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Storage provider unveils new software that enables its FlashBlade customers to manage up to a whopping 75 blades as a single system. This was unheard of previously.
Microsoft renews its AI investment push by pouring additional funds into Canadian firm Element AI and adding to CognitiveScale's coffers.
A new milestone release of the privacy-focused distribution Tails Linux used by Edward Snowden, updates software and security.
Awkwardly named zIT Consulting makes software that helps administrators optimize the workloads on IBM System z data center mainframes.
Rubrik Cloud Data Management Alta 4.0, which already is able to run storage and data protection of cloud-native applications in AWS, Microsoft Azure or both, now also features support for the most important operating environments in new-gen enterprises.
Updated SuccessFactors mobile app is one of the first products of a partnership that SAP and Apple announced last year.
The whole idea is to bring to users secure access to all files stored in Box with the familiar feel of traditional network-shared drives.
AI technology from Maluuba, a Microsoft acquisition, beats the classic game Ms. Pac-Man and helps pave the way for software that may one day optimize sales processes.
LogMeIn has mainly been known a provider of remote computer and file access tools since it was founded in 2003. But now the company has introduced a cloud CRM application called Bold360
Mozilla patches its Firefox web browser for 24 vulnerabilities and improves performance with multiprocess technology.
Declaring data science the key to unlocking the value of big data, Hortonworks and IBM announced a partnership designed to appeal to data scientists as well as business professionals.
Using eye-catching visualizations and approachable tech, Microsoft is using Power BI to prepare today's workers for tomorrow's data-driven future.