Ford's big data and mobility experiments set the stage for positioning the automaker more as a software and systems outfit. Ford is a good example of how every company is now a technology company.
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With software-defined storage in Windows Server, you can get SAN features without paying SAN prices -- and the next release will challenge more high-end storage features.
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.
Relational databases are enterprise staples as customers continue to pay up for Oracle and proprietary software. AWS launches Aurora to offer proprietary features at open source prices.
Samsung and Apple are duking it out for corporate device dominance, but the real mobility score is on the back end with cloud services and the software needed to manage endpoints.
Apple's new mobile OS is now available, and IT managers need to know how to handle its new features. We examine what the leading Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) vendors have to offer on the subject.
VMware said that its network of 75,000 partners will sell AirWatch's enterprise mobility management (EMM) software as a service.
A Finnish television station has discovered that one time mobile phone giant Nokia paid millions in Euros to keep essential software for its Symbian operating system from being used to create malware.
Samsung has done a good job with the Galaxy S5. Software bloat has been pared down and a few useful new features added, while the technical specifications are superb and battery life is good. Design purists may bemoan the plastic chassis, but the Galaxy S5 is still a worthy successor to last year's model.
The combined impact of cloud, mobility and big data on enterprise applications has piqued the market’s taste for speed and agility. Now, enterprise software vendors big and small are racing to feed the market’s growing appetite.
The applications that run businesses are undergoing profound changes, although there's also a lot of inertia in the system. We examine some of the key trends — including cloud adoption, mobility, consumerisation and business analytics — that are shaping tomorrow's enterprise software landscape.
Intertrust alleged Apple violated more than a dozen patents in the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac products, relating to security software technologies.
Many startups (and even large software companies) focus on features instead of customers. Stanford professor, Steve Blank, redefines how a software startup should approach... everything.
The Chinese online video streaming giant's partnership with the display maker is part of plans to secure a foothold in the living room.
In acquiring the enterprise mobility firm, the software giant hopes to boost its mobile security offering to the bring-your-own-device and mobile crowd.
Under mounting pressure from iWork for OS X users, Apple has revealed a set of features coming to its Office software suite. Help is on the way
BlackBerry 10 handsets get software update, starting this week, to add Priority Hub and other features.
Despite its cost and surfeit of features, Microsoft Office retains a clear lead in enterprise productivity software.
This week's peek back into Apple's history features the introduction of Mac TV, a recollection of a time when Apple trail-blazed the multimedia market with CD-ROM drives, and a dollop of context.
The open-source, Software-Defined Networking project, OpenDaylight, is starting to reveal features in its first release.
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