The enterprise software market features massive players like SAP and Oracle and customers that are beginning to question their license fees. Can enterprise software companies count on ever-increasing maintenance revenue streams. The enterprise software field is massive and includes Microsoft, IBM, BMC Software, CA and dozens of other players both large and small.
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Port management software developer gains traction since spinning off its Wynyard forensic software unit.
Stackify is a plucky young company out to show the established log analytics and management players a few lessons. Is the company's SmartELM smart enough?
Available this week is Juno, the latest six-monthly release from the OpenStack open-source cloud project and with it come questions about stability and the upgrade cycle.
The new OpenStack release, dubbed 'Juno,' has lots of fixes, better support for hot upgrades, and now hooks up with Hadoop.
The 45th president of the United States advised Dreamforce attendees about the necessities (and business opportunities) presented by the "age of renewables."
Microsoft's new unified enterprise tech conference has a name and is now open for registration.
The bundled service combines outsourced processes, technology and infrastructure to offer a pre-configured back office in the cloud.
The popular Hadoop distributor and the darling of open source say they are forging a new alliance in which they'll build open-source analytics offerings geared toward the enterprise.
Deferred revenue was $58.1 million. Signed customers in the quarter rose 28 percent from a year ago to 890.
The banking software provider will offer a software-as-a-service option to Asia-Pacific finance sector customers.
The vision Salesforce has for market-facing engagement is the right one: Tear down data, app, and user experience silos between marketing, sales, operations, and support. But does their cloud measure up to this vision yet?
Salesforce believes that there are four key areas of growth that will drive the company to become a $20 billion organisation.
Google unveiled its brand new 6-inch phablet smartphone, and 9-inch tablet.
The mayor of Munich has revealed that abandoning Linux and returning to Windows, after spending years moving away from Microsoft, would cost the German city millions of euros.
Infor is touting benefits such as faster ROI and a reduced total cost of ownership with the new platform.