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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I come not to praise these programs, but to bury them. And, boy, from the smell of some of these -- they really need to be buried!
Enterprise users looking for ways to connect their iOS devices to Exchange servers have more choices than ever. Apple's Mail, Contacts, and Calendar apps aren't the only options any more.
The IoT potentially will reach into everything, but enterprises need to zero in on where the most value will be realized.
Rimini Street rolled out a services designed to mix, match and migrate legacy SAP and Oracle applications with cloud tools from the likes of Workday and Salesforce.
IBM has aggressively building out its marketing suite as it tries to land chief marketing officers, which increasingly control more technology buying power.
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One portal vendor's open source journey builds on a community-based development approach.
The former Secretary of State concluded that innovation is at the core of solving not only technology and marketing problems, but also "human problems that can only be addressed by habits of the heart."
Old adages don't apply to the fast-paced world of technology and business continuity requirements.
For now, large Glass deployments in the enterprise aren't the norm. But Google is hoping developers are ready to experiment and build up business use cases.
The latest incarnation of the open-source NoSQL database offers a range of new features designed to appeal to developers and businesses.
A big motive for SAP's move to offer Business Suite as a subscription service is to take away rivals' cloud-first arguments and offer a viable option to stay with the company.
Microsoft may have ended support for Windows XP but those left clinging to the aged operating system still have some ways of managing the risks.
After months and years of warnings, Microsoft has finally pulled the plug on XP. Here's ZDNet's round-up of what happens next and why you should care.