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Mission Critical DLT, now in beta, is expected to become commercially available in early 2018 and joins IBM, Oracle and Microsoft among old-school providers.
The new Resume Assistant tool uses AI and LinkedIn job marketplace data to help users craft personalized and attention-grabbing resumes in Word.
VIDEO: Chris Wright, VP and CTO at Red Hat, talks about the future direction of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and the next exciting areas of IT innovation.
Microsoft is adding a Bluetooth-enabled local file-sharing feature similar to Apple AirDrop to the next major Windows 10 feature update.
Acquisition of France-based company is designed to streamline how companies share, govern and monetize data in addition to finding other income opportunities.
AWS Endpoints have been a popular way among users to securely access S3 and DynamoDB from an Amazon virtual private cloud without the need for an internet gateway.
New ActiveStor supercharged parallel storage system is optimized for metadata-intensive applications in commercial and traditional high-performance-computing environments.
Quick Base research points to greater diversity among business app builders as compared to traditional programming jobs, with 40 percent identifying as women.
In the November 2017 update to Power BI Desktop, the company adds more options to help users gain insights faster from massive or slow sources of data.
A Spiceworks survey shows that Microsoft Office remains the dominant productivity suite in businesses, but that the shift to cloud computing has allowed Google to win significant market share.
Cisco and Dun & Bradstreet shared exhibit space with smaller companies like Mavenlink at the Dreamforce conference with a common goal of showing what they bring to make the Salesforce CRM system better.
A survey by multinational enterprise software company Sage Group looked at how people view artificial intelligence and its potential impact on their lives.