Blue Yonder has partnered with Morrisons to optimise replenishment and automate ordering of 26,000 ambient and long-life product SKUs in all its 491 stores.
Talend has released the findings of a survey of 169 IT decision makers, indicating big data, analytics and governance top the list of priorities in 2017. The findings show real-time analytics, metadata management, and self-service data access make up nearly 70 percent of the projects IT leaders intend to execute in 2017, as they get their data in shape to pursue artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning in the future.
CAST, a leader in software analysis and measurement, has published findings from its latest CRASH Report, the largest objective study of software ‘health factors’ such as Reliability and Security. Health factors indicate the volume and severity of structural software flaws in business applications.
CA Technologies has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Veracode, a leader in securing web, mobile and third-party applications across the software development lifecycle, for approximately $614 million in cash. The transaction is expected to close in the first quarter of fiscal year 2018, and is subject to customary closing conditions, including regulatory approvals.
University to deploy new private cloud for data-intensive research studies.
For the first time, security surpasses availability to become the number-one priority for application deployment as organisations move to the cloud.
Containers represent a small but high-growth segment of the Cloud-Enabling Technologies market.
The world’s largest enterprises run their business on COBOL - but can't nimbly update that code in response to changing business needs due to quality concerns, antiquated processes, and loss of application expertise. Compuware is addressing this critical issue with the first fully automated mainframe unit testing that empowers in-house, outsourced, expert and novice developers alike to immediately validate code changes.
WNS (Holdings) has launched WNS TRACTM, the company’s consolidated suite of comprehensive, next-generation technology solutions.
Snow Software has revealed that SAM and IT managers around the world are most afraid of being audited by Microsoft, Oracle and SAP.
Enterprises relying on the mainframe struggle to deliver application improvements at the speed of today’s digital business and run the risk of not meeting customer experience and product expectations, according to a new commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Compuware Corporation. Fortunately, enterprises can successfully address these challenges by applying proven DevOps best practices to their mainframe environments.
Blue Yonder helps grocery retailers remove complexity for profitable trading.
Collaboration enhances seamless legacy mainframe migration to open platforms and the Cloud.
Includes new search capability, enhanced display protocol visibility for Citrix® XenApp & XenDesktop and platform support for Nutanix.
Axway has extended its API Management suite to help organizations rethink traditional IT processes and rapidly introduce new digital services.
Frost & Sullivan research commissioned by NetSuite has revealed that a majority of European businesses surveyed that have adopted cloud-based applications for at least one core business area such as accounting, customer relationship management (CRM) or ERP have a huge competitive advantage over their peers. The Frost & Sullivan study of more than 600 senior IT decision makers from a cross section of industries throughout Europe also found that these businesses can more easily and efficiently take their businesses global to fuel business growth.
Microsoft has recently celebrated the first anniversary of Windows 10, having seen one of the fastest adoption rates for any version of Windows - more than 270 million active devices are current using it. According to Microsoft, Windows 10 has outpaced Windows 7 adoptions by 145 percent and Windows 8 by 400 percent.
To successfully compete in a global marketplace where digital speed and excellence are essential, large enterprises must bring Agile best practices to their mainframe application dev/test efforts.
Innovative design allows new office to meet growing needs of employees, partners and customers.
A new technical partnership that will cut the cost of running legacy and heritage systems and dramatically improve the administration and accessibility of host system environments has been announced. The partnership is between IGEL, a world leader in the delivery of powerful workspace management software, software-defined thin clients, and thin and zero client solutions and Flynet, a leading supplier of host server integration software and services.