Seagate’s Kinetic Open Storage cuts out the storage server tier so that storage itself becomes the platform.
It’s a sad fact of life in Silicon Valley that the people who work the hardest are paid the least — and, for the most part, are completely invisible.
Updated at 9:10 PM PT with additional details about the contract
Big Blue has won a much-needed victory in the ongoing battle for the government’s cloud dollars, after its tussle with Amazon over a CIA contract fell flat in court.
The finalists will present their innovative products or services to an expert panel of judges at our GamesBeat 2013 conference.
Shifting from on-premises infrastructure to the cloud is no longer a tough decision: with few exceptions, the cost and scalability benefits are evident. The real debacle is which cloud provider to choose.
Nimble Storage filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission Friday to raise up to $150 million in an initial public offering.
UserMind is developing software that makes it easier for business operations teams to integrate multiple software applications, creating stronger connections between the teams, applications, and data, and making it easier to iterate.
Managing intellectual property can be a time-consuming process, especially for major enterprises with thousands of inventions, patents, and trademarks. That’s why companies like Microsoft, Ford, and Coca-Cola turn to Anaqua for help.
Sponsored Post Talk about agile development, technology acronyms may be the most nimble creations of the tech sector to date. From SaaS (software as a service) to PaaS (platform as a service), to IaaS (infrastructure as a service), what are we supposed to make from all of this? And is the acronym already obsolete?
A trio of former Yammer executives have launched a new company, dubbed Mode, with seed funding from former boss David Sacks.
Regardless of your feelings on skeuomorphic design, mobile app makers are rushing to bring their products in line with iOS 7′s flat user interface. The latest reboot is Roambi, a mobile-only data visualization and content publishing app from eponymous developer Roambi (formerly MeLLmo).
Sponsored Post New Relic, the San Francisco-based leader in Software Analytics, is set to host their inaugural FutureStack conference in just one week from today. On Oct. 24-25, the Grand Hyatt San Francisco will be transformed by the sounds of 800+ disruptive developers, technologists and creatives, joining together to imagine, build and craft the future of Modern Software.
“The president, the NSA, and their lawyers have tried to deflect public outrage by distorting the facts and misleading the public about the process,” LIlly says.
Droplr has been uploading users’ files to the cloud since 2009 but is only now taking on funding to grow the company and stand up against formidable competition.
It’s no huge surprise that the software industry is thriving post-recession — where it’s growing is much more valuable information.
The startup plans to use the new capital to eventually build an Android version of its service.
Tibbr’s 6.5 million paid users will see some changes when they log into the enterprise social network today.
It’s not the sexiest tech, but Veeva Systems made an incredibly strong public debut on Wall Street this morning.
On Tuesday evening, I drew a monocle on VentureBeat founder Matt Marshall. But this was no ordinary monocle, because the Adobe software I used to create it was running on servers 3,000 miles away and piped directly to my web browser.
Guest Post Enterprise software is changing in many ways. It’s moving to the cloud. Profit margins are getting squeezed. Customers are cutting costs and demanding more. The onus is now on vendors to prove their value-add.
VMware’s new end user business unit chief Sanjay Poonen took the lead on the acquisition.
My teachers always told me that there’s no such thing as a free lunch. Apparently, that also applies to Microsoft Office.
Backing up data is easy — but doing it for hundreds of employees and across a slew of devices isn’t.
Editor’s Pick Microsoft isn’t sure if it will ever unload Xbox One’s visuals into the cloud, but it anticipates that the system will last longer thanks to its Xbox Live Compute system.
Myriad industries stand to benefit from in-memory computing, from oil companies that monitor pipelines and track real-time pricing information to logistics organizations that analyze real-time traffic and weather conditions to calculate optimal delivery routes. GridGain hopes to sell its services to all of them.
Brazil is building its own private e-mail service because it just doesn’t trust the U.S.
Editor’s Pick Here are seven promising startups we saw at last week’s Capital Factory demo day:
Editor’s Pick Experts predict that federal and state agencies will have no other choice but to adopt modern, cloud-based technology.
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Believe it or not, there is some drah-mah in the cloud-accounting industry. Oh, yeah, we’re talking dollars and data centers, here, people.
Greenwave has raid $19 million to prepare for the day when our homes are run by computers. The company is building a “Home2Cloud” platform that connects all the different connected devices in a home and makes it easier to manage them from one dashboard.
Sponsored Post New Relic, the San Francisco-based leader in Saas Application Performance Montoring is hosting its first-ever technology conference, FutureStack, in San Francisco on October 24th-25th. The conference—which is an exploration of the future of Modern Software—is inviting 800+ disruptive developers, technologists and creatives together to help imagine, build and craft the future of software innovation.
Guest Post There’s a reason more than 50 percent of cloud buyers have already invested in, or are planning to invest in, hybrid cloud deployments. It’s because hybrid cloud allows companies to combine best-of-breed offerings from both the public and premise infrastructure worlds, enabling them to create an ultimate, custom-tailored solution.
Big data startup Cirro thinks you shouldn’t need technical savvy to make sense of your company’s data.
Google launched new cloud-based development tools for iOS developers today, enabling them to connect to cloud services simply, easily, and cheaply. So cheaply, in fact, it’s free.
Our forecast shows dark days ahead for BlackBerry — and we’re not talking about the BlackBerry Storm. But this hasn’t stopped the ailing smartphone maker from unveiling a new cloud service for enterprises.
“The Industrial Internet is better characterized as a race with the new intelligent machines, not against them,” GE economist write in a new report.
A U.S. court dealt IBM a major blow Monday when it ruled in favor of Amazon’s cloud computing contract with the CIA.
About seven million social media managers, marketers, and ordinary average people share content from the web to their personal and corporate social media account with HootSuite’s tools.