Powered by NoSQL and open source tools, some IT shops are figuring out how to fund their own innovations within budgets. In this diginomica exclusive, Condé Nast shares how they achieved web scale with a new approach to optimizing web customer experience.
New Relic is tackling a daily problem for developers - too many alerts!
Neptune Software is the latest vendor to become an SAP content partner. We are more than happy to bring them aboard as they have a compelling story that will appeal to a large number of customers.
CAST Software has been stopping some of the more edgy, extravagant applications developments from being freely used in business without serious inspection and evaluation. This is an important trick.
Using open source in enterprises is common practice but where does it start and stop and what are the problems underpinning its usage in an enterprise context?
This week, the problem of IoT security gets open sourced as we track blog chains and blockchains for insights. Retail's big show gets a diginomica dissection, and whiffs are off to a good start with indestructable snowmen and ill-fated trials by combat.
IoT gets a bad rap for its lack of security. Ockam hopes to solve that problem by open sourcing its foundational technology.
How ING bank, Momentum Travel and internal sales provider Centerfield built contact centers based on Twilio, but without using its Flex call center platform
How Guardian Life’s shift to AWS enabled it to go agile, cut costs and partner with insuretech start-ups
158-year old insurer Guardian Life underwent a huge transformation that saw it turn off the lights to its data centers and enhance the way it worked with insuretech start-ups
How do you customize apps quickly, and open up your apps platform to customers? Those are some of the questions that the team at Nuance faced. Here's what they did about it - and how NoSQL and microservices fit in.
Cloud transformation is giving Swedish bank SBAB a fighting chance against larger rivals.