The Apple stuff you’ve been hankering for Staples to carry should be there by late March. Per Mac Rumors, a series of screenshots from training materials for Staples sales associates. The screens describe sales curricula for the iPhone 5, Apple TV, and Mac notebooks. Those materials showed that the training modules needed be completed by [...]
Category Archives: Enterprise
“Apple doesn’t give anything away for free, and that’s had some influence on how Google thinks about enterprise.” – Dave Girouard, who used to be in charge of Google Apps (and now is doing Upstart — which CrunchFund is a happy investor in).
Late Wednesday, software giant Google released a public beta of version 184.108.40.20644 of its popular Google Earth program. The new version, a 39.1 megabyte download, adds the following fixes and changes: What’s New: – Support for 3D imagery data: 3D data provides a comprehensive representation of metropolitan environments around the world. 3D imagery is currently [...]
Worldwide revenue from mobile enterprise management (MEM) software (which encompasses mobile device management and mobile application management software) totaled $444.6 million in 2011, according to a report from IDC and is expected to grow significantly over the next few years. IDC is forecasting total MEM software revenue to increase to $1.8 billion by 2016. What does this reveal about MDM and mobile application management (MAM) vendors?
The components found on the next generation of MacBook Pro notebooks could be that much more interesting. Per AppleInsider, analyst Ben Reitzes of Barclays Equity Research said that the adoption rate of Apple devices using SSDs, along with a continuing move to cloud computing, will push consumer notebook demand toward flash-based storage. Perhaps the single [...]
Cormant Inc., an IT infrastructure management provider for the enterprise, is trying to build on its 2011 momentum. The software provider increased both its revenue and international enterprise business customer base last fiscal year. Now Cormant has released the newest version of its CableSolve IT management platform with several new features, including (you guessed it) more mobile device support.
Less than a month after making some major upgrades to its IT performance suite for its enterprise business customers at the Hewlett-Packard (HP) Global Parter Conference (GPC) in Las Vegas, HP Software has released new application transformation solutions to help enterprises create a better user experience for their end-users.
StillSecure, the managed network security provider, has signed an agreement with Lokahi Solutions, a cloud infrastructure and hosting provider for both SMBs and enterprise companies. Here’s a closer look at how StillSecure plans to help its newest partner strengthen its cloud offering.
The name really says it all. StopTheHacker is an SaaS provider that aims to help web hosting providers, website owners and web designers detect and protect against malware attacks. And this week, the SaaS provider introduced a new software package that includes more advanced security features. The goal, according to StopTheHacker CEO Peter Jensen, is to give StopTheHacker corporate business customers a more comprehensive solution to protect their websites from both online threats and hackers.