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The Japan-based conglomerate is forced to unload the thriving business unit to fill a major hole in its finances caused by the bankruptcy of its U.S. nuclear unit, Westinghouse.
A lawsuit filed by three former employees claims Google is systematically and knowingly paying women employees less than comparable male workers. Google says allegations are untrue.
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.
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.
The customer experience, or CX, has become a priority in organizations. And CIOs play a critical role in making sure companies provide great experiences. Here’s why.
IT professionals say they are excited about the move to Windows 10 primarily for its numerous additional security features but also because it is easier to maintain on a day-to-day basis than its predecessors.
Startup combines data governance and security, catalog and discovery, AI and machine-learning-assisted data prep, community collaboration and cloud-optimization all into one package.
As HPE-Micro Focus "spin-merger" takes effect, MF remains ground zero for COBOL, which still runs most of the major at-scale transaction systems, such as credit-card processing and large travel logistics.
Cruise Control and Kafka work hand in hand. As Kafka users specify performance goals, Cruise Control monitors server clusters for violations of these goals, analyzes the existing workload and automatically executes changes.
Virtualization king releases updates software for managing, securing, monitoring and automating applications in single and multiple cloud systems.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The acquisition of Whole Foods has been approved by stockholders and the feds, so the deal will close on Aug. 28, immediately launching integration with Amazon.
Cloud service provides real-time monitoring of all data and alerts data stewards and compliance officers when data in use may be at risk. New GDPR regulations come into play next year.