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While smart mobile devices, SaaS, and social software ushered in a wave of major change in the workplace, that's nothing compared to what's coming.
Scarce capital and the need for speed dictated an SaaS approach to initial technology priorities for this Aussie startup. The business' MD and CTO explain why adaptable technology is crucial for business startups, and why they’re betting big on mobile.
While the new Mac Pro may be the butt of jokes for its odd visual appearance, it's packed with state of the art desktop technology. But is it too late to make much of a difference in today's mobile world and the future of cloud computing and SaaS?
Workday's co-CEO talks about the company's bet on mobile, the company's roadmap, an IPO and large SaaS deployments.
Remote TestKit is a cloud-based mobile testing service featuring the world's fastest image transfer for Android/iOS Application developers....
More than half of all software purchases made over the next five years will be open source, according to half of all respondents in a venture capital firm's survey released today. Open source is now mainstream and is in high growth, propelled by SaaS, cloud, mobile and big data trends, according to the Future of Open Source 011 survey, which was co-produced by the 451Group
Contrasting cross-currents are going to make 2011 a fascinating and turbulent year, in which SaaS enters the tornado and mobile enters the bowling alley at the very same time as cloud trips over the chasm.
The company has launched a web and mobile accessible version of its office suite that allows the software to be delivered on a SaaS basis, as well as updating its desktop suite to OpenOffice 3.3
Mobile, social and on-demand call centers are among the factors that are fundamentally changing the way brand name companies interact with consumers. SaaS vendor RightNow delivers technology to help them harness those trends.
IBM acquires Netezza as big data market continues to consolidate around appliances, middle market, new architecture
My take is that these purchases are for more than the engines that drive analytics -- they are for the engines that drive SaaS, cloud, mobile, web and what we might call the more modern work loads ... data intensive, high-scaling, fast-changing and services-oriented.
For busy managers flooded with expense report sign-offs and hiring and firing minutiae, the mobile access can be a godsend. It prevents slowed up processes, and also prevents the overloaded email in-box. Making SaaS apps reach the mobile tier -- but in an appropriate way that recognizes the use requirements for "on the go" work -- will become a general business requirement, I expect.
Many organizations are starting to deploy certificates to secure critical pieces of business including e-mail, mobile access, and digital signaturs. The SaaS model is key factor for PKI comeback says ChosenSecurity's John Adams
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