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BII REPORT: Here's How Microsoft Is Trying To Win Mobile In The Enterprise

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No other company has been hurt more by the rise of new devices in the enterprise than Microsoft. The iPad is a particular threat, as it could replace a significant number of Windows PC sales, and could loosen the company's hold on other enterprise business software. A recent report from BI Intelligence explains how this...
BII REPORT: Here's How Microsoft Is Trying To Win Mobile In The Enterprise
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Dell acquires Clerity as shopping spree continues

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Dell will lump Clerity in with the company’s services unit so it can help move legacy applications to cloud and other modern architectures....
Dell acquires Clerity as shopping spree continues
Dell Makes Third Software Buy In Four Days

Bull Seeks to Move Legacy Cobol and C Apps to a Java Environment

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Bull has unveiled a new transaction processing application platform, Libert TP, which it says will allow businesses to move legacy applications from Cobol or C......
Bull Seeks to Move Legacy Cobol and C Apps to a Java Environment

One on One: Paul Maritz, VMWare Chief Executive

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Paul Maritz, the chief executive of VMWare, is convincing companies that virtualization of software saves them money. That's the easy part. In an interview, he says: "When the data fabric changes, lots of other things change, too. The cloud customer experience only works if you upgrade your legacy applications, and...
One on One: Paul Maritz, VMWare Chief Executive
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New Platform Helps Port COBOL Apps to Amazon, Rackspace and Other Clouds

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A new development platform announced Thursday by startup Heirloom Computing will allow companies to move legacy applications written in the venerable, but......
New Platform Helps Port COBOL Apps to Amazon, Rackspace and Other Clouds

Dell buys Make Technologies: Three acquisitions in four days

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Dell is making a big bet that companies are going to have to modernize legacy applications, re-host them and make them cloud friendly....
Dell buys Make Technologies: Three acquisitions in four days

A TechStars for engineers: Andy Sack unveils new digital trade school Code Fellows

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Andy Sack (Randy Stewart photo) Everywhere you go in Seattle these days, companies are talking about how difficult it is to find talented developers, designers and engineers. As the director of TechStars Seattle and general partner of Founder’s Co-op, Andy Sack hears this a lot in his discussions with entrepreneurs....
A TechStars for engineers: Andy Sack unveils new digital trade school Code Fellows

How Microsoft Is Trying To Win Mobile In The Enterprise

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No other company has been hurt more by the rise of new devices in the enterprise than Microsoft. The iPad is a particular threat, as it could replace a significant number of Windows PC sales, and could loosen the company's hold on other enterprise business software. A recent report from BI Intelligence explains how this...
How Microsoft Is Trying To Win Mobile In The Enterprise

Enterprise Cloud Integration Company SnapLogic Raises $20M From Ignition, Andreessen Horowitz

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SnapLogic, a company that helps enterprises integrate their cloud environments with on-premise solutions, has raised $20 million Series C funding round led by Ignition Partners, joined by Triangle Peak Partners and existing investor Andreessen Horowitz. To date, SnapLogic has raised a total of $32.5 million from Andreessen Horowitz, Maples Investments,...
Enterprise Cloud Integration Company SnapLogic Raises $20M From Ignition, Andreessen Horowitz

Otka gets $25M more to take on cloud identity management

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Okta, an almost-four-year-old startup pushing a new type of identity management aimed at cloud-based enterprise applications, has raised $25 million in third-round funding. This round brings the San Francisco-based company to $52 million in total funding. New investor Sequoia Capital led the round with existing investors Andreessen Horowitz, Greylock Partners,...
Otka gets $25M more to take on cloud identity management

Launch Day: Microsoft's Surface Pro 128 GB already selling out online

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Microsoft launched its Surface Pro tablet today, the first full-fledged Windows 8 machine developed by the company, and already the demand is exceeding the supply for the 128 GB version of the tablet. Online listings at the Microsoft Store and Staples show the Surface Pro 128 GB as out of stock....
Launch Day: Microsoft's Surface Pro 128 GB already selling out online

Start menu isn't back in Win 8.1, but some key features are

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Microsoft customers clamoring for the incorporation of the Start button and menu into Windows 8 will get their wish partially fulfilled in the upcoming update of the OS. Windows 8.1, which will be released in preview mode next month and in final form later this year, will not have...
Start menu isn't back in Win 8.1, but some key features are

Rimini talks up bookings from Oracle customers

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As Oracle launches its Fusion applications, Rimini could do well as some customers decide to stick with their existing legacy applications as they evaluate other options....
Rimini talks up bookings from Oracle customers
PC Deathwatch: In Which Intel Begins to Sweat
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ELPaaS platform helps port COBOL apps to Amazon, Rackspace, other clouds

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A new development platform announced Thursday by startup Heirloom Computing will allow companies to move legacy applications written in the venerable, but still-viable, COBOL language, which often run on mainframes, to a variety of cloud computing services....
ELPaaS platform helps port COBOL apps to Amazon, Rackspace, other clouds

Bull seeks to move Cobol and C apps to Java

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Bull has unveiled a new transaction processing application platform, Libert TP, which it says will allow businesses to move legacy applications from Cobol or C to a Java environment at their own pace....
Bull seeks to move Cobol and C apps to Java

New Chromebooks: Google Tries Again to Make a Cloud-Based Computer Enough

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Google today releases new versions of its cheap personal cloud computers that promise to be much faster with a less frustrating interface. The Chromebook and Chromebox, made by Samsung, come a year after the launch of the first Chromebooks, which have not been widely adopted. The new Chromebook is an...
New Chromebooks: Google Tries Again to Make a Cloud-Based Computer Enough

Debian 7.0 'Wheezy' now available, lets Linux users mix architectures

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In a market crowded by ocelots, cows and mountain lions, it's nice to see an operating system that isn't named after an animal. The trend bucking OS? Debian's 7.0 update, Wheezy. Okay, it's technically the name of a penguin from Toy Story, but we'll give it a pass. The...
Debian 7.0 'Wheezy' now available, lets Linux users mix architectures

Microsoft GM: Surface Pro arriving in "coming weeks"

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Thanks to Twitter, now we have an idea for a Surface Pro debut date. On my way to the factory to check out #Surface Pro coming off the line…arriving in the coming weeks. — Panos Panay (@panos_panay) January 15, 2013 That’s a Tweet yesterday from Panos Panay, the general manager...
Microsoft GM: Surface Pro arriving in "coming weeks"

SAP's HANA: Accelerating Your Apps by 6 Orders of Magnitude

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Oracle CEO Larry Ellison likes to walk into a presentation with raw numbers in hand. When he touts Oracle technology as faster, he prefers to say how much... sometimes inflating the number as he goes along. "A factor of five. A factor of 10! A factor of 15!" What would...
SAP's HANA: Accelerating Your Apps by 6 Orders of Magnitude

Microsoft App-V 5.0 takes virtualization to the next level

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The Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) is a suite of tools available to Microsoft Software Assurance customers that enables IT admins to manage Microsoft environments more effectively. App-V--one of the tools included in MDOP--has been updated with significant enhancements IT admins and users will appreciate. What is App-V Let's...
Microsoft App-V 5.0 takes virtualization to the next level
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IBM taps Cloudera for big data platform

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IBM has tapped Cloudera as the primary commercial Hadoop distribution of choice for its big data platform. This represents something of an about-face by both companies. IBM executives used to complain (privately) that Cloudera was not ready for enterprise use. And their counterparts at Cloudera used to beef that IBM...
IBM taps Cloudera for big data platform
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