Hitachi Data Systems today unveiled a new flash-based enterprise storage lineup based on the next generation of the company's Hitachi Storage Virtualization Operating System, now at version 7.
The next generation of Oracle's Infrastructure-as-a-Service offerings -- the new Bare Metal Cloud Services -- is now generally available.
Enterprise software vendor Atlassian announced two of its core products now support deployment on the Amazon Web Services cloud.
Windows Server 2016 and the System Center 2016 management suite of products have reached "general availability" status, Microsoft announced.
Dell surpassed Hewlett Packard Enterprise in server shipments in the second quarter, according to new research from Gartner Inc., but HPE maintained its lead in server revenue.
451 Research has published a study indicating that enterprise IT execs expect 60 percent of workloads to run in the cloud by 2018.
Primary Data today announced it's set to introduce its new DataSphere data orchestration platform at next week's VMworld 2016 U.S. conference.
Inspur launched its new family of InCloud 3000 hyperconverged server solutions for large and mid-sized datacenters at the recent Intel Developer Forum.
Enterprises looking for an entry point into all-flash storage are the target of a new offering from Nimble Storage, which specializes in predictive flash.
EView Technology, which specializes in integrating IBM mainframe and AS/400-iSeries server environments with IT management and discovery platforms, has enhanced its support for the Splunk data processing platform.
SAP SE said its updated business management tool aimed at small and midsize enterprises and subsidiaries of large companies features new intelligent analytics and project management functionality.
IBM is providing mainframe-focused resources to help move CSC clients to the cloud in a new partnership.
Research firm Gartner Inc. claims enterprises can cut software costs by up to 30 percent by following three best practices for optimizing software licensing.
Acronis says legacy backup solutions don't cut it in the new-age enterprise world, where data and other assets are digitized and spread over complex environments that include physical and virtual systems hosted on-premises, in the cloud or across myriad mobile devices.
Technavio has published new research predicting the integration of enterprise applications will drive the global eDiscovery software market through 2020 to the tune of a 17 percent compound annual growth rate.