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Will we finally get organised in 2017? Business Process Management (BPM) has become yet another 2017 buzzword, with claims ranging from “not more bloody paperwork” to it will substantially increase the value…
HPE acquires SimpliVity in all-cash deal Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced last week that it would acquire SimpliVity, a provider of software-defined, hyperconverged infrastructure, for US$650 million in cash.
Oracle drops Solaris 12 from roadmap Oracle appears to have abandoned plans for Solaris 12, with no indication in its January roadmap of when this version will emerge.
Square goes omnichannel with new APIs Payment technology company Square now allows merchants to use the same platform to accept online and in-person payments.
Microsoft trashes Win 7 to force W10 upgrade Microsoft is trashing its own product, Windows 7, calling it outdated, in a bid to force businesses to upgrade to Windows 10.
Do the right thing – what is the right thing? The biggest issue for any organisation – large or small – is its increasing operational complexity. It is not just about reacting to a situation,…
Students offered year's free access to dev tools Application development company Progress is offering to provide Australian students enrolled with an accredited university development tools free for a year.
MariaDB adds support for big data analytics MariaDB Corporation, the database company born as a result of forking the well-known open-source MySQL database, has announced the release of MariaDB ColumnStore 1.0, a…
Xero offers users Apple Pay through Stripe Users of the accounting software Xero will now have access to Apple Pay, with the service being made available through the online payments solution Stripe.

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