounds for computer manufacturers. Our purpose here is to define the notebook market segments, describe what the general characteristics of each segment are, and to give users an idea of what features they can expect for each segment.

PALM BEACH POST: market. If handheld devices (Palm, Pocket PC, smart cell phones) are included, then this market has arguably the broadest range of product features. In this note, we will focus solely on the traditional notebook market. Most users already understand that the term notebook encompasses a wide variety of features. Our purpose here is to define the notebook market segments, describe what the general characteristics of each segment are, and to give users an idea of what features they can expect for each s
9/25/2000

A Customer Relationship Management Solution Aims To Cover all the Bases
Surado Solutions aims to provide a complete customer relationship management suite. We'll analyze Surado CRM 5.0 from the perspectives of core functionality, its distinguishing factors, and the challenges users may face when considering the Surado solution.

PALM BEACH POST: and schedule data with Palm and Pocket PC devices, including personal digital assistants (PDAs) and mobile telephones; salespeople can also access information with any Internet connection, through web-enabled modules. Challenges When conducting an enterprise evaluation selection, it is important to thoroughly assess the organization s needs, and create a shortlist of vendors that can best meet them. Based on the features described in this report, Surado appears to cover all of its bases, by offering a
8/17/2006

Intel s New Best Friend for Web Appliances is Linux
Intel has announced a brand of Web appliances that don't use Microsoft's Windows operating software. Instead, the new devices will run on the Linux operating system, which many customers are concluding is ideal for simple Web-surfing machines.

PALM BEACH POST: Redmond s problems. With the Palm OS owning approximately 80% of the handheld market, with Windows CE a distant second, Microsoft risks being consigned to the middle of the market, with Unix and various enterprise-class OSes at the high end. We expect one of the immediate effects to be an aggressive Microsoft push of Windows CE. In addition, this announcement may cause Microsoft to reduce prices significantly for its non-CE operating systems, although we think that unlikely (25% probability). What we
1/20/2000


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