News and Views from SAP's SAPPHIRE Now

SAP, Dell Partner on In-memory and the Cloud (PC World)

What's coming at SAPPHIRE Now? (ZDNet Blogs)

SAP Upgrades Performance Management Suite (Information Week)

HP Moves Earnings Report Forward As Leaked Memo Blasts Stock (Silicon Alley Insider)
I doubt Leo is going to be showing up at SAPPHIRE.

ASUG Partners with Conshohocken's vcopious to Launch New Virtual Platform at Annual Conference (Business Wire)

Daily Links 5/16/2011: SunGard CEO Cristobal Conde steps down

SunGard Announces Chief Executive Officer Transition (Business Wire)
SunGard emphasizes that this is a long-planned transition for Cristobal Conde which has nothing to do with the company's sluggish performance in recent years. Some speculate, though, that it might be a step towards preparing for an exit (IPO or split-up?) for the PE firms involved.

City of Philadelphia Selects eClinicalWorks for Electronic Health Records (Business Wire)

Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2011 Greater Philadelphia finalists announced (Business Wire)

WSJ: data caps keep Netflix from "swamping the network" (Ars Technica)

Dish Network CEO Resigns (Light Reading Cable)
Charlie Ergen will remain as Chairman.

Greenblatt: NBC Will Add New Brian Williams Show to Schedule as 'Soon as It's Ready' (Hollywood Reporter)

The Uncertain Future of '30 Rock' (The Atlantic Wire)

Report: Comcast Wants Ron Meyer to Stay at Universal -- For Now (The Wrap)

Comcast Aims Metro Ethernet At Midsize Business
Services Portfolio Provides Capacity Up to 10 Gbps
(Multichannel News)

RCR Wireless News global tour set for Philadelphia (RCR Wireless News)

One Small Start-Up’s Plan To Get Customers To Notice: An IPO
(Wall Street Journal: Venture Capital Dispatch)
Israel-based WhiteSmoke, maker of English grammar software with US headquarters in Wilmington, plans IPO on the NASDAQ.

India owner sells Blue Bell software firm to Cerberus for $137M ( Philly Deals)

Temple Opens Vault on Hybrid System (HPCwire)