IT

  • Windows 10 Creators update loads up on features for IT

    Windows 10 Creators update loads up on features for IT

    Microsoft announced a slew of goodies today for its upcoming Windows 10 Creators update, designed to please IT admins and simplify management of Windows 10 inside large enterprises. Microsoft has been trying to get enterprise companies — you know the ones with lots of users — to make the switch to Windows 10. They claim, even before this announcement, the number of… Read More

  • Apptio rises 41% in cloud IPO

    Apptio rises 41% in cloud IPO

    Seattle-based Apptio went public on the Nasdaq today, seeing its shares rise nearly 41 percent on its first day of trading. The cloud software company, which targets CIOs, went public during a slow year for tech IPOs. Only a handful have braved the market following the dismal performance of last year’s tech stocks. But the few that went public this year have mostly done very well. Read More

  • 7 IT Startups That Will Change How Businesses Innovate In 2015 Crunch Network

    7 IT Startups That Will Change How Businesses Innovate In 2015

    IT is going through a renaissance right now. New products and services are released every month that dramatically change how we can develop products and manage our IT shops. Innovation is everywhere. It can be hard to keep up, but that is part of the fun. Read More

  • 10 Trends Transforming Enterprise IT Crunch Network

    10 Trends Transforming Enterprise IT

    When it comes to corporate IT, revolution is in the air. The way companies buy, build, manage, optimize and secure information technology is changing dramatically. From cloud computing to big data analytics to ubiquitous mobile connectivity, corporate IT systems are getting faster, more efficient, cheaper to operate and easier to use. In the process, a new wave of tech companies has emerged… Read More

  • ScienceLogic Launches App Store To Share Customized Monitoring Apps

    ScienceLogic Launches App Store To Share Customized Monitoring Apps

    ScienceLogic announced a new App Store today that enables customers and third parties to create  and share customized apps for the ScienceLogic platform. ScienceLogic is a cloud service that lets IT pros monitor every aspect of their IT infrastructure whether it’s in the cloud or on premises, getting right down to the data center infrastructure management layer if… Read More

  • ExtraHop Raises $41M Series C Round For Its Real-Time IT Analytics Service

    ExtraHop Raises $41M Series C Round For Its Real-Time IT Analytics Service

    Seattle-based ExtraHop, a service that offers real-time analytics based on analyzing data right off the wire instead of using software that runs on the server, today announced that it has raised a $41 million Series C round led by Technology Crossover Ventures (TCV). While TCV may not be a household name, the company has previously invested in the likes of Zillor, Expedia, Splunk and Spotify. Read More

  • The Pressure On Enterprises To Transform Intensifies

    The Pressure On Enterprises To Transform Intensifies

    Business is under intense pressure to transform these days whether it’s finding ways to capitalize on mobile, social, the cloud or big data or taking it a step further and becoming a truly digital enterprise. That was the message this week at the Gartner Portals, Content and Collaboration Summit in LA –and as I listened to this lesson, I wondered how many people in that room were… Read More

  • As Cloud Upends Traditional IT Sales Channel, Software Companies Eye End Users

    As Cloud Upends Traditional IT Sales Channel, Software Companies Eye End Users

    When I spoke to SugarCRM CTO Clint Oram last week, he sang a familiar refrain: The software sales process was changing profoundly from one which had been completely IT-focused to one centered on end users and business units — and this was due in large part to the ease of deployment brought on by the cloud. Read More

  • Enterprises Embrace Inflexibility Instead Of Change

    Enterprises Embrace Inflexibility Instead Of Change

    At the AIIM Conference this week in Orlando, it struck me that companies are remarkably inflexible when it comes to adopting new technologies, but the crowd at AIIM wasn’t alone. Perhaps nothing exemplifies this better than the brouhaha over the Windows Start button, a feature which, by the way, dates back to Window 95 — as in 1995. Read More