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?With MuleSoft, Salesforce gets a hybrid cloud play

Salesforce's acquisition of MuleSoft adds an integration cloud and a way to connect to more hybrid cloud deployments.

KPMG acquires Singapore mobile app developer

Consulting firm says it has purchased Singapore-headquartered Rainmaker Labs in a move to beef up its digital and mobile offerings.

Telstra partners with Microsoft for Office 365 calling

Telstra Calling for Office 365 will provide business customers with access to cloud collaboration and voice services within Microsoft's Office 365.

Oracle beats Q3 earnings estimates

The enterprise software giant touted the expected growth of its SaaS business.

9 reasons to be cautious with blockchain

Blockchain appears to be one of the most highly secure networks conceived. Still, there are multiple points of vulnerability, as recently called out by a group of researchers.

IBM launches Cloud Private for Data; elite data science consulting team

IBM is bundling platforms and aiming to use its services group to speed up data science and AI deployments.

Top 6 fundamentals of Cloud-based Application Security Testing

Millennials with new technology interfaces are shifting the entertainment zones from television to mobile-based or device-based applications. Preferences are changing, which is impacting the overall application development cycle. There is no scope for any downtime or hiccups in customer experience. Show More Summary

How to successfully take on the DevOps Adoption Wave within QA?

Let us begin with acknowledging the fact that riding the DevOps Adoption Wave requires you to have a team of ‘rockstars’ who are ready to take that leap of faith with you. They are ready to face all troubles – such as hitting the wall...Show More Summary

Can Digital Assurance and Testing make Retail more Futuristic?

The retail sector has always bet on gauging consumer preferences and building an inclusive strategy to further nurture these choices. This sector has been one of the most dynamic domain among all. The challenge has been to cut the competition and deliver innovative experiences to the customers. Show More Summary

Top 5 trends in Mobile Test Automation

The year 2018 marks the 10-year anniversary for Apple App store and Android. The last decade has witnessed tremendous action, constant updates, rave reviews, millions of downloads, and much more. By the end of 2017 the iOS App Store and Google Play had more than 2 million and more than 3.5 million apps. Show More Summary

'Digital' confusion, disasters ...and opportunities beyond the hype

The word 'Digital' is a dangerously generic buzzword that few understand or agree on. Yet those being left behind by 'digital's' evolution will have an increasingly hard time catching up

GitHub: New copyright rules could strangle software development

New regulations could force platforms hosting code repositories to scan uploaded code.

Google partners with LinkedIn to train Android developers

Google is offering 19 different courses on LinkedIn Learning that aim to prepare new developers for the Google Android Developer Certification exam.

AEC gives Fuji Xerox AU$27m for another ballot scanning system

Fuji Xerox Businessforce will be providing the Australian Electoral Commission with a new Senate scanning solution, touting the success of the one the company provided for the 2016 federal election.

Slack integrates with SAP Concur for travel, expense bots

The bots will roll out separately, with expenses available in public beta today and the travel bot slated to arrive within the next few months.

Windows attack: Poisoned BitTorrent client set off huge Dofoil outbreak, says Microsoft

Attackers used a popular BitTorrent client to spread coin-mining malware to over 400,000 PCs in a matter of hours.

Windows RDP flaw: 'Install Microsoft's patch, turn on your firewall'

Attackers can use a protocol bug in Windows RDP to steal session authentication and take over a network domain.

Google's DoubleClick outage should force marketers to ask some hard questions

DoubleClick for Publishers has suffered five service disruptions in 13 days in March. When the ad tech stack is largely controlled by Google little things like reliability really matter. More transparency into what Google's DoubleClick is needed.

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