Daily Links 8/30/2011: Dell to offer hosted apps for SMBs, tied together by Boomi

Court: Perzel will plead guilty Wednesday (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Dell launches a VMware-based cloud; Azure next (Gigaom)

Dell Offers Hosted Apps for SMBs (PC World)
Dell Boomi to tie it all together.

Dell Seeks to Unify Managed Services, Cloud Services Partners (MSPMentor)

FAQ: What to Expect at Salesforce.com's Dreamforce (PC World)

VMware tries to expand virtual networks with VXLAN (Gigaom)

Oracle accuses H-P of fraud in Hurd settlement (MarketWatch)

DoubleVerify Gets Another $33M in Funding
Analyst: Ad-Verification Companies May Integrate With New Demand-Side Platforms
(Ad Age)
Previous investor First Round Capital participates again in this round.

Capital One/ING Deal Delay Overdone: Analyst (TheStreet)

Fired Bill O'Reilly Adversary Loses Civil Rights Claim Against Comcast (Hollywood Reporter)

CardioNet says DoJ probing incorrect Medicare claim charges (Reuters)
CardioNet is based in Conshohocken.

Krames StayWell and 3M Partner to Integrate Patient Education Content with Health IT Systems (Business Wire)

Dollar General Selects GSI Commerce to Launch Its eCommerce Business (Business Wire)