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Oracle's Next Version of Java Headed to the Cloud

Oracle_logo_2010.jpgOracle (news, site) is planning big things for Java EE7 with cloud- and REST-based services high on the agenda.

Oracle's Next Version of Java Headed to the Cloud

Oracle_logo_2010.jpgOracle (news, site) is planning big things for Java EE7 with cloud- and REST-based services high on the agenda.

GRC Roll-up: Autonomy’s Social Media e-Discovery, Modulo Brings Risk Manager to Cloud

This week has seen a considerable amount of cloud action among vendors including Modulo, which has taken its risk manager into the cloud; Iron Mountain, which offers medical records access in the cloud; and Compliance 360 has added flexible reporting to its platform. Autonomy, meanwhile, offers e-Discovery across social media.

SMB Tech Roll-up: SMB Cloud Market Under-Exploited, Facebook Beats Google for SMBs

In the SMB space this week, a look at research that confirms what many have suspected: The cloud space in the SMB sector has yet to be fully exploited. We also find out that Facebook is the principal online market tool for small businesses, while Openbravo offers SMBs the agile ERP.

MessageSolution NSF Database Archive, e-Discovery Suite Released

Information archiving does not consist only of storing data, but rather more powerful data management, which includes search, retrieval and analysis. MessageSolution's (news, site) latest SaaS release features advanced management functionality for Lotus Domino Application-based environments, as well as for other systems.

Oracle’s Cloud File System Enables Private Cloud Development

Oracle_logo_2010.jpg If security is one of the concerns of enterprises looking at moving to cloud-- whether private or public -- data access and storage is the other main concern. Recently, Oracle (news, site) continued to facilitate private cloud deployments for medium-sized companies with the release of its Oracle Cloud File System.

APAC Cloud Adoption Dependent on Partnerships with ISPs

The Asia Pacific market for cloud services is forecast to grow through the medium term, with 83% of companies in the region considering cloud deployments, and 34% actually apportioning 2011 budgets for cloud-related activities. However, the region still faces a handful of hurdles, a big part of which is infrastructure. According to a recent study by AMI Partners (news, site), cloud uptake in the APAC region will be highly dependent on infrastructure.

IBM, Microsoft, Oracle in Gartner’s BI Magic Quad, Ease-of-Use a Priority

Over the past 12 months, there has been a lot of movement in the business intelligence market from both established vendors and new entrants, making it difficult to distinguish old trends and future possibilities.

Gartner, however, has released its Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence, in which a number of themes have become a lot clearer. Over the coming years, Gartner said, ease-of-use, complexity of analysis, scale and performance, and total cost of ownership will continue to dominate BI market requirements.

IBM Puts Symphony in the Cloud, Targets Microsoft's Web Office Suite

ibm_logo_2010.jpg IBM joins the charge to corner the market for Web office productivity suites with the launch of LotusLive Symphony for the cloud, an office suite that offers a social platform enabling simultaneous collaboration on documents in the cloud.

LibreOffice’s Full v3.3 Release Offers an OpenOffice & Microsoft Office Alternative

The first full stable release of the Document Foundation’s LibreOffice (news, site) -- a competitor to OpenOffice and Microsoft Office -- has been released as version 3.3 and already looks set to cause a stir.

Oracle Delivers on Customer Experience Management with Latest Release of WebCenter

Customers have a wide variety of choices for portals solutions from Oracle thanks to the numerous acquisitions over the years. But today, Oracle (newssite) has delivered on a promise of bringing together the best of each offering into its latest release of WebCenter 11g. Let's have a look at what it offers.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Full Libre Office Release, SharePoint Docs on Blackberry

This week, the Document Foundation releases the first full version of LibreOffice -- and puts it up to Oracle's Open Office, Blackberry users will soon be able to access their SharePoint documents, Doculex enhances document collaboration and Ricoh changes direction.

Microsoft Releases Dynamics CRM Online, Challenges Salesforce, Oracle

After four months in beta, Microsoft’s Dynamics CRM 2011 has finally been released worldwide.  The new online CRM is now available in 40 countries and 41 languages, while the on-premise edition is due to be released on February 28.

Document Mgt Roll-up: SharePoint Gets e-Signatures, Google Docs Offers Video Sharing

This week we catch up on Oracle, which has just upgraded Documaker EE, Google Docs has added video sharing capabilities, SharePoint 2010 gets e-signature and Confidela will secure Salesforce documents after a US$ 9.25 million venture funding round.

A Look Back at Open Source in 2010

As year moves toward a conclusion, it is time for a moment of reflection. Don’t worry this won’t involve any ghosts waking you from your eggnog fueled holiday slumber. We simply look back at the top five events of 2010 that were most meaningful in open source and will continue to influence the market in 2011 and beyond.

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