Forrester surveyed nearly 600 global decision-makers on their top cloud strategy objectives and found that 27 percent are looking to migrate their existing workloads to a private cloud and 24 percent seek to build net-new applications in cloud environments.*
With Amazon Web Services (AWS), you can provision compute power, storage, and other resources, gaining access to a suite of elastic IT infrastructure services as your business demands them. Among many other benefits, one of the major factors why this has been appealing is the ability to control costs in… Read More →
At TIBCO NOW today, TIBCO announced a new open source project named Project Mashling. This is an ultralightweight microgateway built on the Go language, that allows developers to event-enable microservices.
In the second part of Smart Apps for Dummies blog series, we laid out the business benefits of embracing a low code offering. But, what’s in it for IT?
Speed of innovation is the new benchmark of success in today’s digital business landscape. To keep pace, businesses need to empower users across the organization and increase the agility of the IT team. To do this, businesses need a system that enables them to identify opportunities and solve problems by… Read More →
Athenahealth provides software-powered services to healthcare providers, including electronic health records, patient engagement, practice management, revenue cycle management, and others.
Did you know that 62% of companies are planning to increase cloud application usage in the next year and 52% of companies are still using spreadsheets to import and export their data between systems?
Integrating your SaaS apps is the key to any successful cloud project. The use of cloud applications is only expected to rise, as Gartner predicts it will grow by 20% to $46 billion in 2017. So finding an easy, quick, and cost-effective way to integrate your SaaS apps with each other… Read More →
Brivo’s solutions are valued by businesses who want to secure their facilities and manage their physical security with the convenience of cloud technologies and the power of mobile-first solutions.
The Jetsons had flying cars, but you rarely hear about their widespread usage of IoT connected devices—the robot maid, IoT toothbrushes, digital diary, and even a connected refrigerator/chef. In the 60’s era animated sitcom, George Jetson and his family were surrounded by a plethora of connected devices making their lives… Read More →