Sun Microsystems

In an attempt to stay ahead of Moore's law, Sun is working to reinvent itself, focusing on three areas: digital content delivery, high-performance computing, and service to small and medium-sized businesses. Its $1 billion acquisition of MySQL made news, along with its forays into solid-state drives and blade servers, and its SPARC "system on a chip." Sun's advocacy of open source made a lot of friends by making the JAVA language and Solaris operating system open source under the generous General Public License.


Articles

IT Business Edge 2015 Editorial Calendar

This is a calendar of special topics that will be covered on IT Business Edge in 2015. Our coverage will not be limited to these topics. More >

CIOs Lack Control Over Obsolete Apps?

One in four applications could be retired, according to an estimate by Capgemini, but it's not always easy for CIOs to retire an out-of-date legacy app. More >

Microsoft Extends Ethical, Environmental Policies to Supply Chain

The Redmond, Wash., software giant tightens its supply chain policies to avoid conflict minerals and promote sustainability across the board. More >

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Interviews

Startup SteelBrick Aims to Plug CPQ Hole in Salesforce.com Ecosystem

The SteelBrick startup is working to seal up a gap in Salesforce.com's ecosystem with its configure, price, quote (CPQ) product.

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Another Foreign Female Tech Entrepreneur Succeeds ‘Against All Odds’

Born in India, residing in Singapore, Redicka Subrammanian has brought her tech company's customer engagement services to the U.S.

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XOEye Technologies Taking Wearables Beyond the Device

Wearable devices and applications developed specifically for the enterprise have potential for profound changes in the workplace and work itself.

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Resource centers

Business Intelligence

Business performance information for strategic and operational decision-making

SOA

SOA uses interoperable services grouped around business processes to ease data integration

Data Warehousing

Data warehousing helps companies make sense of their operational data

Editor's Choice

The Nine Best Tech Jobs for 2015

Security Staffing

Given the strong job market IT pros have experienced over the past few years, it's not surprising to find that a good portion of the top 25 jobs fall solidly into the technology field, including such jobs as software and mobile developers, data scientists, network engineers and project managers.

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Wearable Tech in the Enterprise: ‘Everybody Is an IT Decision-Maker Now’

Oracle’s Play for Converged Infrastructure

Data Gives Federal Agencies Pause on Cloud Adoption

New IT Model a Good Fit for SMBs

 

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