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Enterprises can now run Hortonworks' Hadoop-based Data Platform in Rackspace's managed hosting environment and its public cloud.
Acquisitions byJapanese NTT Communications will more than double NTT Com's data center space in the U.S., enabling the company to respond to what it said is a high demand for data-center services in North America.
There are about 1,100 ByDesign customers now, although that number falls far short of SAP’s original hope of 10,000 by 2010.
Google’s new remedies aimed at avoiding a fine from the European Commission for allegedly breaking competition rules do not include the Google.com domain.
Some people think a lot can go wrong if you have your emails pass through LinkedIn's servers with the company's new Intro technology.
New features are arriving for Oracle's multichannel marketing platform, as it looks to get a leg up on its rivals.
Keeping up with the ever-changing nature of business intelligence, MicroStrategy has revamped and expanded its line of BI software to incorporate big-data analytics and desktop visualization.
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.
When Microsoft asks you to open your wallet for a Surface 2 or a new Windows PC, it's really asking for a larger commitment. Here's how Microsoft's latest products ask you to buy into Microsoft itself.
Google Maps Engine Pro, a cloud-based software tool, aims to let businesses organize data such as shipping roots, warehouse locations and sales territories.
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.
Oracle says its updated data-integration software portfolio can more rapidly deliver data to data warehouses and analysis applications.
VMware is hoping to persuade more enterprises to make the leap to virtual desktops by improving graphics capabilities and allowing them to circumvent Microsoft's licensing terms.
Marketers are always looking for a way to stand out, especially when it comes to email, and Chicago-based Pointdrive thinks it has the answer.
When Divya Dhar became a doctor four years ago, she received a somewhat archaic handout from her hospital: a pager.