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The world's largest enterprise database maker said that it brought in revenue of $9.2 billion, up 7 percent over Q1 and easily outflanking Thomson Reuters analysts' projection of $9.02 billion.
VIDEO: Jim Zemlin, Executive Director of The Linux Foundation explains what his organization is doing to push open-source software forward.
The software giant is releasing a new set of GUI tools that will help narrow the gap between existing graphical interfaces and the PowerShell command line
Salesforce is making it a lot easier to connect a company’s data stores with its cloud-based analytics function by including wizard-like connectors in the platform.
New Relic Applied Intelligence is a set of tools that brings to bear big data analytics, machine learning and predictive algorithms to “learn” and predict application behavior.
Apttus' total funding to-date is now $329 million; the San Mateo, Calif.-based company was bootstrapped from its founding in 2006 until its first investment round in late 2012.
DAILY VIDEO: Linus Torvalds wants attackers to join Linux kernel development; the Equifax breach potentially was triggered by the Apache Struts vulnerability; ScanMyPhotos offers free service for residents of Texas and Florida; and there's more.
The Linux Foundation announced new projects and milestones at its premier North American event. And it wasn't the only organization making noise at the summit.
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Voice-activated digital assistants have taken the consumer world by storm—and the trend is moving rapidly into business. This slide show looks at why the voicebots' popularity is growing.
The new drillthrough filtering options in Power BI allows data explorers to gather new insights with just a click.
With a new guest access feature, Teams users can now invite outside colleagues and partners to their group chats.
Speaking at the Open Source Summit in L.A., the Linux creator said he wants hackers to join Linux before they turn to the dark side.