A Pacific Crest survey highlights how Microsoft stands to gain over the next three years, CIOs are seeing software price increases and decreases in maintenance and prepackaged apps are on the way.
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Companies running HP's software-defined networking compliant infrastructure will be able to buy apps to implement network services ranging from security to orchestration.
Autodesk is offering schools and universities in Australia and New Zealand free access to its suite of design software and creativity apps, in an education program that it claims is valued at more than AU$25 million.
Enterprise apps may not have much of a cool factor, but they continue to do the dirty work for companies of all sizes. Here are seven upstarts that are making enterprise software a little cooler.
Enterprise apps are not Flappy Bird. App development requires the same care and investment as any other end-user software project.
More and more large software vendors (like Microsoft and Intuit) are making their iPad apps exclusive to subscribers of their SaaS offerings. I don't like subscription software and it's a troubling trend.
Microsoft just open-sourced a software development kit that will enable Android developers to bring Office 365 data to their Android apps.
If the mobile web is a much more logical way of building software for mobile devices, why do native apps still reign supreme?
New data shows that the enterprise apps is most profitable for mobile developers. There are clear implications for both software companies and CIOs.
SmartFoundry, an application programming interface platform, will allow software developers to leverage the telco's voice calling and SMS capabilities to make it easier to create apps and services. Other network functions to come next.
Developers will be able to use Corona Labs' software development kit to build 2D apps on Microsoft's Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8, in addition to iOS, Android, Kindle and Nook, starting in 2014.
The market for software-defined-networking or SDN is set to boom and HP is aiming to be among the big players.
One of the stalwarts of the Kenyan tech scene wants to move beyond its focus on software and apps by offering hardware workspace for design and rapid prototyping.
Parallels Access lets iPad owners use Mac and Windows apps, with interface tweaks to make the software better on a touchscreen device.
Will the majority of enterprise apps reside in the cloud in the next few years? It's unlikely, according to the enterprise management software company's senior vice president of market strategy, Matt Durham.
The company's "One Hybrid Cloud" software allows enterprises to run Linux and Windows apps without modification in the Amazon Web Services cloud. Groovy.
Foxconn goes on software hiring spree after confirming Firefox OS partnership with Mozilla.
ManageEngine, which develops a broad range of automation and monitoring tools, adds extensive cloud services and apps support to password service software.
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.
Nokia unveils the dual-SIM Asha 501 device powered by an updated Asha OS featuring software capabilities from Smarterphone, which allows developers to create smartphone-like apps on feature phones.
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