Microsoft recently released updates for its supported Exchange Server products, including both cumulative updates and update rollups in accordance with its update scheme for the product line.
Compuware adds agility to mainframe development.
Microsoft's recent Connect() conference provided a peek into the future of its flagship SQL Server RDBMS.
Dell EMC today said it was "democratizing" high performance computing by extending its HPC cloud, software and systems offerings to more mainstream enterprises.
In a bid to further the development of new-age cognitive applications, IBM announced new hybrid cloud all-flash storage solutions.
Mainframe computers may seem like ancient relics from the past in today's modern IT environment, but a new survey from BMC Software shows they're faring quite well in the age of always-on digital business.
DreamFactory and TECHeGO today announced they've teamed up to launch a new cloud-based, AI-enabled marketplace for enterprise resource planning solutions.
Syncsort announced increased integration of its mainframe log data software, Ironstream, with Splunk's IT Service Intelligence offering.
The Google Cloud Platform team announced support for Windows Server 2016 Datacenter Edition, the latest version of Microsoft's server OS, on Google Compute Engine.
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.