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SAP will continue to release new versions of its Business ByDesign cloud ERP suite, despite some recent indications to the contrary, according to the vendor's head of development.
New services and updates for the in-memory platform will be unveiled during this week's Tech Ed conference.
It's not perfect, but according to a recent survey from FixYa, Safari is the favorite mobile browser among users.
Despite threats from rivals that are open source, cheaper, or cloud-based, Microsoft Office still rules the workplace productivity software roost, according to Forrester Research.
Yahoo Small Business handles Web hosting, domain registration, e-commerce and email services for small businesses. It's about to get an overhaul as part of the company's ongoing attempt to revamp itself.
Web app allows sender to control how content is experienced.
The employee reviews site Glassdoor says network equipment maker Juniper tops its rankings of the highest-paying companies for software engineers.
Facebook was already implementing stronger security controls when the U.S. National Security Agency's expansive surveillance program was revealed in June, its chief security officer said Thursday.
Enterprise social networking suites like Tibbr are often referred to as "Facebooks for businesses" because they offer social features such as profiles, microblogging, groups, discussions, and ratings.
LinkedIn Recruiter is a mobile version of the many recruiter tools already available on the LinkedIn website.
ThinApp users have scored a victory as VMware has decided to keep offering it as a separate product and said a new version will arrive soon.
Twitter, which is preparing for an imminent IPO, submitted an updated S1 filing to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that contained financial results for the first nine months of its current financial year.
Microsoft has enhanced its Yammer enterprise social networking suite's mobile applications, email integration, and document collaboration.
The number of people using Yahoo’s services has grown, but the company hasn’t turned those users into top-line growth.
A new Microsoft program dubbed Student Advantage allows educators to extend their Office subscriptions to students if the educational institution buys it itself, offering massive savings for large universities.