Carbonite will integrate MailStore's email archiving and full-text search and indexing capabilities into its portfolio of cloud backup services.
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A majority of organisations have already thrown themselves into building a cloud strategy for their business.
Hitachi Data Systems has predicted that in 2015, the market will see enterprises deploy their critical legacy applications into a hybrid cloud infrastructure.
Microsoft's MDOP 2014 R2 set of management and deployment tools for Windows, adds new application and user-experience virtualization features.
Google is allowing users to run Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter on its cloud platform, and is now allowing them to run some of their licensed Microsoft enterprise apps on Google Cloud.
Google for Work is also flaunting a "premier" partner track, which includes access to exclusive events and "other financial incentives."
To meet the growing demand by the Australian market for its cloud-based talent management solution, Saba Software has opened its first Australian datacentre in Sydney.
Establishing whole-of-government email and desktop services will allow Australian government agencies to focus on their core activities, CTO John Sheridan has said.
The creative software giant tacked on more personalization and geo-location features to the latest Marketing Cloud iteration, leveraging iBeacon compatibility to steer customers toward data-driven marketing.
Three years after it was launched, Amazon has announced an API for its Cloud Drive service, but it will not be a developer free-for-all, as the service requires apps to be approved for use.
An open-source content management platform and the public cloud are saving the government 'a bunch of money', federal CTO John Sheridan has said.
CA Technologies has announced several management solutions to provide enterprises with greater overview and control surrounding application deployment.
Packed with new features for non-Office 365 subscribers, Microsoft's updates to its Office apps for iPhone and iPad are highly welcomed, but device limitations reach a peak.
Following a bite-sized treat for Calendar and a gorge of new goodies for Cloud Platform, Google is sprinkling updates across a number of apps this week.
The IT cloud provider launched ServiceNow Express, a service management tool tailored specifically for organizations with less than 1,000 workers.
Microsoft and Dropbox are partnering to improve integration between Dropbox and Microsoft Office.
Google's Nexus 9 and the Android 5.0 that comes with it includes some business friendly security features as well as an interface that could make it a bring your own device play. There's a need for more tablet-first business apps though.
Amazon Web Services' directory service will take on Microsoft Azure Active Directory Service in a scrum for centralized cloud identity management.
The company, which has a popular work management and collaboration tool, has added new visualization features that show enterprises the moving process and people parts.
The vision Salesforce has for market-facing engagement is the right one: Tear down data, app, and user experience silos between marketing, sales, operations, and support. But does their cloud measure up to this vision yet?
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