Adaptive Insights, a cloud-based corporate performance management vendor, has a new CEO. Tom Bogan comes from a lengthy finance career - something that could be of value as the company (and the sector) continues to experience growth.
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Microsoft's Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) tightens the security screws in Windows and applications. It's set up for enterprise deployment and management.
Microsoft's Azure RemoteApp service -- which will allow users to remotely access corporate applications on a variety of devices -- will be generally available starting on December 11.
A new version of the Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit mostly improves compatibility with applications software, and specifically with Java and Chrome.
Enterprise software vendors are busy talking about user experience, but the reality in the enterprise is vastly different. Where is an analytics powered Flipboard to tell us the corporate story?
The chief information officer's role will become less about developing and maintaining highly customised bespoke applications and more about creating a seamless experience across generic cloud apps.
With the Worx App Gallery, Citrix is aiming to become a one-stop outlet for IT administrators to distribute corporate mobile applications.
There are many approaches to delivering corporate applications and data to staff-owned devices. VMware recently updated one of its products that addresses this need.
Companies wanting to harness the urge staff have to bring and use their own access devices often run right into a dilemma - how to make access to corporate applications each and safe. Typically they turn to one of three approaches.
Operating out of London and Munich, the Platinum-level integrator is the cloud applications giant's biggest pan-European partner.
The integrator, founded to focus on productivity applications, is now a Gold level Business Intelligence partner with experience in hybrid deployments.
As new applications put additional pressure on the corporate network, tech chiefs are looking at new ways of delivering services.
Indian CIOs say they are struggling to securely manage personal devices employees use to access corporate networks and applications, reveals a new survey.
As smartphones become a standard way of accessing vital corporate applications, enterprise software giants are entering the fray.
A month ago, I issued a challenge to companies that were claiming to be customer experience platforms and applications who had changed their messaging relatively abruptly. I gave them the opportunity to state their case. Get Satisfaction's Jeff Nolan is the first to rise to the challenge.
A panel of execs discuss the future of Oracle applications and how the user experience is changing across all of them.
Good Technology Vice President and Corporate General Manager APAC Jim Watson shares his travelling tips us, including his experience with everyone's worse fear: losing your gadgets!
Redmond has fundamentally redesigned Windows Server 2012 so customers can experience the benefits of "true virtualization" and better manage the influx of data, devices and apps in the corporate arena.
The 2012 Olympics kick off in London this week, with the first football games starting up today. You can follow all the action on your smartphone or tablet with one of several available applications.
The IT industry has decades of experience with traditional database engines that were designed to support transactional applications. Now the industry is exploring non-traditional database engines, such as hadoop, for web scale management of huge amounts of rapidly changing data. Hugely scalable transactional systems need something new. What do those requirements look like?
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