Enterprise applications provider Oracle has announced that all required antitrust approvals have been obtained for its proposed acquisition of Cerner, including European Commission clearance.
The vast majority of Australian companies recently surveyed have their sights set on artificial intelligence investment, with increasing employee productivity a key focus for AI investments.
Computing devices may be reducing in size and a majority of users may be obsessed with just their smartphones, but the venerable mainframe still has a big and steady role to play in business, a survey by the US technology company BMC Software has found.
IBM systems integrator Certus Solutions has launched its rapid Prototyping and User Experience (UX) offering, Touchstone, which it gained in acquiring enterprise application development firm, Core Technology.
Microsoft has announced six new Azure CSP partners and provided examples of key customers on the Azure platform in Australia.
Technology analyst firm Telsyte has appointed Shayum Rahim to the role of Senior Analyst.
Deliver the software users want and need (not just what management thinks is required), look for deployment flexibility, and beware of API charges. They are the messages from SugarCRM CEO Larry Augustin.
The adoption of TechnologyOne's OneHealth software has given Epworth HealthCare a consistent view of its eight hospitals.
Oracle has plans to drag its core ERP products into a new era where flexibility and innovation can coexist with standardisation.
Enterprise software company Infor is feeling optimistic about the coming half year, especially in the Asia Pacific region. "We're very bullish," said the company's APAC president Tim Moylan.
Law firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth has revealed it is using Good for Enterprise to provide appropriately high security in a BYOD environment.
Woolworths supermarket managers have a new tool to help with their daily tasks.
Good Technology has updated its Good for Enterprise apps for iOS and Android.
AsdeqLabs' AsdeqDocs makes material stored in enterprise document repositories accessible on iPads.
An agreement between Telstra, SAP and Accenture will see various SAP applications being offered from Telstra's cloud infrastructure.
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