AWS brings Linux app streaming at a lower cost
Amazon Web Services announced it added support for streaming Linux applications and desktops to its AppStream services, which was previously only available for Windows. The claim made is that it will significantly reduce the total streaming cost.
AppStream 2.0 has been running since late 2016 an... Read more
HP brings Microsoft’s SMB Subscription Management Service
HP now allows SMBs to utilize HP Subscription Management, offering SaaS license management for Microsoft 365 and cloud services.
HP is working with Microsoft to launch a subscription management service. It intends to target small and medium businesses (SMBs) to streamline their Microsoft licensi... Read more
ServiceNow and Celonis join forces to automate workflows
The strategic partnership has developed collective products to help customers map operations across people, processes, and systems.
Celonis is forming a tactical partnership with US-based ServiceNow. The duo aims to assist customers in recognizing workplace operations that have the potential for... Read more
Antuit.ai acquired by Zebra Technologies
Zebra Technologies Corp. has just announced that it’s acquiring Antuit.ai Inc. The deal should be closed by the end of the year.
About the acquisition
Zebra Technologies Corp, an enterprise technology company, has announced that it is acquiring Antuit.ai INC, an AI software for manufacturer... Read more
CRM supplier Freshworks files to go public
Freshworks filed paperwork late Friday with the US Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering. The software-as-a-service customer relations management startup wants to list on the Nasdaq Global Select Market and is looking to raise $100 million through the sale of Class A sto... Read more
AWS WorkSpaces can now be accessed from a browser, except on Linux
Microsoft’s cloud desktop plans are in the crosshairs after Amazon Web Services added browser access to its WorkSpaces desktop-as-a-service offering. Browser access will only work for WorkSpaces running Windows.
Linux users have been left out in the cold and AWS has not said when or if the OS ... Read more
Kaseya’s SaaS services are back online
Kaseya managed to restore functionality to its SaaS services, which then led to more unplanned downtime. The company has been in a scrambling mode for the past week or so, trying to reboot its SaaS servers, which it has hardened after the REvil ransomware attack.
The company has communicated to ... Read more
Jamf to acquire Wandera for $400 million
Jamf, the software company specializing in Apple enterprise management, announced that it has signed an agreement to purchase Wandera, the zero-trust cloud security startup. The deal is valued at $400 million. Wandera was founded in 2012 and offers a unified cloud security solution.
The solution... Read more
Qlik updates Mobile Analytics Experience
Qlik announced Qlik Sense Mobile for SaaS, which brings a better mobile analytics experience. It is among four very important features being delivered in the second quarter across the company’s analytics and data integration platform.
Customers will use the updates to achieve active intelligen... Read more
Atlassian launches Jira Work Management for business teams
Atlassian recently launched its Jira Work Management tool, which allows teams within business departments to better collaborate with each other. This extends the work tracking and allocation capabilities that Jira already offers to departments within businesses beyond just the IT department.
Atl... Read more