Links 10/28/2013: Bentley extends its reach with Azure

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Philadelphia has the slowest 4G mobile broadband in America—and it’s Sprint’s fault (Quartz)
Not a completely fair headline - its just that Sprint drags down the average.

Bentley to ‘Complete Its Reach’ in Software Services (Business

Microsoft’s Phone Sales May Be Low, But Its Cloud Revenue Is Up (Wired)’s Odd Decision To Close (TechCrunch)

SAP Q3 Results: The Evolution Will Be Televised (ASUG News)

Oracle moves aggressively to poach SAP Business ByDesign customers (PC World)

Is Oracle at a Junction Point in Its History? (Esteban Kolsky/Enterprise Irregulars)

SAP Consigns Everything Pre-HANA to history. In-memory First Development (James Governor/Enterprise Irregulars)

SAP can't restrict software resales, German court rules
(PC World)

Tableau Announces Third Quarter 2013 Financial Results (PR Newswire)
Not saying they should be compared apples-to-apples(at different stages), but Tableau revenue up 90% vs. 21% for Radnor-based QlikTech.

HHS says Obamacare web problem on Sunday linked to Verizon Terremark (Politico)

Meet the Exec Crafting Google’s Vision for the Future of Shopping (Maybe This Time It’ll Work!) (All Things D)

Philadelphia Venture Capital Community Expects Uptick in VC IPO Activity and Venture Investment in 2014, KPMG Survey Finds (Globe Newswire)

Windstream, Comcast Business and IPR build Delaware's new statewide network (FierceTelecom)