Toshiba announced its unified communications system is being natively integrated with Salesforce on-demand CRM software-as-a-service.
Compuware announced a mainframe release automation solution designed to help enterprises follow continuous delivery best practices in IBM z/OS-based environments.
Box, which provides an enterprise content management platform, today announced a new Shuttle service to help enterprises migrate their content to the Box cloud.
Big Data storage specialist DataDirect Networks today unveiled a new high-end Lustre-based storage appliance designed specifically for high-performance computing and targeting data-intensive enterprises.
To provide integrated data governance across the burgeoning types of enterprise data assets, TopQuadrant today announced its TopBraid Enterprise Data Governance solution.
Magnitude Software, which provides Enterprise Information Management (EIM) software, announced Magnitude ONE, a master data management tool aimed at improving customer relationship management (CRM) initiatives in midmarket enterprises.
SelectHub, specializing in helping firms procure enterprise software, has come out with new tips on pricing such offerings.
With traditional customer relationship management software showing its age in the new era of cloud computing, enterprise mobility and the Internet of Things, CRM kingpin Salesforce has been continually expanding the scope of its enterprise solutions.
New short-term options for the Microsoft Products and Services Agreement will reportedly help enterprises that need to license Microsoft software for less than one-year periods, such as businesses that employ seasonal retail workers or organizations with fluctuating business demands.
A new survey from 451 Research indicates that 67 percent of large enterprises will increase spending on software-defined infrastructure this year, a 14.4 percent uptick. However, right now, only about a fifth of organizations are using the technology.
Enterprises still can't find enough Big Data talent for their analytics initiatives, so the Big Data adoption rate is still quite low, according to two separate new studies.
Cementing its committment to enterprise computing are three key products from Microsoft: OneDrive for Business, Skype for Business and the newly released Windows 10 OS.
This week Facebook Inc. unveiled the "6 pack" -- a new "open hardware," modular network switch, which the company is calling the first of its kind.
Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS)challenged traditional enterprise e-mail providers such as Microsoft and Google by announcing a preview of Amazon WorkMail.
Salesforce.com recently announced Lightning development tools for its Salesforce1 platform with the goal of enabling enterprise staffers with varying technical skills to build mobile apps.
Enterprise developers and marketers can capitalize on the vast quantities of information the Web giant gathers from its users.
Teradata also announces technology and sales partnership with enterprise Hadoop vendor Cloudera Inc.
HP announced the upcoming HP SDN App Store will provide software-defined networking offerings to ease the enterprise adoption of the nascent technology that increases network programmability.
BlueData Software launched its EPIC Enterprise platform with the goal to "democratize" Big Data by making it more accessible to enterprises of all sizes
Red Hat announced it's now seeking to become the king of the enterprise cloud services vendors.