Firms are choosing SaaS to serve core business needs, rather than just using it to augment existing on-premise software.
A recent Tech Pro Research survey shows that 69 percent of businesses are currently using enterprise software, a 19 percent increase compared to 2014.
Spending on enterprise software is on the rise, bringing big changes in how applications are developed, consumed, and supported. This new guide looks at what you need to know about the shifting enterprise application landscape.
It's no secret that the enterprise app landscape is changing. Here are 10 apps that are poised to lead the future of work.
A new wave of business applications are being introduced to improve overall productivity. But what does that mean for the IT department?
Despite considerable headwinds, Oracle and SAP have their own strategies for the future of applications. Here's how the two giants are approaching enterprise apps.
The use of enterprise software is thriving, particularly among large companies, with those with 1,000 or more employees reporting a significant increase in the use of enterprise software.
While the public cloud represents an opportunity for new cloud-native apps, organizations should tread carefully before placing traditional enterprise apps in the cloud.
For startups and organizations without dependencies on classic enterprise applications, the cloud offers significant savings over traditional software deployments.
Decommissioning legacy applications and moving to the cloud is not without its risks: tech chiefs explain the thinking behind their strategy.
It's time for Apple to start taking developers a little more seriously as software starts getting removed from the Mac App Store and going the direct sales route.