"Unprecedented speed" is the key ingredient in IBM's new flash storage solutions, designed for the new world of intelligent, cloud-based business apps.
EMC unveiled a flurry of new products at its EMC World 2016 conference with the goal of modernizing the datacenter.
Enterprises looking to move legacy workloads such as ERP or mainframe applications to the modern cloud will find help from Infosys, which has entered into a strategic alliance with Amazon Web Services, the leading cloud computing provider.
Juniper Networks Inc. has added new virtual firewalls to its Software-Defined Secure Networks (SDSN), a suite of products that applies to network security the "software-defined" technique of disaggregating software and hardware.
A brand-new survey shows enterprises are increasingly using open source Apache Kafka technology for real-time, streaming Big Data analytics.
With a mission to help organizations move from traditional file systems to more flexible, scalable cloud infrastructures, SwiftStack has upgraded its namesake "enterprise-ready object storage software."
Backed by dozens of partners, Mesosphere today announced the beta release of its open source DC/OS software, which acts as an OS for managing modern distributed applications in container-based datacenters.
To provide integrated data governance across the burgeoning types of enterprise data assets, TopQuadrant today announced its TopBraid Enterprise Data Governance solution.
The Robin Containerization Platform for Enterprise Applications was announced today by Robin Systems, which said the new offering is the first "application-defined datacenter software platform" in the industry.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has added to its high-performance computing offerings, with new deep learning functionality, storage servers and targeted financial services industry applications.
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.
Mainframe computing specialist Compuware announced the addition of better visualization capabilities to its ISPW source code management (SCM) and release automation offering.
After going all in on Apache Spark with a massive investment in the Big Data processing technology, IBM today announced it has enabled native Spark analytics on mainframes running the z/OS operating system.
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.
ASG Software Solutions today launched its Enterprise Data Intelligence solution for gaining insights into critical business data to support IT and business decision-making.
Syncsort upgraded its Ironstream product for helping to analyze IBM z Systems log data and today announced a free starter edition of the tool.
Amid a growing overall market, demand for x86-based servers increased year over year in the fourth quarter of 2015, while non-x86 server revenue actually declined, according to new research from IDC.
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.