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Servers? We don't need no stinkin' servers!

You may be moving your mission-critical applications to a serverless architecture sooner than you think.

New Relic Infrastructure introduces new AWS, Azure, GCP integrations

New Relic wants organizations to be able to monitor performance of all the popular cloud services.

Use Microsoft Outlook? Update now to fix these two dangerous bugs

Microsoft's February patches include its mitigations for Meltdown-Spectre CPU attacks in its Security Only update.

Cornerstone's Q4 falls short of expectations

The company maintains that its strategic transformation plan is going well.

How to secure your website

You no longer have a choice about locking down your website. Google will mark all non-HTTPS sites as insecure this July. It's time to lock your site down, and Let's Encrypt gives you a free and easy way to do it.

Okta teams with Sailpoint for joint identity management service

Okta and SailPoint are often pitted as rivals, but the companies offer different solutions to the online identity management problem.

The CRM Watchlist 2019: Welcome to the show

Changes in the CRM world have led to major changes in the CRM Watchlist and the new Emergence Maturity Index Awards. See how the customer-facing technology market correlates to these changes, and how you can register and submit to these.

Model N aims to scale its revenue cloud, expand industries

Model N is gaining traction and delivering better-than-expected earnings as it launches a major expansion to its revenue cloud.

How to Ensure Seamless Salesforce Implementation for Enterprises?

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A recent post by Forbes has estimated that, “by 2018, 62% of CRM will be Cloud-based, and the Cloud Computing Market will reach $127.5B. Enterprise spending on SaaS applications is approaching 30% of all application spending, and isShow More Summary

Vivaldi 1.14, First Take: A feature-rich, touch-friendly web browser

Since its launch in 2016, Vivaldi has developed into a functional and configurable browser that's well suited to use on a touch-screen device.

Microsoft delivers public preview of Dynamics 365 for Marketing for SMBs

Microsoft's Dynamics 365 for Marketing service is finally available as a public preview and has a new delivery target of April 2018.

Cisco: Severe bug in our security appliances is now under attack

Proof-of-concept exploit for Cisco's 10-out-of-10 severity bug surfaces days after researcher details his attack.

Windows browsers: New Opera 51 'far faster than Firefox Quantum 58'

Opera 51 brings speed improvements, Spectre mitigations, and a host of time-saving features.

Adobe aims to connect data, content delivery in Experience Manager, clouds

With U.S. consumers spending a third of their day or more with digital content consumption, brands have to get smarter about engaging.

Why Test Data Management? Effective Ways to Strategize the TDM Process.

last monthTechnology / Software : Gallop

The world is contemplating on the growing significance of data to develop and leverage new and emerging technologies for diverse purposes. Almost all types of businesses and sectors in many ways are dependent on data to offer the best and right experience for their customers. Show More Summary

Akamai cuts 5 percent of workforce as Q4 tops expectations

The company is cutting workers primarily in its media division as it aims to improve margins.

Microsoft has a clean slate problem

Microsoft continues to improve Windows on the desktop and take it to devices such as the Hololens. But its efforts to make a clean break with the operating system's past continue to struggle

Cisco: You need to patch our security devices again for dangerous ASA VPN bug

Cisco warns that its original fix for the 10/10-severity ASA VPN flaw was "incomplete".

?Android updates: Nougat finally overtakes Marshmallow but Oreo still languishes

It has taken 18 months to get there, but Nougat is now the most widely used version of Android.

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