Daily Links 8/25/2010: Marin County to ditch SAP system

Safeguard CEO Sees IPO Candidates Emerge (TheStreet.com)

County will rip and replace ailing SAP system (IDG via Reuters)

Bringing SAP’s customer network down to earth (SAP Watch)

FCC chief says he's still firmly for net neutrality
The battle for Internet service equality faces opposition, but FCC chairman is pushing ahead.
(Minneapolis Star Tribune)

Verizon Trimmed Investment By $2 Billion In 2010 (Broadband Reports)

Micro Strategies Opens Pennsylvania Office and Technology Solution Center
IT solutions provider expands reach into Delaware Valley and doubles demo facilities
(PR Newswire)

State grant helps Bethlehem tech group expand
Ben Franklin Technology Partners has $17 million project underway
(Allentown Morning Call)

Health care 'gold rush' (phillyBurbs.com)

Docsis 3.0 Enters the Gateway Era (Light Reading Cable)

Analyst: Heart monitoring now, DM tools later (Mobile Health News)

Qualcomm, AT&T Move in on 'M-Health' (Business Week)

SEPTA smart-card proposal panned by passenger advocates (Philadelphia Inquirer)