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Corporate Blog

Things starting to come together in Boston

I got to the Hotel Intercontinental in Boston a few hours ago and things are already coming together.  The control room is in full swing: printing badges, going over agendas...and eating lunch. ...

Corporate Blog

Enough Rope

I thought I’d check in today and introduce myself. My name’s John Hilbert and I'll be posting as "Hilby". I work in the Partner Program Office in Cincinnati Ohio USA. I work a great deal with hund...

Corporate Blog

Calling all users

I am getting ready to head up tomorrow to Boston for the rest of the week for our analyst event. As I wrote up on Thursday there will be no shortage of coverage from that event you can pick up here ...

Corporate Blog

Entering the Conversation (from a different direction)

I'm an engineer working in product planning... which means I don't work in marketing or sales. Think about that. There is an unwritten rule at a lot of companies that you don't let the enginee...

Polarion

Hibernation of Windows and Polarion

When you run Polarion for a while and want to hibernate your computer, sometimes you get the message "Insufficient System Resources Exist to Complete the API". This is typical the case on computers w...

Polarion

How to Start Polarion as a Service

To start Polarion as service you should perform following steps: Download the Windows XP Professional Ressource Kit. There is a version, which Microsoft request Money for it. I searched with Goog...

Corporate Blog

Mark your calendars and fire up your browsers

As I mentioned in my first post, next week I pack up and head to Boston for our annual media and analyst event.  I have been to almost every one we have had dating back to 2001 when we held them...

Corporate Blog

A small slice of Hannover

One of the first 'Siemens' memories I have was last year when I got the chance to go to Hannover Fair (Hannover Messe if you are a local).  The acquisition had been announced but wasn't quite cl...

Corporate Blog

Ooh, we like a challenge!

Via IFTF: "[A]n international group of leading technological thinkers were asked to identify the Grand Challenges for Engineering in the 21st Century." The Engineering Challenges site is ...