BlackBerry's cloud edition of BES12 aims to simplify deployments of its enterprise mobility management flagship.
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Salesforce and Workday are both posting strong cloud growth. The strategies and blueprints are similar as they both see analytics as the glue to future growth.
Bulletproof has seen its total revenue increase by 46.5 percent to AU$11.9 million for the six months ending December 2014, off the back of strong managed cloud services uptake.
Expect Microsoft to open up even more of its Office 365 and other cloud service APIs to third-party developers in the coming months. Here's why.
Concerns over high upfront costs and associated risks are hindering the adoption of cloud computing in the region, where only 22.2 percent of Asian cities have deployed it, according to Microsoft-CityNet research.
Nine new suppliers including Dimension Data and iiNet have joined companies such as Microsoft and IBM on the Australian government's cloud services panel.
Salesforce has updated its Analytics Cloud with the aim of adding more mobile editing and charting tools.
Cloud decisions for enterprises are shifting back to central IT; Amazon Web Services leads; Microsoft's Azure surges and there's a lot of headroom left for infrastructure as a service.
Starting with Office for iOS, Microsoft is enabling its new Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps to access third-party cloud-storage services, including Apple's iCloud.
Microsoft adding password-free sign-on via Windows 10 to Azure Active Directory, cloud apps, and more.
Microsoft has committed to adhering to ISO/IEC 27018, developed by the International Organization for Standardization, to ensure that personally identifiable information stored in its public cloud is protected.
A handful of Victorian government agencies are now able to track the engagements they have with businesses since the government established a cloud-based global engagement management system.
Microsoft is doing more to turn Windows Server 2016 into a 'cloud optimized server,' moving forward, officials say. Here's what that means.
Microsoft is moving to a monthly update schedule with its Intune mobile-device-management service, starting in February 2015.
Along with Salesforce itself, Apttus serves over 300 of Salesforce's enterprise customers, including 70 Fortune 500 companies.
The worst part? Microsoft will take (and store) your email account credentials in its cloud if you use the app, released this week.
ServiceNow's 2015 outlook highlights how the company is expanding beyond IT management into business management. Will it ultimately run into Salesforce and more high profile cloud vendors?
Microsoft isn't alone in trying to milk existing business slow enough for its cloud business to offset declines. But Windows' rapidly plunging price isn't helping matters.
As Microsoft continues its transition to more of a mobile first, cloud first vendor, its traditional Windows and Office licensing businesses are feeling the impact, as its Q2 FY 2015 numbers show.
Microsoft is using its own Cloud Platform System to power its internal 'Nebula' infrastructure-as-a-service cloud.
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