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CA chases hot privileged identity management market with Xceedium buy

CA Technologies plans to acquire Xceedium in a move that will help round out its privileged identity management offering.

Alert Logic offers security service aimed at apps running on AWS

Security-as-a-service provider Alert Logic unveiled today Cloud Insight, a cloud-native vulnerability and configuration management product designed specifically for Amazon Web Services.

Microsoft continues CRM 'shopping spree'

Microsoft is beefing up its Dynamics CRM service, this time with an acquisition of Incent Games. The deal follows two other CRM-related acquisitions this year at Microsoft.

Spotlight: Fog cloud computing model for IoT

Why would you care about fog computing for IoT or anything else? "Fog computing, like many IT developments, grew out of the need to address a couple of growing concerns: being able to act in...

Report: Hybrid cloud market could grow $84.67B by 2019

According to a new report by MarketsandMarkets, the hybrid cloud market is expected to grow $84.67 billion, largely fueled by increased adaptation in North America. Other parts of the world, however, like Latin America and the Middle East will be close behind.

Microsoft releases first public preview of Exchange Server 2016

The first public preview of Exchange Server 2016 has been released by Microsoft.

Cloud adoption is up, costs are down, real savings can be had by smart negotiators

Cloud computing adoption continues to rise, cloud costs continue to fall, and sizable cloud savings continue to be available for those organizations that negotiate right, new studies reveal.

Canto introduces Cumulus Portals and new iOS app

DAM vendor Canto rolled out a new updates to its flagship digital asset management product, Cumulus, along with branded portals, a new iOS app and an improved API for better integration with third-party platforms and enterprise apps.  

Report: Companies increasingly, but reluctantly, willing to move to Microsoft cloud services

Microsoft Partners say their clients are willing to move existing Microsoft enterprise environments like Office, Exchange, and SharePoint to the cloud, but not without some trepidation.

Infint rolls out premium pricing tiers, keeps basic service free

File sharing service Infint announced the a new set of business and enterprise-class pricing tiers to give companies more storage flexibility and a few bonus features not found in its free basic service.