October 2006
CRN;10/23/2006, Issue 1217, p70
The article presents news briefs related to the computer software industry. Mike Lawrie has been named CEO for Great Britain-based software company Misys PLC. The Oracle OpenWorld 2006 convention will be held in San Francisco, California. The sales of Apple Computer Inc.'s Macintosh grew in the third quarter of 2006 and Cupertino increased market share by about 32 percent over the past three months.


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