MetaVis launched a new reporting dashboard this week for SharePoint cloud users.
Box bought security startup dLoop last week.
One company is looking to build a system to help disaster relief workers identify the areas most hard hit using a combination of social media, big data, mapping technology and human filters.
New technologies and old threats challenge IT security pros to stay one step ahead.
Gartner is warning enterprises that the "nexus of forces"--the research firm's term for the convergence of social, mobile, cloud and big data technologies--is transforming the way IT departments approach enterprise security.
The outdoor Wi-Fi market is forecast to more than double of the next five years, climbing from $15.4 billion this year to $37.2 billion in 2018, according to MarketsandMarkets.
Bringing together the two hottest trends in enterprise technology--mobility and the cloud--seems like it should be a win for enterprises grappling with BYOD.
Mobility and cloud are expected to be the most disruptive technologies in business and consumer markets over the next three years, according to a survey of 811 technology execs conducted by KPMG.
Outsourced support for mobile end user devices is forecast to see strong growth through 2017 due to increased enterprise adoption of mobile devices, according to the latest report by Gartner.
At some point, many companies stopped looking for a system that had all the answers and went looking for specific tools that are simply good enough.