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The new version of Virtual Instruments infrastructure performance monitoring and analytics platform may signal the beginning of an app-centric IPM era.
Low-code platform enables citizen developers to define custom application logic using a visual drag-and-drop editor.
With Chrome 63, Google has released new site isolation and browser extension control features for enterprises.
German company gets help for data ingestion, cleansing and preparation to allow its data science team to more efficiently spend its time on generating insights and analytics rather than formatting tables.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation announces project milestones and continued momentum, as organizations aim to benefit from the new model of building and deploying cloud native applications.
In seeking quicker access to business apps, many organizations are supporting the creation of tools that encourage non-IT professionals, i.e., “citizen developers,” to build applications.
By using their existing software-defined data center, VMware users will now be able to run container-based applications alongside existing virtual machine-based workloads in production without having to build out a separate, specialized container infrastructure stack.
You don't have to be a Surface Hub user to get the whiteboard experience. Microsoft's is introducing a new app that provides a similar whiteboard experience for touch- and pen-enabled Windows 10 PCs.
IoT Central allows users to point and click their way to create the software that enables enterprise-grade IoT deployments.
A new version of Pivotal Cloud Foundry is now available alongside a preview of the Pivotal Container Service and a new serverless service.
A few weeks after the Windows Insider release, systems administrators can now download the Project Honolulu technical preview version 1711.
Microsoft's small and midsized business customers can now automate more business processes with the AI-enhanced release of Dynamics NAV 2018.
With Alexa for Business, which Amazon announced on Nov. 29, provides specialized skills for tracking meeting schedules, arranging travel schedules, updating to-do lists and more to make the digital assistant more useful in corporate offices.