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Microsoft is raising the prices of enterprise versions of Office 2019 starting Oct. 1, which will be the first price increases on the office productivity software suite since the company released Office 2010.
Oracle's new Trust Fabric initiative looks to boost identity and access management with autonomous security capabilities.
By executing data functions more swiftly, enterprises would increase overall organizational efficiencies while expanding analytics and machine learning efforts.
Sale teams would like to do a better job of delivering key, decision-making data to top executives—but the current state of their IT tools and CRM solutions is holding them back.
Knative has the potential to redefine how serverless computing can be used to build cloud architectures and expand the use of the serverless genre beyond mere functions.
Already popular with consumers, voice-activated technology is elevating its presence within the enterprise—with top executives viewing it as a sales-driving tool.
The OneNote desktop client will now pause file synchronization operations when Windows slips into its power-saving mode.
Businesses can now sell and deploy devices that run the Windows 10 IoT Core operating system without worrying that an unwelcome feature update will throw a wrench in things.
Red Hat's latest update of Ansible Engine includes new capabilities that make it easier to support automation across multiple cloud environments.
Cloud-native application development is an approach to building and running an application that can take full advantage of the cloud computing model based on four key tenets: services for architecture, APIs for communication, containers for infrastructure and DevOps for process.