Adobe's Creative Suite 5 launched today and offers dramatic advances in supporting creative editorial workflows, bringing together online review and approvals with the help of Acrobat.com as well as marketing analytics capabilities acquired from Omniture.
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Apple yesterday announced OS 4.0, it's latest iPhone and iPad operating system.
Like many OpenOffice.org adopters, Forrester enterprise clients are starting to wonder what is going on with the once-promising open source alternative to Microsoft Office.
It’s an understatement to say companies are drowning in digital information. Since the death of the floppy disk and the rise of networked computing, barriers to creating and sharing information have steadily come down.
Collaboration and social technologies continue to be hot in 2010. In Forrester's 2009 Enterprise Software Survey, we asked respondents to rate the following on a scale of 1-5:
"Well, as of this moment, they're on double-secret probation!"Dean Wormer, Faber CollegeRecently I have had a number of conversations regarding the role of pre-moderation of internal social networks.
Geographic location plays a significant role in establishing data protection obligations in the cloud. And while many cloud services originated within the US, growing demand, global competition, and practical business models drive vendor proliferation of cloud services hosted across diverse geographic locations.
The new European browser menu launched this week, and Microsoft in many ways faces a no-win situation. These past few years have been a doozy for Microsoft's Internet Explorer.
It's good to see IBM has returned to the world of x86 server innovation with its latest eX5 line of servers announced this week. Shortly after IBM sold off its PC business to Lenovo, rumors began to circulate that its System x business wouldn’t be far behind and evidence abounded that the rumors might be true.
If anyone doubted CA Inc.'s intention to get into the cloud computing market, you can't get away with that skepticism anymore.