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CDNs: Ever-Changing and Ever-More Important

11 Dec, 2013

As the number of users and video applications grows, CDNs will become an increasingly important and segmented element of the network infrastructure.

Huddle Adds Productivity Apps to Cloud Collaboration Service

11 Dec, 2013

Huddle Note is a suite of apps that allows end users to create content directly within Huddle using most any device.

Mobile Enterprise Apps Try to Grow Up

09 Dec, 2013

As BYOD pushes mobile enterprise apps to the forefront, the spotlight is shining on how and why they'll be developed.

CloudBees Takes on Jenkins Sprawl

09 Dec, 2013

CloudBees released Jenkins Operations Center, an operational management platform that resides on top of the commercial implementation of Jenkins.

Up-and-Coming Open Source Projects for the Enterprise

06 Dec, 2013

Open source technology plays a key role in the modern world, powering a wide range of innovations from handheld devices to the world's most powerful supercomputers and the cloud.

Big Data Keeps on Truckin'

06 Dec, 2013

Logistics companies had many of the early Big Data successes. A new business intelligence platform builds on that experience.

Quarri Fires Up Seamless Approach to Browser Security

06 Dec, 2013

Armored Browser only fires up when an endpoint tries to access a Web site that is outside the scope of approved places to visit, as defined by the IT organization.

HP Plays Cloud Financing Card

06 Dec, 2013

HP is betting that attractive financing options will swing more than a few cloud deals its way.

Tools of the Trade for Systems Integrators

05 Dec, 2013

Find out which products and vendors systems integrators rely on and how ITSM fits into the market for integration vendors.

Sencha Simplifies HTML5 Development Across the Enterprise

05 Dec, 2013

Sencha Architect 3 provides HTML5 templates that allow developers to deploy applications on multiple platforms using a single base code.

Five File Transfer Pain Points

04 Dec, 2013

In an effort to get work done, employees will often skirt the rules of IT and turn to readily available file-sharing options outside the corporate IT structure. This opens the company up to a host of liabilities.

Red Hat Advances Private PaaS for the Enterprise

04 Dec, 2013

Interest in platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offerings in the enterprise is on the upswing, which is creating something of a frenzy among IT vendors.

Interview Scheduling Software May Not Be a Big Deal Now, But Just You Wait

04 Dec, 2013

Jonathan Kennell left Google to start Reschedge, an innovative company that provides interview scheduling software for recruiters and HR.

Infer Applies Predictive Analytics to Salesforce.com

03 Dec, 2013

Infer provides a predictive analytics application for Salesforce.com, which gathers external data on customers to predict likely sales readiness.

Next Up for the Enterprise: Wearable Gadgets

29 Nov, 2013

The movement is passing by tablets and smartphones to entirely new classes of hardware that may or may not even require the user’s active participation in order to engage enterprise resources.

Accenture Partners with SAP to Address HR Compliance Issues

27 Nov, 2013

SAP and Accenture make the case that business execs must think more like the GM of a sports franchise, who is in charge of putting the best possible team on the field.

Salesforce1: Much Ado About Very Little?

27 Nov, 2013

Salesforce1 has a bit of an identity problem. It's been touted as many different things, but may not live up to all that hype.

Birst Exec on Final Days of Siebel Systems: It Wasn’t Pretty

26 Nov, 2013

Brad Peters, a former Siebel Systems exec who went on to cofound BI firm Birst, describes the consequences of a customer-be-damned product strategy.

The Fight to Eliminate the Scourge of Fake Online Reviews

22 Nov, 2013

Mindshare Technologies has launched OpenTell, an online platform that serves as a trusted third party to certify customer reviews.

Natural Language Interface Gets Applied to BI Application

21 Nov, 2013

It’s now feasible to develop applications that natively support natural language interfaces without requiring a supercomputer to run them.

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