Adobe announced this week the upcoming launch of a new subscription service called Document Cloud. It's built around its new desktop, mobile and web version of Acrobat that includes e-signing and document management tools
Mobility can't be consider in isolation from other tech that is transforming the enterprise.It must be implemented hand-in-hand with big data, cloud and social media to realize the full potential for employee productivity and corporate growth.
The top news stories for March 3, 2015.
Multinational enterprise face a myriad of national and regional data privacy laws, from the strict data privacy regulations in the European Union to the sector specific rules in the U.S. To help multinationals handle these various requirements from a single cloud platform, Druva, a Sunnyvale, California-based data protection and governance firm, is unveiling its Cloud Data Privacy Framework.
Box today joins Citrix and Salesforce as members in Microsoft's Cloud Storage Partner Program. Two new integrations allow businesses to access content from any device or platform, and will support native integrations for Office for iPad and iPhone, and Office Online.
An on-premise unified communications versus a cloud-based unified-communications-as-a-service offering. It may be an easy choice for some, but according to Todd Hagstrom, senior director of product management at Bandwidth, the entire decision really rests in the hands of total cost ownership.
Skyfence, a unit of security firm Imperva, is launching on Tuesday a new version of its Skyfence Cloud Gateway that helps IT not only uncover and secure cloud-based apps that business units are signing up for directly, without going through IT--a practice called "shadow IT."
The unified communications market has been growing steadily for some time now, but according to Frost & Sullivan, new technologies and trends are going to have an even greater impact on unified communications.
Ravello, an SaaS startup focused on nested virtualization for cloud deployments, is developing the capability to set up and run multiple Android emulators from the cloud, something its clients have been clamoring for.
Running your unified communications system in the cloud is now an option but you should think hard about management, security and other issues to find out if it makes sense for your business.