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Software AG’s 2015 Roadmap for Enterprise-Class Cloud Services Will Embrace AWS

Software AG has launched a “Transformation to the Cloud” initiative to help enterprises identify and implement the right cloud strategies. To support the initiative, Software AG has made the strategic decision to deploy its entire cloud portfolio on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud during 2015.

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Box Moves To Secure Cloud Sharing, Storage; Teams with Amazon Web Services, Gemalto

Using the cloud to share and store corporate files is one of the poster children for ‘rogue IT’ nightmares. This spring, cloud sharing and storage giant Box, looks to resolve this tension with Enterprise Key Management to make the cloud easy, safe and secure.

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SOA Software Becomes Akana; Change Reflects Focus on APIs, Microservices and Light-Weight Integration

SOA Software, a pioneer in service-oriented architecture, this week changed its name to Akana to reflect the broadening view of integration held today by IT architects.  The name change signifies Akana’s support for a broad range of light-weight integrations.  IDN talks with vice president Roberto Medrano.

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Kaseya Looks To Take Bite Out of Cost, Complexity of Mobile Management

Kaseya is looking to take a bite out of the cost and complexity of mobile device and app management, especially for small and mid-sixed firms. Kaseya Release 9’s cloud-based IT management powers easy-to-use EMM at an eye-popping price point. IDN speaks with Kaseya exes.

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Kony Tackles Mobile Bottlenecks with Pre-built Apps, Components and Code-Free Modeler

Kony Inc. is rolling out an aggressive 3-pronged approach to dramatically speed up the ability of enterprises to deliver “ready-to-run” mobile apps. To learn about Kony’s new Marketplace, smart code-free Modeler and a growing partner network, IDN speaks with Kony’s Burley Kawasaki.

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Citrix XenMobile 10 Improves Mobile Experience for IT and End Users

Citrix is updating its long-standing XenMobile EMM with a new architecture to deliver better mobile user experience – for both IT and end users. XenMobile 10 offers streamlined workflows, simplified deployment, easier end-to-end management and even user self-service.

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SnapLogic Ultra Pipelines Deliver Real-Time, Enterprise-Class Integration To iPaaS

SnapLogic is taking another step to make iPaaS more high-performance and enterprise-grade. SnapLogic’s Ultra Pipelines can access and integrate data at nearly real-time speeds and deliver more data-centric integration capabilities. IDN talks with SnapLogic’s Timothy Lui.

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Study: CA Finds DevOps a Key Contributor to Biz’s Bottom (and Top) Lines

Having a DevOps strategy doesn't just help deliver a more efficient IT. Done right, DevOps can also make big contributions to a business' bottom (and top) lines.  This is one of the big takeaways from a recent DevOps study by CA Technologies.

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Denodo Updates Data Virtualization Platform for Agile BI, Big Data Analytics

Denodo Technologies’ latest update to its data virtualization platform adds features to give big data a bigger bang.  Denodo Platform 5.5 looks to unify departmental data silos, as well as deliver more data variety and volume.

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MuleSoft’s ‘API-First’ Integration Speeds Mobile App Deployment

MuleSoft is bringing its ‘API-first’ approach to mobile app development. The just-released Anypoint Platform for Mobile, lets IT more quickly design, build, and launch apps that need integration with backend apps, data and services.  IDN speaks with MuleSoft’s Ross Mason.

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Dell Software's InTrust 11.0 Taps Vast Data Volumes To Delivers Real-Time Security, Alerts

Dell Software’s latest update to its InTrust analytics tool mines huge data volumes to help security teams stave off security threats and quickly discover suspicious trends and anomalies. IDN looks at InTrust 11.0 features.

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Survey: Some Employees at Global Firms Would Sell Passwords for $150

Enterprise security professionals worried their systems and data could be vulnerable to “inside hacks,” have another good reason for concern.  A survey of 1,000 employees at large global organizations found one-in-seven admit they would sell passwords to outsiders for little as $150. IDN explores the Market Pulse Survey from SailPoint.

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