Software Article Archive:
Microsoft Corp. has struggled to lure users away from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1, according to new figures from Net Applications, but Windows 7 and XP are still running on plenty of desktops.
Redmond is set to introduce a one-size-fits-all contract for volume licensing deals.
Uneven results among HP’s business units give the channel pause over HP, which may be steering the right course but is far from fully righting the ship.
Dimension Data this week rolled out a new suite of SaaS hosting and application management services for growing partners and ISVs looking to simplify cloud hosting and management operations.
It wasn’t long ago that Salesforce.com was touting its Touch mobile app and Chatter social networking platform as the fundamental interfaces for the company’s CRM offerings. You can forget about all that now.
Partners who have had a hard time deciding on a mobile management platform from the nearly 100 available choices on the market have something new to consider this week with IBM’s purchase of mobility management specialist Fiberlink.
Possible Ballmer successor Elop is reported to be keen on sidelining Windows push in favor of boosting Office uptake.
The FlexPod enhancements include improved automation of integrated infrastructure, new business continuity solutions, and the validation of new products and reference architectures that wrap in solutions from Citrix.
Microsoft has beefed up its rhetoric designed to move customers off XP and on to its new Windows 8 platform by claiming the old OS is six times less secure than its newer counterpart.
Redouble your efforts to sell upgrades to XP and Office 2003 before it’s too late, says distie Tech Data.