The opening up of Box will enable customers and development partners to embed the tool’s key capabilities in their own applications, says CEO Aaron Levie.
Recommendations engine service provider to the giants of omnichannel retail turns to Pentaho’s Hadoop-friendly ETL tool to streamline client data on-boarding.
Amazon widens global assault on PayPal with launch of Login and Pay service in UK/Germany — early adopter AllSaints reports big leap in checkout conversions.
Ian Cohen, CIO of global insurance group JLT, explores why highly regulated industries still face major barriers to cloud adoption — and calls on suppliers to play a greater role in demolishing those.
MarkLogic CEO Gary Bloom talks to Diginomica about size, enterprise-level table stakes and the lead generation engine provided by his open source database rivals.
Small and mid-sized businesses now bank almost 60% of the spend that UK central government departments put through G-Cloud, as short, fixed-term contracts, pricing transparency and open procurement have “levelled the playing field.”
How the UK’s energy department is orchestrating the installation of smart meters nationwide with the help of Huddle.
How the European operation of the world’s fourth largest toy company created a revenue-boosting mobile app for its field salesforce — for what others would regard as a project rounding error.
The international gaming giant says an intense focus on automation and orchestration — undepinned by virtual hybrid cloud technology from VMware — has “finally” enabled the seamlessly sharing of workloads across private and public clouds.
Today cloud business intelligence accounts for a fraction of IT decision-maker spend on analytics: so how come new data shows 50% are mulling just such a move?
NoSQL database start-up responds to accelerating growth by drafting in seasoned database industry execs.
IT service management tools are not the sole preserve of IT, argues Red Hat CIO Lee Congdon. And since adopting ServiceNow, the open source software vendor has sown the cloud-based ITSM tool into the processes of HR, payroll, engineering, and more.
Cloud-based business intelligence provider Birst foresees a pick up in adoption as the fundamental barriers that have been a drag on the segment’s growth start to fall away.