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AWS: Enterprises slow to reap big data benefits

Small start-ups have taken a lead on enterprises in their adoption of big data, by embedding analytics into the heart of their applications, according to Amazon Web Services.As the cloud has grown, prices for rentable computing power have come down, while scale-out applications like Hadoop have evolved to analyse large quantities of data, Werner Vogels, Amazon Web Service's (AWS) chief technology officer, said in a keynote speech at the AWS Summit 2012 in London.

April 24, 2012 by

CloudMade Betas New Map Editing Tool

CloudMade last made an appearance on ZDNetUK as part of an OpenStreetMap themed blog back in February of this year when the company’s involvement with the free and editable map of the world project was starting to gain pace. It was at this time that the London, Kiev and Silicon Valley based vendor first started to be recognised as a provider of a commercial-grade platform for developers interested in mapping applications.

December 2, 2009 by

Forrester: SaaS adoption up, but hurdles remain

Twenty one percent of companies are piloting software as service applications, up from 18 percent a year ago, according to a recent Forrester research report. However, even as SaaS adoption increases during the current recession worries about total cost of ownership remains among software buyers.

February 23, 2009 by

Workday unveils Financials and Work Tags

Since Workday publicly appeared on the scene in January 2006, it has been self-described as a "revolutionary application platform and the next generation of business applications to drive your enterprise's performance," with applications that will be "dramatically easy to use, be responsive to your organization's changing needs and will significantly lower your total cost of ownership.

August 19, 2007 by

Enterprises still grappling with access management: Gartner

Despite broader recognition of the need for securing access to applications and other IT resources, enterprises are still struggling to come to terms with the issues involved with identity and access management (IAM), Gartner has warned."We need to have a much more well defined process for IAM, with architectures, controls and processes," Gartner UK vice president for research Ant Allan told attendees at a recent conference on identity and access management in London.

July 10, 2007 by

Utility data centers--IT utopia?

The idea of the utility data center is to make IT a resource that can be turned on at will and used by many applications. But Peter Judge wonders whether suppliers are trying to lock users in, in exchange for cheaper cost of ownership.

January 7, 2003 by

Microsoft looks to China

Software giant Microsoft has formed a joint venture with Shanghai Alliance Investment to develop and market software services for the China market. With a $4 million capitalization, the newly formed Shanghai Wicresoft is slated to begin operations in July, said Jun Tang, Microsoft China president. Microsoft and Shanghai Alliance will have equal ownership in the new company. Wicresoft, which will be headed by Tang, will concentrate on developing proprietary applications for both Chinese and foreign customers, Microsoft said in a statement. Multinational companies based in China will also be able to outsource software development to the new company. Additionally, Microsoft has awarded a global outsourcing contract to Wicresoft to provide technical support for Microsoft Windows and Office. The value of the deal was undisclosed. --Fran Foo, Special to ZDNet News To read the full story, visit CNETAsia.

April 18, 2002 by

Start-up nabs Oracle VP for CEO

Software start-up Evolve has appointed former Oracle Vice President Linda Zecher as its chief executive and president, Evolve said Tuesday. The company, launched in 1995, sells software that helps service companies, such as system integrators and consulting organizations, track and control their projects and labor costs. Zecher, who started her new post Tuesday, replaces interim-CEO Lin Johnstone, who is leaving the Emeryville, Calif.-based company to return to her home in London after five months with the company. At Oracle, Zecher spent five years running a $1.3 billion division of Oracle that sells business applications to services companies. She has also held management positions at PeopleSoft and Bank of America. Evolve competes in the services automation market with Portera, Niku, Opus 360 and PeopleSoft. --Alorie Gilbert, Special to ZDNet News

March 6, 2002 by

The Internet's .1 and only?

A London firm wants a new top-level domain of '.1' for wireless devices. Other domain applications include '.kids' for a child-safe area on the Web

October 3, 2000 by

The Internet's .1 and only?

A London firm wants a new top-level domain of '.1' for wireless devices. Other domain applications include '.kids' for a child-safe area on the Web.

October 2, 2000 by

ASPs and the end of client/server

With the whole world and his wife hailing the advent of a new age of hosted applications - an age which promises simplified management and a reduction in total cost of ownership - the age of client/server seems to be drawing to a close. But Dominic Maher isn't so sure...

December 14, 1999 by

Microsoft serve up suites and sushi

Microsoft last night threw a party at a trendy London sushi bar to launch what they are calling "the industry's first integrated suite of server applications" aimed at small businesses.

November 12, 1997 by

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