Qlik Sense Enterprise gives organizations the flexibility to deploy modules based on either the amount of data they need to analyze or compliance requirements.
Interest in serverless computing frameworks is rising sharply, but the risk associated with being locked into proprietary architectures or investing in a framework that ultimately dies on the vine due to a lack of industry support is a major concern for most IT organizations.
IT teams need to come to terms with figuring out how to master all the various flavors of the cloud manifesting themselves across an increasingly diverse IT ecosystem.
Most IT organizations in the months ahead will be moving down a path toward hybrid cloud computing. The only real unknown at this point is how bumpy that journey will be.
Cisco is moving aggressively to make sure it remains relevant and dominant in a future defined, not by the cloud exclusively, but by an increasing variety of focused domains that need to be connected, managed and secured.
The Oracle endorsement of AMD gives the firm a nice beachhead and should allow it to expand that, particularly as it appears that Intel is distracted by other efforts, into a far more viable challenge to Intel dominance.
New Salesforce Lightning Platform offerings are designed to enable business users to automate processes on their own with minimal to no assistance from an internal IT department required.
Salesforce today extended the reach of its Sales Cloud platform to provide tighter integration with finance and marketing processes.
Panzura has announced Vizion.ai, a data management platform infused with artificial intelligence (AI) that makes it simpler to manage data distributed across multiple clouds.
Quick Base says its goal is to make it possible to visualize and manage the workflow and processes within an application developed using the Quick Base service that resides in the cloud.