Don't-Miss Web and Communications Software Stories
Spark users can run R jobs across data stored on multiple servers
An Android version of the Sales Navigator mobile app is also now available
Instead of trying to bring its touchscreen app up to par with the desktop version, Skype will just discontinue the app altogether.
Lattice Engines is one of many software providers capitalizing on this trend
The changes add support for two-factor authentication, and don't require users give the app their password.
Improved data-blending capabilities are on the way in Lumira 1.27
Skype’s real-time language translator is impressive already, but it can’t get better without more data. So later this summer, Skype Translator Preview will break out of the Windows Store and become a feature in Skype’s main desktop software.
Microsoft has opened up the web version of Skype to anyone in the United States and United Kingdom, though full Chromebook support is still lacking.
A connector for Active Directory integration is now in beta
Data-profiling tools help companies find and fix issues such as inconsistent or invalid data
Microsoft's chat app for Windows, iOS and Android will close without a chance of reopening if a particular string is in their chat history
The new SMB-focused release offers closer ties with Azure
The enterprise edition of Varnish Plus now includes the ability to run SSL/TLS encrypted sessions between server and client,
There's gold in them thar hills of log data, Logentries says
Expertise drawn from 50,000 user engagements went into the new IBM software