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TagSpaces

Cross-platform file tagging and file finding. - Organize your photos, recipes or invoices in the same way on every platform. We...

November 23, 2014 by TagSpaces

Open source driving cloud, big data, mobile, survey finds

Open source continues to make big strides, and leads in key growth segments including cloud, big data, mobile applications and enterprise mobility, according to a survey published yesterday.At the launch of the Open Source Business Conference, two key backers in the open source space, Black Duck Software and North Bridge Venture Partners, issued their sixth annual survey results including key findings and challenges for open source in 2012.

May 21, 2012 by

BlackBerry falls out of CommBank favour

The Commonwealth Bank has revealed that it's unlikely to pour significant developer resources into making applications for BlackBerry users, with a senior bank executive saying that the mobile space will soon only be a race between Apple's iOS, Google's Android and Windows Phone.

March 18, 2012 by

SAP HANA gut check

In the run up to SAP TechEd Las Vegas there are three major themes we can expect to hear a LOT about:HANA - SAP's pitch for high speed, in-memory analytics and applicationsMobile - some of us have been privileged to see some pretty spiffy demos of new applications with plenty of iPad love thrown in.Analytics - activists in the BI space have been moaning about delays to GA for BI4.

September 6, 2011 by

NASDAQ OMX WorkSpace

WorkSpace is a fully hosted, cloud-based virtual data room (VDR) that safeguards all sensitive and proprietary information in real-time,...

May 8, 2014 by NASDAQ

HRO in the Cloud - Executive Interview: Titan Technology SVP

It's not just an on-premise vs. cloud world for ERP applications. In the HR space, there are some other models in play that might make some IT and functional executives re-think new deployment decisions. This is an executive interview with some interesting observations re: global HR, global solutions, ERP and the cloud.

February 21, 2011

Intelligent and Robotic Syst

Tap into the most recent developments in theory and practice in all areas of intelligent systems and robotics with the Journal of Intelligent...

February 2, 2014 by Springer

Storing it up: New York town using 8MW energy storage system

If the past two weeks are any indication, energy storage technology advances will be a big topic this year for us green-tech and cleantech blogger types. Last week, many of you were interested in an item I posted about some ultracapacitor research being undertaken by Maxwell Technologies that could have applications in the mobile space and next week, I'm gearing up for a briefing about available battery technologies related to electric vehicles.

January 11, 2011 by

TechnologyOne to make its software mobile

After establishing a new research and development centre and headquarters in May, enterprise IT provider TechnologyOne has established a small team to port its enterprise offerings into mobile applications for tablet and smartphone devices, with the company's chief executive officer (CEO) describing the mobile space as a key growth area.

November 21, 2010 by

PC power management via the cloud

Most of the applications I've encountered in the PC power management software space typically are delivered via a very traditional enterprise software licensing model. But I just came across a managed services provider, New Boundary Technologies, that seeks to offer this sort of service via the cloud.

August 12, 2010 by

Using social software to reinvent the customer relationship

As Web 2.0 applications move more deeply into the strategic operations of enterprises, a unique hybrid of social software has emerged to help businesses deal with the giant sea of customers that awaits them on the other side of the network. While Enterprise 2.0 tools, primarily aimed at collaboration, are certainly part of this story, they often don’t help companies enjoy the full range of possibilities when it comes customer-facing social computing. Enter the rapidly emerging Social CRM space, an area that’s become highly significant recently.

August 18, 2009 by

Apple celebrates App Store birthday on 11 July, 56,000+ apps in 1 year

As a guy who has been writing about and following the mobile phone/PDA space since 1997 I have to say the first time I used the original iPhone I was completely blown away that a phone could respond so quickly and transition so fluidly. Then when the App Store was launched I was again blown away by how fast developers embraced the iPhone and rolled out high quality applications at a significantly lower price than I have ever paid for mobile apps before. As MacRumors.com points out, Apple will be celebrating the App Store's first anniversary (has it really only been a year?) this Saturday, 11 July. and they have started the festivities with an App Store birthday page (iTunes link) that highlights some of the most popular games and applications available.

July 7, 2009 by

MobileTechRoundup show #164, Kindle on iPhone and ebook moves

We really tried to move onto another topic this week, but Amazon was quick to release the iPhone Kindle applications so James, Kevin, and I chatted a bit more about ebooks inMobileTechRoundup show #164. We then discussed content and partnerships with Apple, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Fictionwise. There seems to be a lot happening in the ebook space and James is a bit worried about his content. We also talked about Android on a netbook and the BlackBerry App World pricing.

March 6, 2009 by

The Business Resource Planning Farm League

The enterprise juggernauts in the Enterprise resource planning (ERP) space are duking it out in rapidly changing business conditions - SAP are offering packages of applications with zero percent financing, Oracle are on the acquisition trail, buying regulatory compliance rules company Haley, their tenth buy this year - in an effort to keep momentum.

November 8, 2008 by

Mobile software Monday: 11 3rd party applications from the Android Market

The T-Mobile G1 is showing up in the hands of those who pre-ordered one this week (mine is schedule for Tuesday arrival) and I have been seeing new applications appearing in the Android Market almost daily on my review unit. There are still a very limited number of games and I think only one or two were added since I started my review. I loaded up eleven applications (a couple of these just appeared yesterday) and took the below video of eight applications in action on the G1. I covered the Video Player in my full review since that was really an application that should have been included by T-Mobile and Google. As I stated in my full review you only get 128MB of onboard storage to load up applications and you cannot currently load them on the microSD card. With the eleven applications I tried, I only had 34MB of remaining memory. However, in looking at the space allocation settings it looks like your data is stored in this area too so if you have a ton of contacts and lots of calendar entries your space may fill up faster.

October 19, 2008 by

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