IBM has been awarded a patent for a technique that combines Big Data from multiple cloud services with locally-stored business data.
LiquidPlanner, developer of the industry’s only priority-based, predictive project management solution, announced the 4th generation of its product: LiquidPlanner 4.
Master Usage Models for Compute Infrastructure as a Service, Service Orchestration and Commercial Framework Build on Two Years of Requirements Definitions
Dell introduces Dell Cloud Dedicated, a private cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service
Cloud storage use cases and their relevance to data storage challenges.
Atos to create Canopy, as a One-Stop-Shop Company for Advanced Cloud Services; EMC and VMware to Invest Alongside Atos to target Cloud Computing for Enterprises and Government Space
ADC Virtualization Capabilities Will Support KPN’s Hosting, Private and Public Cloud Environments Using Clear Segmentation and Isolated Environments for Each of its Customers
OpSource, Inc. announced Tuesday it will offer Oracle SaaS for ISVs to provide licensing for Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware on a monthly basis.
The way that companies are operating has significantly changed over the past few years, and the shift is ever more evident if we look at a continuous rise of mobile workforce, both in the US and globally. There are more and more employees who are teleworking and this business trend is enabled by broadband connections, connected devices and collaboration tools that are evolving and becoming more sophisticated to support this trend and enable more productive and efficient remote workforce for businesses of all size.
Australian Telecommunications Giant Telstra Renews Contract with Bay Area’s Jamcracker
Due to impressive profits, Telstra, Australia’s leading telecommunications and information services company, has renewed its contract with Jamcracker, a Bay Area cloud services brokerage company. The Jamcracker Services Delivery …
Cloud-based business applications are garnering considerable attention from U.S. small and medium businesses (SMBs). According to AMI-Partners’ latest U.S. SMB Cloud Services Study, the software-as-a-service customer relationship management (or, SaaS CRM) market—already representing 570,000 U.S. SMB firms—is set to undergo double-digit year-over-year growth in the next five years. During this period, spending on SaaS CRM will outpace on-premise CRM by a margin of nearly four to one.
The advent of cloud services has changed the U.S. SMB landscape tremendously and has allowed small and medium-size firms to acquire enterprise-class solutions such as CRM, at significantly less total cost of ownership (TCO).