The top news stories for March 24, 2014.
Adobe announced a strong quarter, especially for its cloud products, as it makes the transition from boxed software to a subscription-based service.
Microsoft announces a new version of Office 365 for individual users wth strange device restrictions.
Box is going Hollywood, as two high profile entertainment industry figures invest in the company and it announces a push to sign up entertainment industry companies.
The pervasiveness of energy sensors and ad hoc networks to enable the Internet of Things, along with virtualized networks and cloud computing, will transform the communications networks, content and technology markets by the end of the decade, predicts Strategy Analytics.
To help CIOs better understand the implications of their cloud computing decisions, here is a list of cloud statistics that every CIO should know.
LAS VEGAS--It's been over a year and half since Microsoft bought enterprise social company Yammer for $1.2 billion and at this week's SharePoint Conference 2014 in Las Vegas the investment appears to be paying off.
LAS VEGAS--The social, visually-rich features that are being teased at the SharePoint Conference 2014 in Las Vegas have IT professionals salivating--that is, IT pros whose enterprises have followed Office into the cloud. On-premise customers, however, were presented a less appealing entree.
The transportation sector is increasingly using mobile apps to reduce costs and improve worker productivity, customer engagement and brand loyalty, according to a report by FeedHenry and VDC.
A recent report by researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill looks at contracting issues that government agencies face with adopting cloud computing services.