Software Article Archive:
Microsoft’s popular former channel chief Jon Roskill has a new gig as CEO Acumatica, a cloud ERP vendor focused on SMBs.
Report: The death of Windows XP buoyed the global PC market last year, but failed to save it from having the worst-ever year since records began.
Microsoft is set to issue a final warning to users running Windows XP by rolling out a new notification across devices running the OS, urging them to ditch it before it is too late.
The latest operating system market share numbers are in, and Windows 8.1 barely stepped up. Microsoft is taking notice and reportedly ready for drastic measures to move the needle, including a free versions of Windows 8.1.
Microsoft is reportedly ready to discount the price charged to PC and tablet manufacturers for preinstalling Windows 8.1 on low-cost machines. The move could make Microsoft more competitive with Google’s Android and Chrome operating systems.
Two CRM players made interesting moves this week with the rollout of new platform functionality and a clever CRM/unified communications crossover that takes visibility into sales and marketing intelligence to the next level.
Pat Gelsinger describes Intel with “two DNAs” — designing microchips and manufacturing microchips. The two are closely related, but different in execution.
Microsoft has announced it has sold 200 million Windows 8 licences since the divisive operating system was launched in 2012.
In a marriage of SDN convenience, Ericsson and Ciena are teaming up on joint transport solutions that bring together the pair’s optical and IP capabilities.
If you want to understand the real state of BYOD, the money is in the apps and how folks are doing actual work with them.