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The office productivity suite gets a new look and more functions to woo new customers.
Cisco and Macromedia are merging their audio and Web conferencing solutions into a product aimed at SMBs.
The PowerEdge 830 and 850 expand on the launch of the dual-core processor lineup.
Customer Relationship Management package adds subscription packages for hosted versions.
Eager to help what it calls underserved SMBs, Siebel adds industry-specific CRM editions to CRM OnDemand 6.
The company's partner program aims to fill in customer relationship management holes that other vendors aren't.
In a move designed to give IBM researchers and independent software vendors access to more than ten million small and mid-sized businesses in China, Big Blue opened an Innovation Center in Beijing.
The enterprise software giants takes aim at IBM and Microsoft's small business offerings with the launch of Oracle Application Server Standard Edition.
Google has spent a lot of development time on specialized search services. This week, Google made its local search services available to the general public, which means that having a Web destination for your small business is more important than ever.
The software maker is taking aim at Microsoft's SQL Server and IBM's DB2 Express lineup by cutting prices on its flagship database product. Analysts fortell of Oracles appeal to small- and mid-sized businesses.
After its purchase of software supplier J.D. Edwards, PeopleSoft is making good on a promise to provide enterprise-class storage and database services to the mid-market. PeopleSoft believes it trumps solutions from Oracle and IBM.
Microsoft, with the popularity it enjoys through the Office product line, has become one of several U.S. software companies who are positioned to capture a significant share of the SMB market.
Microsoft looks for new customers among small- to mid-sized companies. Meanwhile, Oracle trots out a single processor database for SMBs something to rival IBM's DB2 Express offering. For the big brands, success in the SMB market depends solely on their ability to deliver value.