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OpenStack Turns Two, Will Fragmentation Hurt the Open Source Cloud Platform?

OpenStack is gaining momentum. This week, OpenStack turns two, and with the "terrible twos" stage comes growing pains. Rackspace, which has partnered with NASA and a few other cloud computing industry players in developing the open-source project, is switching its codebase to OpenStack. But with this second-year anniversary, the open-source cloud computing platform faces new challenges altogether.

Oracle Early Results Show Cloud Already Performing, While Top Executive Departs

One thing you can definitely say about Oracle earnings calls is that they are never boring. This week’s fourth quarter call was no different. Apart from the fact that it arrived three days early, it also showed net incomes rising by 7.5 percent, and it looks like one of their sales VPs is "leaving" the company.

Autonomy, HP Combo Offers IDOL-Powered Hadoop Analysis, Marketing Analytics

Autonomy, with a mighty shove from its new owner HP, is the latest company to push its way into the Big Data space through the combination of Autonomy IDOL 10 and HP’s Converged Cloud.

HP Slashes 27,000 Jobs as Revamp Begins, Lynch Jumps From Autonomy

Just because you know something is going to happen -- particularly something bad -- it can still have a negative impact. A case in point is the loss of 27,000 jobs at HP out of its estimated 350,000 workforce.

HP Expected to Slash 30,000 Jobs This Week

HP Expected to Slash 30,000 Jobs This WeekAs new HP CEO Meg Whitman recovers from her trip to China, where HP introduced 80 products at a two-day conference, rumors of up to 30,000 company layoffs are circulating. HP's commitment to the Chinese market seems clear, whereas its vision for the US remains cloudy, with a chance of unemployment.

Forrester: Taming Business Processes for Better Customer Experience Management

It has been clear for some time that the market for software applications has been changing. "Agile" has become a buzz word in the apps world, with everyone talking about it, a few delivering and many more depending on their tried and tested on-premises apps.

Oracle Upgrades User Productivity Kit; HP, Oracle and the Sun Deal

Oracle Upgrades User Productivity Kit; HP, Oracle and the Sun Deal You got nothing, if you don’t have content. No number of business applications are going to help you do you business if there’s nothing for them to work on. Oracle, which has a vested interested in companies using business applications, have upgraded its productivity kit to make content creation easier.

EPiServer Introduces Real-Time SEO Advice

If you’ve ever created content on a website and wondered what you could do to make it appear higher in search results, you’re not alone. In fact, there is an entire industry is dedicated to search engine optimization (SEO). Digital marketing platform provider EPiServer has introduced another option, SiteAttention, an add-on that provides search optimization advice as users are creating content.

eBook: Mobify's 14 Essential Tactics for Mobile Engagement

eBook: Mobify's 14 Essential Tactics for Mobile EngagementOptimizing for mobile engagement is not always easy, thanks especially to the changing interfaces, screens and sizes of mobile devices. Still, the objectives remain the same: Provide relevant information or tasks in an accessible and user-friendly format. Many companies have been slow to adapt, struggling to decide between native and mobile apps or develop workflows that allow information to flow through content management systems. Challenges aside, there are many advantages to going mobile and many ways to leverage mobile to improve user access, engagement and ultimately revenue. In fact, the folks at Mobify have come up with 14 Essential Tactics for Mobile: Email, Search and Social Media Marketing.

HP's Converged Cloud Packs Many Solutions in One Offering

Hewett-Packard (HP) has finally revealed details for its new massive cloud program, which has been generating rumors for weeks. HP is calling the new bag of services the Converged Cloud, and the name signals HP’s plans -- a unified architecture for all flavors of the cloud -- public, private and managed.

Amazon's S3 Storage Service Massive Usage Numbers

amazon_aws_logo.jpgAmazon has just posted a peek into the usage statistics for its S3 service, perhaps aware of HP's imminent arrival on the scene. This looks like some mountain for any rival to climb.

How Consumer Privacy Policies Help the Mobile Enterprise

As mobile usage within the enterprise surges, security risks still pose a threat. A recent agreement among leading mobile application platform operators may help ease company's concerns. 

No Sign of Autonomy In Poor HP Q1 Figures; Whitman Outlines Future

Some miracles take longer than others, and HP looks like it might be one of the long ones. After her first quarter as CEO, Meg Whitman gave her first earnings results yesterday, and it looks like HP will need a miracle to get it back to where it once was.

GRC Roll-Up: Symantec Previews Compliance Suite, Varonis Offers Big Data Governance

This week, Symantec offered us a preview of its soon-to-be-released upgraded compliance suite, Varonis offers a way of providing Big Data governance, Nuance gives healthcare document capture with HL7 CDA Standard compliance and Metaviz offers archiving for Office 365.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Autonomy to Apply IDOL to Computers, Printers?

With the long weekend it was a quiet week. However, there were some nuggets. HP looks set to offer IDOL to ordinary consumers, the Document Foundation was incorporated in Germany, Dropbox released Automator, eDocSign upgraded its electronic signature functionality and DocuLex’ ArchiveStudio gets specialized.

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