OutSystems latest State of Application Development report highlights challenges for businesses developing apps in the UK.
New BSA survey finds that 54% of CIOs list lowering security risks as the top reason for compliancy, driving a reduction of unlicensed software in the UK.
A significant shift toward digital business models that harness technology trends such as cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT), analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) is boosting worldwide spending on application infrastructure and middleware (AIM). Gartner, Inc. numbers show that AIM market revenue reached $28.5 billion in 2017, an increase of 11.9 per cent from 2016.
Research finds 69 percent of workers waste up to 32 days per year navigating workplace apps; 66 percent want a single communications platform to turn the chaos into Zen.
Companies to deliver new solutions to enterprise customers leveraging IBM Cloud and Watson services with Salesforce Quip and Salesforce Service Cloud Einstein.
Fourth Annual State of Application Delivery report shows growing influence of multi-cloud architectures, as well as demand for automation and application-centric security approaches.
CA Technologies has introduced the most extensive list of products in recent company history. Showcasing over 20 new offerings and significant enhancements, CA is helping its customers embrace agile practices, intelligent automation, experience insights and end-to-end security to bring their Modern Software Factory to life.
Azlan’s in-depth expertise will help partners capture opportunities in hybrid cloud.
Aparavi has launched to better prepare businesses to meet the challenges of long-term data retention across modern, multi-cloud architectures.
UK businesses are spending £12bn annually on advanced analytics compared with £58bn in the US, with respective increases of 26% and 25% expected by 2020.
Mastering modern software development using a ‘Modern Software Factory’ is at the heart of success for European organisations, according to the results of a global survey of more than 1,200 IT leaders, including 466 in Europe, released by CA Technologies and conducted by Freeform Dynamics.
New, combined company drives customer-centred innovation at enterprise scale to deliver software solutions across hybrid IT.
Powerful 1-click facility delivers real-time capacity reporting at an IT/Cooling object level, site-wide or for entire data centre estates.
By actively governing the flow of open source components organizations are improving application quality and developer productivity.
Synopsys has released its report, “The State of Software Composition 2017,” which analyses real-world data to investigate the security of the software supply chain one of the most significant challenges the software industry faces today. The report summarises the analysis of 128,782 software applications, which identified 16,868 unique versions of open source and commercial software components containing almost 10,000 unique security vulnerabilities.
Cisco Enterprise Agreement represents another milestone in company’s
journey to a software-centric business model.
ITAM innovator announces SaaS optimization and cloud lifecycle management in Spring 17 release of its solution, Vizor.
F5 Networks has released the findings of a major report, revealing new insights and predictions about the way applications will disrupt society, highlighting the technologies set to change the way we live and work, from AI and machine learning, to blockchain and augmented reality (AR).
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.