News and Views from SAP's SAPPHIRE Now: 5/17/2011

SAP: In-memory to hit all applications; Collaboration, mobility in focus (ZDNet Blogs)

SAP Revs up Mobile Application Strategy (PC World)

SAP Goes After Oracle's Database With ASE (PC World)

ByDesign Follows a Familiar Path to the Large Enterprise (Feeding the SAP Ecosystem)

SAP Calls Itself an Innovation Company and Compares Itself to Apple (ReadWrite Enterprise)

SAP may appeal U.S. $345 mln Versata patent ruling (Reuters)

Daily Links 5/17/2011: Seeking "savoir-faire," Publicis buys Rosetta for $575 million

Publicis to Acquire Rosetta for $575M (ClickZ)
How will Princeton-based digital shop work with Philly-based Publicis units Digitas Health and Razorfish Health in Pharma/Med/Life Sciences, where Rosetta has a strong presence?

Seeking "savoir-faire," Publicis buys Rosetta for $575 million (Medical Marketing & Media)

Publicis Groupe to Acquire Digital Shop Rosetta for $575 Million
Marks Change of Heart for Fiercely Independent CEO Kuenne
(Ad Age)

Ben Franklin group announces investments of $2M (Philadelphia Business Journal)

HP: We Underinvested In Services, Says Apotheker (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

InterDigital Opens San Diego Outpost in Quest to Ease “Bandwidth Crunch” (Xconomy San Diego)

Philadelphia To Roll Out EHR From eClinicalWorks (Information Week)

Netflix Now The Largest Single Source of Internet Traffic In North America (TechCrunch)

Meet DOCSIS, Part 2: the jump from 2.0 to 3.0 (Ars Technica)

Daily Show mocks FCC's Baker for taking Comcast job (Ars Technica)

The Top 7 U.S. Cities To Find An IT Job Right Now (Forbes: CIO Central)
Philadelphia, Edison NJ are two of them, report says.

Philadelphia Must Catch Up on Open Government, Councilman Says (Government Technology)

Universal Business Payment Solutions Acquisition Corporation Announces Closing of its Initial Public Offering (Business Wire)