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Enterprise software is evolving to accommodate new business models, support a more mobile workforce, and take advantage of innovative technologies. This ebook discusses the most significant trends, strategies, and solutions.
A major part of the value of enterprise apps is taking company data and visualizing it to enable better and faster decision-making. With big data, they have to take it to the next level.
Given the productivity gains that are on offer, enterprise apps will be coming to a mobile device near you before long, if they haven't already. The question CIOs and IT managers are currently wrestling with is how best to make that happen.
In less than a decade, social media has changed how enterprise apps and the people that use them communicate.
Continuing its cross-platform push, Microsoft has updated its OneNote for iPhone and Mac apps with some noteworthy new features.
Enterprise apps may not have much of a cool factor, but they continue to do the dirty work for companies of all sizes. Here are seven upstarts that are making enterprise software a little cooler.
Cloud Foundry parent Pivotal named eight new members to the open source project.
HootSuite acquired uberVU in January, but now made the social data visualization tool work seamlessly with its media management platform with the launch of Boards.
A researcher has reported to Apple that email attachments stored on an iOS device are not encrypted at rest, contrary to Apple's claims.
Oracle's selling machine is revving up for the cloud. What remains to be seen is whether customers go for Oracle's big sale or decide that incumbent enterprise vendors are more marketing machines and look elsewhere.
If I don't go to great lengths to protect my gear then it's not going to last that long. And I'm not alone here. More and more people are taking delicate electronics in the form of smartphones, tablets, notebooks, and cameras, out into the elements and expecting them to work, day in, day out. Here's the kit to help you do this safely.
Along with user experience improvements, the SunSystems 6.2 financial management platform offers expanded social business capabilities.
The race is on to be the No. 3 wireless carrier in the US and it appears that No. 4, T-Mobile, has the momentum even as Sprint ponders a bid for its rival.
After trying out Google Glass and smartwatches, airline trials location-sensing tech.
The deal allows enterprises using Cisco's real-time communication offerings and Jive's collaboration platform to do so all from one workstream.
Often the focus of the industry is on the tools used in big data applications. Revolution Analytics believes that we need to remember the human element too.
If you think you understand how technology markets work, prepare to adjust your thinking. Western markets, which have dominated for the past decade, are slowing. The biggest growth is in the East, where the rules are completely different.
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