Google ups the cloud ante to go for gold

Google ups the cloud ante to go for gold

A new found enterprise maturity was on obvious display.

What 8x8's Sameroom acquisition says about cross-platform collaboration

What 8x8's Sameroom acquisition says about cross-platform collaboration

Validation of an opportunity or an end for an idea that was disproven? It's up to you to decide.

Act-On wants to bring 'the Waze experience' to marketing automation

Act-On wants to bring 'the Waze experience' to marketing automation

Sometimes metaphors are a good way of explaining things. Sometimes they're just about looking cool.

On diversity, inclusion and the horrendous misogyny in the tech industry

On diversity, inclusion and the horrendous misogyny in the tech industry

An off topic post, but one which is incredibly important in my view.

PaaS is dead, long live PaaS

PaaS is dead, long live PaaS

I love it when the people you accuse of being example of a sector being dead agree with you vehemently.

Reflect reflects on lessons learned, rebuilds and opens its public beta

Reflect reflects on lessons learned, rebuilds and opens its public beta

Startups need to follow their noses and learn from what their users are telling them. Reflect shows how.

Putting data into the sales process with InsideSales

Putting data into the sales process with InsideSales

Artificial intelligence is a much-hyped buzzword. Without data fueling it, it's an empty promise.

As public cloud vendors race to cut costs, Oracle does the opposite

As public cloud vendors race to cut costs, Oracle does the opposite

Sometimes Oracle's predatory and price-gouging characterization is justified.

Capriza launches a suite of universal micro apps

Capriza launches a suite of universal micro apps

Monster steak or varied buffet? If you prefer the latter, Capriza’s new offerings will please you.

RightScale and the state of the cloud

RightScale and the state of the cloud

Has it really been a decade since the cloud first came to bear? Sometimes a look in the rearview mirror is worth getting misty-eyed for.

DigitalOcean releases its load balancer product

DigitalOcean releases its load balancer product

DigitalOcean is trying its hardest to carve a niche for itself in the developer-friendly cloud-infrastructure space. Load balancers should help with that aim.

Egnyte collapses distributed storage to remove those pesky productivity barriers

Egnyte collapses distributed storage to remove those pesky productivity barriers

The Egnyte Connect Desktop: Hardly a riveting name, but beyond the nomenclature, Egnyte aims to remove barriers to content collaboration.

Qwilt moves content delivery to the edge

Qwilt moves content delivery to the edge

If content is king, then fast content is the key to the castle. Qwilt wants to help with that.

Zoho racks up another offering, launches Checkout

Zoho racks up another offering, launches Checkout

Yet another product launch from the most active software vendor you’ve probably not ever heard of.

New York Times tech editor is Google bound

New York Times tech editor is Google bound

Another in a steady stream of journalists and analysts goes to the vendor side.

GoDaddy introduces super easy website builder. Because, for GoDaddy, hosting is where the money is

GoDaddy introduces super easy website builder. Because, for GoDaddy, hosting is where the money is

GoDaddy is, like every massive internet hosting company, on a mission for more customers. This new tool will help on that journey.

The place of apps in the enterprise

The place of apps in the enterprise

Interesting reading from Okta's third-annual Businesses @ Work report.

Is PaaS dead?

Is PaaS dead?

PaaS. Once upon a time it was supposed to be the cure for all enterprise IT woes. Now it's just a front for container management.

Greenpeace announces its latest report about the environmental impacts of cloud

Greenpeace announces its latest report about the environmental impacts of cloud

Apple, Google, Facebook and Switch (who?) top the list.

At last, DocuSign finds itself a new CEO

At last, DocuSign finds itself a new CEO

Normally CEO transitions are smooth events carried out away from the public gaze. Not so in the case of DocuSign.

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