Daily Links 5/25/2011: SAP Confirms 2011 Forecast, Wants To Improve Communication

SAP Investors Urge Co-CEOs to Detail How $28 Billion Target Can Be Reached (Bloomberg)

SAP Confirms 2011 Forecast, Wants To Improve Communication (Dow Jones via Fox Business)

Analyzing The Real News Stories of Sapphire Now 2011, Part One: The Impact Of HANA (Enterprise Irregulars: Jon Reed)

Philly Area companies Dell Boomi and Synygy win CODiE Awards (PR Newswire)

Comcast Hits 20 Billion On Demand Views (Hollywood Reporter)

Comcast asserts right to set rates
Says Boston’s bid for control ignores competition
(Boston Globe)
Meanwhile, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is pressuring the FCC to let Vermont regulate cable rates within the state.

As New Owner of NBC Universal, Can Comcast Merge the Corporate with the Creative? (Knowledge@Wharton)

Xerox Acquires NewField IT; Extends Managed Print Services Capability (Business Wire)
UK-based managed print services provider's US operations are based in Philadelphia.

Dell Expands Desktop Virtualization Solutions Portfolio (Business Wire)
Partners with King of Prussia's Devon IT on thin clients.

How Kenexa CEO Rudy Karsan is Making the Salary.com Acquisition Work (Forbes Blogs)

One Year Later, AdMob Making Its Mark on Google
Mobile Display and Search Integrated Into Larger Infrastructure
(Ad Age)
AdMob was started out of Omar Hamoui's dorm room at Wharton. Hamoui, who left Google last year, just introduced the first app from his new venture, Churn Labs, at TechCrunch Disrupt.

Transcend United, LiquidSpoke Merge To Become UC Powerhouse (CRN)
Springfield, Wayne-based Unified Communications VARs combine forces.

Philadelphia Water Department to adopt water infrastructure capital planning software (WaterWorld)

Facebook: pharmas must enable comments by August 15 (Medical Marketing & Media)