Enterprise applications stories - Page 2
New solution allows Windows apps on Chromebook Enterprise
Parallels and Google have partnered to enable Windows applications to run in VMs on Chromebooks without rebooting or an internet connection.
SolarWinds Niche Player in app monitoring Magic Quadrant
Simplicity, visibility and solution synergy have put SolarWinds into the 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring.
ANZ can scale and accelerate digital transformation with Application Services
Aussie, Kiwi firms find stride in swift app deployment, but juggle security and legacy tech, F5 reports.
Xero teams up with Vonto and Commonwealth Bank to provide daily data feed
Xero partners with Commonwealth Bank-backed Vonto app to provide small businesses with financial insights in daily news feed.
APAC business process applications market will surpass $93bn in 2023
APAC business process app market to hit $93.2bn by 2023, trails North America's lead.
HCL Tech named MuleSoft APAC Emerging Partner
HCL won based on achieving the highest growth in terms of MuleSoft training, certifications, new customer opportunities and project implementation.
Apple gets serious about enterprise & security features
Features include new BYOD policies, managed Apple IDs, security enhancements, and even an app that allows users to find their phone or their friends.
Virtustream launches new services for cloud applications
The new suite of professional and managed services expands Virtustream’s enterprise application and services solutions.
Wisenet releases education campus management solution
Wisenet ITS Application Suite can be customised and configured to meet modern public education provider demands.
Citrix takes network solutions into Google Cloud
Citrix is taking its SD-WAN solution and Citrix ADC onto Google Cloud Platform to get applications onto the cloud.
Honeywell launches online enterprise app store
Honeywell launches online marketplace for business software to boost productivity.
App downtime costs businesses over $700k per event
One hour of business-critical application downtime can cost larger companies $144,062.52 per hour, with an average repair time of over five hours.
Okta to acquire Azuqua to connect business apps in the enterprise
Okta to acquire Azuqua, boosting workflow automation and app integration for businesses.
Pure Storage expands enterprise data management solutions
It has integrated StorReduce technologies for a cloud-native back up platform, and expanded its data fabric solution for cloud-based applications.
LogicMonitor launches container monitoring solutions
Kubernetes monitoring and LM Service Insight provide performance analytics and data retention for microservices and containerised applications.
Nutanix snaps up leader spot in Gartner Magic Quadrant
Nutanix has scored a position as a leader on the November 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Hyperconverged Infrastructure.
Modernising ERP systems can help organisations comply with GDPR
Global privacy laws force firms to safeguard customer data.
Interview: Mobile Mentor CEO shares mobility strategies
Mobile Mentor, a mobile solutions company, has been named a Microsoft Co-Sell Ready partner, enabling them to build custom mobile apps with high security.
Interview: Mobile Mentor’s long term future with Microsoft
Mobile Mentor is now a Microsoft Co-Sell Ready partner, bolstering global enterprise mobility with top-tier tech.
How Kiwi businesses can embrace a mobile workforce
As an early adopter of Amazon Web Services, Suncorp uses the public cloud to manage many applications and services central to its business.
VMware shuts down enterprise social networking platform Socialcast
The Socialcast network reached end of availability on May 17, 2018, meaning no VMware users can begin using the platform.
Okta report says security is changing workplace app use
Okta's 2018 Businesses @ Work report, which found that seven of the 15 fastest-growing apps are security tools or have security use cases.
Moving mission-critical applications to the cloud
There is a whole host of SAP applications on the cloud that can help enterprises grow their business in more innovative ways.
TIBCO’s Live Apps platform to be hosted in Australia
TIBCO Live Apps provides business users with self-service functionality while aiming to reduce the burden on corporate IT departments.