Big Blue to open new London datacentre as part of its $1.2bn investment in its SoftLayer cloud services worldwide.
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Taxi drivers in London, Paris and other European capitals plan to bring chaos to the streets in protest against unlicensed mobile car-hailing services such as Uber that have shaken up the industry.
The third-party provider of maintenance and support services for SAP and Oracle business applications says its total net sales surged 40 percent in fiscal 2013 to more than $61 million, an all-time high.
The HR software developer's Salesforce Sales Cloud implementation is integrated with several other services including Eloqua, OneSource, Equifax and Influitive.
Microsoft's enterprise software sales are still carrying the devices and services company, as the company's latest earnings report makes plain.
Maybe it's unfair to expect Internet services like Airbnb to collect hotel taxes, but then why should Hilton or Sheraton have to? It's just like the Internet sales tax problem. Happy holiday shopping season!
NRMA Motoring Services is digitising its flagship magazine, Open Road, and investing in analytics, geo-location and in-app purchasing to drive sales and advertising opportunities
Social media and Web services have enabled small businesses to become far more savvy about sales and marketing, but not everyone is embracing them the same way.
London 'innovation lab' aims to accelerate development of software for the financial services industry.
Tata Consultancy Services has turned in another solid quarter of growth, reporting profits of US$668 million on the back of strong sales across all markets, led by the United States.
With more than $4.45 billion in annual sales, the reseller has close ties to Amazon Web Services, Cisco, Dell, Microsoft, Symantec, and VMware.
Keith Block will be responsible for leading the CRM giant's global sales, customer support and consulting services units.
Sales for customized engineering services — and for its Canadian operations — helped offset slower sales to the solution provider's traditional SMB customer set.
Sales through the UK government's CloudStore portal reached a new peak in March as take-up of cloud services continues to climb, albeit from a very small base.
IT services and outsourcing giant Infosys will be the first Indian organization to list on the NYSE Euronext London and Paris markets.
The government is urging manufacturers to integrate their core business with software and IT services. In the process, it hopes to have five to eight companies with sales of over 100 billion yuan by 2015.
Overall, IBM weathered sluggish IT spending well. Software revenue was up 3 percent; services sales fell 2 percent and systems and technology sales fell 1 percent.
The e-government services provider is hoping to grow annual sales by promoting its commercial products, and is helped by a deal inked with AIG to provide the latter's insurance online.
Despite a 27 percent rise in revenue, the Indian communications giant saw the bottomline dragged down further by regulatory changes, unfavorable settlements in its global voice services, and higher sales expenses and investments.
Amazon's former cloud sales chief is being sued by the retail giant over his move to Google. Why? Because Google's cloud poses one of the greatest threats to Amazon Web Services.
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