An enterprise content management system developed by Empired's New Zealand subsidiary, Intergen, will likely be offered on Azure.
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Lenovo's 14-inch Ultrabook delivers rugged construction, good performance, and great battery life to make it a reasonable enterprise solution for both office and road.
Over the next two years, Anittel will deliver full-time managed services support to Kingsway Christian College, Mandurah Baptist College, and Peter Carnley Anglican Community School.
The UK's Rural Payments Agency has stopped trying to make farmers use its new online service and gone back to paper forms. It's the RPA's second IT debacle, and its failure might have been predicted.
Sprint is framing its new portfolio as a one-stop shop for all wired and wireless needs when setting up a new business.
Alibaba is expanding its cloud computing services in the US, and the firm's first expansion overseas will be to Silicon Valley.
IT will need to integrate multiple management systems as "Things" take on identities and access controls
SAP is collaborating with a number of companies to develop Internet of Things (IoT) services for the enterprise.
The rough idea, outlined at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, revolves around replacing software development kits tied to individual enterprise mobility management vendors with a common standard.
BlackBerry's cloud edition of BES12 aims to simplify deployments of its enterprise mobility management flagship.
Bulletproof has seen its total revenue increase by 46.5 percent to AU$11.9 million for the six months ending December 2014, off the back of strong managed cloud services uptake.
Enterprise Healthcare Management (EHM) is a new category of software that helps organizations align their healthcare investments with their business goals.
Box's Enterprise Key Management solution is currently in patent-pending mode.
A modest proposal to realign enterprise architecture resources back to the enterprise.
Enterprises are shifting towards managed services because they are unable to fill the skills they need within their IT security team.
Microsoft's second quarter was marked by strength in cloud services as well as the enterprise.
FireEye's latest report suggests that a number of businesses face over 10,000 cybersecurity alerts per month. What is being done to combat potential attacks?
Microsoft took the plunge into holographic computing and has all the hooks built in to ensure the technology will at least be tried in the enterprise.
One-year-old cloud consultancy Alpha7 launches COO as a Service to provide a one-stop platform from which SMBs can access cloud applications and services, including bundles designed for verticals.
Should your enterprise own its data center? Would it be better to use the services of a hosting or collocation company? Does the emergence of cloud computing make this decision easier?