HubSpot sees potential in SaaS drag-and-drop CMS Hub
HubSpot are expanding their product portfolio. The CMS product, which exists alongside the company's well-known CRM solution, will be revised and renamed CMS Hub. CMS Hub should become a more mature product, and it should bring more prospects and customers to HubSpot. HubSpot sees an opportunity in...
Canonical launches high performance Android services on the cloud
Canonical, the creators of Ubuntu Linux, are going to build an Android app platform on top of an Ubuntu-based cloud. That cloud will be called the Anbox cloud, and should make it possible to build more demanding Android apps.
Among other things, high-end games for large smartphones should be del...
With DXP, Liferay increases focus on building personalized services
Liferay is in full development with its Digital
Experience Platform (DXP) technology. The platform continues to add
functionalities to enable companies to deliver a personalized experience to
their customers. This approach ensures that the business also goes well, which
makes Liferay an increasingl...
SAP merges operational and experiential data; design is ongoing
It is not very common for Software as a Service (SaaS)
companies to be taken over for amounts in the direction of ten billion dollars.
Only when an IT supplier sees above-average added value for its own portfolio,
will such an acquisition happen. At the end of last year, SAP completed a major
Robotic Process Automation is booming, but what can you do with it?
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is one of the most booming
disciplines in the IT market. Companies see a lot of potential in this type of
software, as it can take over a lot of repetitive tasks from people. It is the
robot that takes over certain processes, which reduces the risk of human error.
For Oracle, NetSuite is the best example of how cloud works
NetSuite is now part of one of the largest multinationals
in the world, Oracle. However, NetSuite knows how to distinguish itself from
this. It operates independently, and the culture in the company is clearly
different from Oracle’s. The way of communicating and the mentality is
distinctive and ...
Dell Boomi takes complexity out of integrations with iPaaS software
The IT world is expanding as large enterprise
organizations and SMEs adopt more and more PaaS, IaaS and SaaS solutions. At
the same time, on-premise solutions remain relevant in a lot of scenarios. This
growth in solutions poses a major challenge. After all, how do you integrate
the applications, d...
Splunk dives further into application monitoring with acquisition of Omnition
Splunk acquires SaaS startup Omnition, which uses distributed tracing to monitor microservices applications. As a result of the acquisition, Splunk claims to have more than ten engineers with significant expertise in tracing and observations.
The plan is to add Omnition to Splunk's IT and Developer ...
Cloud spending is increasingly concentrated around the five largest providers
Expenditure on the public cloud is increasingly concentrated around the five largest providers in this area. That's what IDC's records show. The consolidation of expenditure is even higher in Infrastructure and Platform-as-a-Service (IaaS and PaaS).
The five largest cloud providers accounted for 46....
CyberArk expands SaaS portfolio for privileged access security with new services
CyberArk has expanded its SaaS platform for privileged access security with new services. The platform should provide companies with a cloud-first strategy with better protection and easier management of privileged access, especially in hybrid cloud environments.
The SaaS platform has received an en...
Progress launches customer-exclusive file transfer environment
Progress has announced its new solution MOVEit Cloud Dedicated. This is a cloud-based managed file transfer (MFT) solution, where all hardware and software are assigned to a single customer. The solution maximizes performance, availability and speed.
Progress is a supplier of platforms for applicati...
ServiceNow makes SaaS platform available on Azure
ServiceNow has announced that it will make its software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform available on Microsoft's Azure cloud and on its own private cloud infrastructure. This further extends an earlier collaboration between the two companies.
Microsoft and ServiceNow already announced a partnership in ...