Daily Links 5/7/2013: SAP intros HANA Enterprise Cloud Service

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The real reason why Dell wants to go private: To fondle big Boomis
Cloud integrator waggles its new software interfaces
(The Register)

Dell’s Clean Slate Approach to Enterprise IT (Torsten Volk/EMA Blogs)

SAP unveils HANA Enterprise Cloud service (PC World)

From SmartOps to SAP, negotiating a deal (Pittsburgh Business Times)

Philly Enterprise Hackathon Awards $75,000 in Prize Money
John Quillen of the Euclidean Group wins life sciences award; Charlie Giammattei of team My Flow wins infrastructure award
(Business Wire)

Salesforce.com Positions as Cloud Platform Leader (Richard Snow/Ventana Research)

Monday’s Musings: The Controversy Surrounding Gartner’s CRM Market Share Analysis (Ray Wang/Enterprise Irregulars)

Oracle, SAP under attack: How cloud upstarts steal their lunch
Biz bosses can't wait to offload gear to rivals, or so we're told
(The Register)

FAQ: What you need to know about cloud computing's hidden tax hit (Network World)

UPDATE: DIRECTV CEO: Buying a wireless company not in our best interest (SNL Kagan)

Where are your five nines now? CenturyLink’s nationwide outage affects millions (Gigaom)

Checkpoint Systems, Inc. Announces First Quarter 2013 Results (Business Wire)