Posts Tagged ‘software’
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.
Microsoft has announced it has sold 200 million Windows 8 licences since the divisive operating system was launched in 2012.
CRM technology will be one of the first beneficiaries of emerging digital trends, according to Gartner, which warned that cloud CRM could be reaching saturation point.
Turns out most key industry executives are feeling at least optimistic about Satya Nadella’s Microsoft promotion, but some analysts see it differently.
The high-end IT management solutions vendor with an impressive client list, rolled out a new partner program that marks a significant shift in the company’s go-to-market approach.
A series of leaked screenshots making the rounds seems to indicate Redmond knows how to handle criticism and has made some changes accordingly.
On paper, at least, Microsoft is winning many of its bets and pivoting successfully toward areas vital to its future like consumer hardware, commercial sales and cloud computing.
Microsoft is planning on extending some security support for Windows XP past the widely publicized end-of-support date in April. Thirteen-year-old Windows XP was always planned to be axed this April, and last year Microsoft channel firms and migration specialists began to speak up about the benefits of migrating, a process that can take more than year. After […]
Intelligent Product Solutions (IPS), an end-to-end product development services provider, has announced a distribution partnership with Ingram Micro. The agreement will enable IPS’ Kea software products to be distributed throughout the U.S.
The good news just keeps on coming in the technology mergers and acquisitions space, with a new report showing tech M&A activity surged to a post-dotcom-bubble record $71.2 billion based on renewed deal-making confidence in several segments including mobility and cloud.