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Giclee print on 210g superdry satin paperreverse mounted on 3mm acrylicImage size: 575 x 373mmPaper size: 735 x 533mmEdition of 200, signed and numbered : 250 inclusive of VATJane BirkinCharles Bell GalleryRESOURCESWhite PapersWebinarsInFocus FeaturesAnalyst's CornerCalendar of EventsCTIA Show NewsResource GuideJobZonePrevious IssuesEditorial GuidelinesFor Our Advertisers04 Editorial CalendarFor Search PartnersAbout UsPrimediaTelecom WorldWIRELESS REVIEW04 Editorial CalendarFlower Posters Art PrintsJoely FisherSitting Ducks for Game Boy Advance, shopping, Sitting Ducks for Game Boy Advance reviews, online shopping,Sitting Ducks for Game Boy Advance review,comparison shopping,Sitting Ducks for Game Boy Advance ratings,comparison shop,product review,consumer reviews,lowest prices,best prices,compare pricesNarrow your search: : Height: Width:SearchAll ProductsAnimeKorean ProductsJapanese ProductsChinese ProductsWestern ProductsHumphreys, Chris - Scenic photographs of the Golden Gate Bridge, African wildlife, and underwater photographs from various locations.JumpstartWhat's new:Software spending is flat, making it harder for small companies to survive, and making the big players restless.Bottom line:Analysts foresee an increase in consolidation in the enterprise software arena, as the giants aim to become one-stop shops for more customers.Sun Microsystems' chief operating officer and president, Jonathan Schwartz, created a stir earlier this month when he disclosed that Sun has considered buying Novell. Although the notion of a Sun-Novell merger was dismissed as unlikely by many industry analysts, the hint of the discussions in Sun's executive suite demonstrates the dramatic moves that technology suppliers are considering.Sun is not alone. Two straight quarters of declining license revenue, along with a string of executive departures and a reorganization at BEA Systems have rekindled questions about the company's long-term viability as a standalone software maker.Indeed, during trial testimony involving Oracle's unsolicited offer to buy business application maker Peoplesoft, Oracle disclosed that BEA was a potential takeover target. At the same time, Microsoft and SAP dropped a bombshell by announcing that they had held exploratory merger talks in the wake of Oracle's pursuit of PeopleSoft. When you can't grow organically, you look to grow or better position yourself through consolidation, said Paul Crisci, managing director of Broadview, a division of Jeffries, which advises companies on mergers and acquisitions. The worst job in the world right now is a software salesman--there are too many software companies fighting for too few dollars in the marketplace. Swallowing up the minnowsSmaller companies continue to be prey for larger technology suppliers. Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Sun and Veritas have each purchased several smaller companies to fill out their utility computing product portfolios. With limited opportunities to go public on the stock market, the great majority of new start-up companies need to consider an exit strategy that involves a close partnership or merger with a larger company, according to market observers. We argue that in a couple years, most of the names you're familiar with will no longer be around. --Martin Wolfinvestment adviserMany smaller companies are already doing just that, building close alliances with the industry behemoths through partnerships and technical integration. Similarly, large corporate customers are choosing to do business with a few suppliers and technology platforms on which they build and run applications, analysts note. New technology solutions have become narrower and narrower because there are fewer big problems that need to be solved, said Paul Maeder, managing general partner at venture capital firm Highland Capital.Maeder suggests that new companies should apply technology to underserved industries, such as health care and transportation. Customers are likely to rely on their tried-and-tested suppliers for the technology in their data centers, which may ultimately mean that the big will get bigger. Whatever piece of software you provide in the IT-intensive part of the economy, like the data center, is by definition going to be part of another solution, Maeder said.These conditions--in which providers fight over dollars in flat or slow-growing IT budgets--will lead to a quicker pace of mergers and acquisitions, even compared with the software industry's rich history of deals, some experts predict. If the enterprise software market does see more weeding out, it could change the makeup of the industry.Kurt Cobain34 in. x 24 in.Buy Kurt CobainDelivery | Pricing | Security | Jobs | Press Desk | Auctions | newsletterThis site is speech enabled Comet Group plc 1999 - 2004. 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