Series B funding will help mobile sales productivity company Clari develop its software and marketing operations.
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Release 4 of Oracle's Enterprise Manager 12c set of datacentre infrastructure tools seems locked on helping firms run databases in private clouds.
With new 'App Factory' offering, Fruition Partners seeks to help payors and providers cope with upcoming ICD-10 compliance regulations.
UK-CERT will coordinate the management of national cyber security incidents.
We enter the final stretch with three companies that I literally can't categorize - BPMonline, Janrain, and Lattice Engines. They're all unique in their own ways, but all winners of this years Watchlist. Take a gander.
The Chief Marketing Officer of LexisNexis describes how to achieve traditional marketing and demand generation objectives with social media.
DevOps means both more collaboration and end-to-end automation -- a boost to IT service management.
Social media and Web services have enabled small businesses to become far more savvy about sales and marketing, but not everyone is embracing them the same way.
ServiceNow, which has expanded from IT support to automation and cloud management, appears to be taking share from the likes of BMC, CA and HP with a low-cost SaaS model.
Managing complex workloads in a dynamic environment made up of physical, virtual and remote/cloud-based resources can be difficult. Puppet Labs believes its Enterprise 3.0 software will make life better for operations, administration and development staff members.
The highly regarded integration partner for Salesforce and Google recently became the first to earn Preferred Partner status for the big cloud management and automation player.
HP Software today announced four products that aim to tackle the thorny reality that traditional apps deployment is broken, and that the new requirements make automation and comprehensive management an inescapable necessity.
Infusionsoft is one of five conferences I've been to in April, and its was incredibly revealing. There is no question that Infusionsoft is the player to beat in the small business customer-facing technology world. There are things it has yet to do, but it is unquestionably a player.
This is probably the most eclectic category - because it's so disparate - but it's the foundation for many a company's core business operations: sales, business processes and analytics. Three hot areas. Our winners this year are all accomplished. Let's see what they got. Winners: Xactly, Lattice Engines, BPMonline, Pegasystems, Clarabridge.
ScienceLogic's Antonio Piraino spent some time introducing the company, its products and the philosophy behind those products.
Dell will use the OpenStack cloud management and automation software for its public and private cloud products, the company has announced, in a sign of increasing support for the open-source project.
Huawei will take care of the operator's core and transport networks, while systems integrator Tech Mahindra will handle its ICT applications.
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Tiffany from marketing may seem like the furthest thing from a CIO or IT manager. Surprise! She may already control a larger IT budget than them combined.
IT service management -- rebranded as 'service management and automation' -- requires skills including architecture, design, finances and, of course... service.
The same forces that are eroding some jobs will fuel new ones. Taking a page from Forrester's Service Management and Automation Playbook, Stephen Mann outlines what the hottest infrastructure and operations (I&O) jobs of the next five years will be.
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