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Splunk CEO Godfrey Sullivan said 2014 will be an interesting year as usage of the company's big data analysis software expands beyond core IT and security.
New software licensing models introduced by large vendors are meeting the needs of new technologies, but not the needs of enterprise customers, according to the software usage management vendor.
TechRepublic's software as a service (SaaS) survey reveals what companies say about future plans for SaaS usage, which applications are the most popular, and the top providers.
U.S. game developer wants more engineers as it pushes mobile games and wins more smartphone users through partnership with China's Sina Weibo.
Both game developers taking games off Google+ platform, citing insufficient users and decision to redeploy resources elsewhere as reasons, according to report.
GFI WebMonitor monitors and controls Internet access, reports on users' website browsing habits and downloads, and provides web security...
Trade of commercial game items to be banned from the second half of this year to keep students from wasting time, report says.
Both Google and Microsoft are advertising their browsers---two pieces of software that are free. Why? There's real ROI to driving platform usage.
While running multiple applications and system processes at the same time, all of which take their toll on the CPU and memory, it can...
Social game company says revenue up 32 percent year-on-year to US$321 million and daily active users up 6 percent to 65 million in first-quarter 2012, but closes quarter with US$85.4 million loss.
Social games developer buys four mobile game development studios as it looks to tap on opportunities in that space, report notes.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer previews new OSes, Kinect features.
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'SAP Runs SAP' is a fitting mantra for the German enterprise software maker, which has big targets for boosting its mobile usage internally in 2012.
Software application development has been going on for decades. In the old world of software, applications took a (usually accounting) business event and then validated, stored and reported it. These were internal usage utilities that dealt with internal data. That's the wrong perspective to have today. Businesses don't want apps - they need 'capabilities'. Moreover, they need capabilities that serve different kinds of information to different kinds of smart devices to mobile, interconnected workers.
Location features for real-time gameplay starting to emerge in mobile social games but success requires developers to engineer new experience, not simply dress up existing games, note industry watchers.
Monetization options, viral channels and interaction among active users are key factors developers weigh when designing games for social networking sites.
Accounting for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) resource usage is challenging. uptime software offers uptimeCloud.com to help.
Asia and Europe leading way in growing virtual goods market due to more users subscribing to social networking sites and accessing online games via mobile devices, industry insiders note.
Sunshine Insurance Group collaborating with Chinese online games operator, Gamebar, launches "virtual property" insurance amid growing disputes between gamers and operators over theft of virtual goods, according to report.
New study by a consortium of IT management vendors finds that companies are finally starting to get more out of the millions of dollars they invest in enterprise software. There's still a lot of work to be done, though.
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While some businesses still see the technology as a "fad", more are turning to it for better IT management and cost control, finds a survey.