G Suite's new capabilities will allow users to collaborate more efficiently using Google's suite of email and productivity apps, the company said.
Beating Wall Street expectations, Microsoft reveals that its commercial cloud annual run rate passes the $13 billion mark.
Styluses at the ready. The latest Windows "Redstone 2" build allows users to doodle on photos and fine-tune their stylus-based inking experiences on the fly.
Google Surveys 360 is aimed at helping enterprise customers of its suite of integrated marketing and data analytics products conduct surveys more easily, the company said.
The app now uses one of Android Nougat's hallmark features and allows users to keep their private notes under wraps.
A new partnership with Alibaba Cloud provides wide distribution potential for Docker technology.
VMware Cloud on AWS is architected with engineering, operations, support and sales resources from both companies. It will run on dedicated AWS infrastructure.
The security vendor aims to embed security as part of an application by way of an integrated software development kit.
The wait is finally over. Customers can now get the final release version of Microsoft's "cloud-ready" server operating system, a major part of the company's hybrid cloud vision.
After months of testing, Facebook Oct. 10 unveiled a new service it calls Workplace. The platform, which formerly was known as Facebook at Work before the company shifted its focus, is similar to popular corporate collaboration tools such as Slack, providing employees with the ability to communicate not only with others within their own company but within other companies as well. Workplace works across mobile and desktop. And since this is a Facebook service, employees will find familiar features, including chat, support for a company's News Feed to provide a steady flow of corporate updates and Facebook Live, so users can stream and watch video content in real time over the internet. Facebook's Workplace appears to be a compelling option for corporate users who want to break away from email or want to try something other than Slack. And Facebook believes it has the proper balance of features to appeal to the enterprise. This eWEEK slide show discusses what Workplace offers organizations.
Calabrio technology acts as a central application of record when it comes to enterprises interacting with customers and potential customers in a contact center.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Beginning this week, all updates will be roll-ups, with complete cumulative updates to begin in 2017, eliminating the ability to choose individual patches.
Was that Office 365 subscription a good investment? Now customers can see if their software dollars are well-spent with a new content pack for Power BI.
Canonical, the lead commercial sponsor behind the open-source Ubuntu Linux operating system, is set to debut its second major milestone release of 2016 on Oct. 13. The Ubuntu 16.10 release is named Yakkety Yak and follows the 16.04 Xenial Xerus release, which became generally available on April 21 and is a Long Term Support (LTS) release. The 16.10 release, however, is what Canonical considers to be a standard release. With an LTS, Canonical provides support for five years, while a standard release is supported only for nine months. In many respects, Ubuntu 16.10 is an incremental release and does not provide major new features, but rather a set of updated packages and minor improvements. Among the updated software are the open-source LibreOffice 5.2 productivity suite and the Firefox 48 web browser. Also of particular note is the fact that Ubuntu 16.10 is based on the latest Linux 4.8 kernel, which provides advanced hardware support and improved performance. The Ubuntu 16.10 milestone also provides a preview for the Unity 8 desktop. In this slide show, eWEEK takes a look at some of the features in the Ubuntu 16.04 Linux release.
Imbued with intelligence, the integrated business application platform will be generally available early next month.