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John E. Hayashi and Carolyn Cotter
No Time Like the Present to Get Up to Speed on Sales Tax Laws
12/11/18 10:37 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1896 Words

Now that states are making it easier for taxpayers to trigger sales tax nexus in their state, SaaS , cloud computing and other service-based businesses that never have had to worry about sales tax in the past (because the state in which...

Richard Adhikari
Salesforce IoT Insights Could Turbocharge Field Service
12/06/18 11:49 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 910 Words

The new tool permits signals from Internet of Things devices to show up directly on Salesforce Service Cloud and Field Service Lightning mobile app consoles, alongside CRM data.

Service organizations can draw on those IoT signals to anticipate and diagnose issues remotely,...

Peter Suciu
AWS Thinks Inside the Box With Outposts Data Center Revival
11/30/18 9:19 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1095 Words

AWS Outposts will extend the company's reach from the cloud to data centers, attracting businesses that require on-site storage due to regulatory as well as privacy concerns.

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"Customers are telling us that they don't want a...

Jack M. Germain
Void Linux: Built From Scratch for Full Independence
11/29/18 11:31 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1811 Words

However, Void Linux is not a computing platform for everyone. It is not a typical distro. It works out-of-the-box with barebones basic system tools and a few software packages, such as Web browser, file manager and text editor.

Anything else you...

Jack M. Germain
Acumos Project's 1st Software, Athena, Helps Ease AI Deployment
11/16/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1249 Words

The R language is a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics.

The Acumos AI Platform leverages modern microservices and containers to package and export production-ready AI applications as Docker files. It includes a federated AI Model Marketplace, which is a...

Denis Pombriant
Will Oracle Roil the DB Market?
10/23/18 10:38 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 993 Words

All of the cloud software starting with the autonomous database on view this week at OpenWorld -- like security, self-patching capability and apps -- would be vastly different if the database was still running primarily on disk drives. In fact, the database would...

Denis Pombriant
Oracle, the Hardware Company
10/31/18 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 836 Words

... all of the dazzle of its rapidly evolving software portfolio, which includes a self-monitoring and self-patching database that also configures itself, as well as numerous cloud applications, Oracle has begun showing its credibility as a hardware vendor. Hardware has commoditized and will...

Denis Pombriant
Oracle's Growing Pains
10/03/18 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 807 Words

Also, revenue growth slowed down considerably, with lackluster growth by the pivotal cloud segment assigned much of the blame.

For reporting purposes, the company had lumped "the cloud business together with the legacy on-premise business, suggesting all is not well at the...

Jack M. Germain
$34B Red Hat Acquisition Is a Bolt Out of Big Blue
10/31/18 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 2043 Words

... cloud computing landscape may look much different to enterprise users following the announcement earlier this week of IBM's agreement to acquire Red Hat . IBM plans to purchase Red Hat, a major provider of open source cloud software, for US$34 billion. IBM...

Denis Pombriant
The CRM Oligopoly
10/04/18 10:11 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1652 Words

Of these companies, half -- Microsoft, Oracle and SAP -- are multiline software vendors of front- and back-office apps with solutions that work both on-premises and in the cloud. They all have database businesses as well, and only Microsoft does not...

Denis Pombriant
Oracle OpenWorld: Margin Lab
10/24/18 11:05 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1253 Words

There's no arguing that the company missed the early run-up of cloud computing , at least on the application side. However, it supported the cloud pioneers on the database side while gaining valuable insights. This week's announcements show that Oracle learned a lot...

Jack M.Germain
Software Security Best Practices Are Changing, Finds New Report
10/02/18 6:05 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1521 Words

... software vendors, along with Internet of Things and cloud vendors, are involved in a market transformation that is making them look more alike. The similarities are evident in the way they approach software security initiatives, according to a report from Synopsys .

Denis Pombriant
OpenWorld Preview
10/17/18 10:51 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1130 Words

Oracle's direction in the last few years increasingly has been toward cloud computing and the autonomous database, and each has several flavors or divisions. The company has three levels of cloud -- infrastructure, platform and apps. Also, it has been automating most aspects...

Denis Pombriant
Turning a Corner in CRM
10/19/18 8:56 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 819 Words

CRM applied basic database technology to a business' chaotic collection of customer data, streamlining business practices and boosting productivity, not only in sales but in service as well. Cloud computing, marketing automation , collaboration, social media , mobility, analytics and many other technologies...

Denis Pombriant
Dreamforce 2018
10/01/18 11:40 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1130 Words

It also is deep into commoditization -- and, in fact, cloud computing is the ultimate commoditization.

Outlines of what happens next are already visible. A small group of large vendors will create a de facto oligopoly. As we saw with the relational...

Jack M. Germain
Another Milestone Achieved: Run Linux Apps on a Chromebook
10/25/18 11:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 2877 Words

If you are not familiar with any Linux distribution, your only learning curve involves getting familiar with a new set of computing tools. That experience can pique interest in a full Linux setup on a non-Chromebook device.

Why tool around with...

Jack M. Germain
The Future of Open Source
09/19/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 2025 Words

However, Linux-powered technology has long ruled the Internet and conquered the cloud and Internet of Things deployments. Both Linux and free open source licensing have dominated in other ways.

Microsoft Windows 10 has experienced similar deployment struggles as proprietary developers have searched...

Jack M. Germain
Got a Screwdriver? GalliumOS Can Turn Chromebooks Into Linux Boxes
11/08/18 12:39 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 2560 Words

If you follow directions explicitly and can wield a screwdriver to remove the bottom panel, GalliumOS is an ingenious Linux distro that can give you the best of two computing worlds. You can install it as a fully functional replacement for the...

Ed Moyle
Protecting Against 'Natural' Cybersecurity Erosion
09/21/18 7:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1108 Words

This happens routinely and is currently an issue as we adopt machine learning, increase use of cloud services, move to serverless computing, and adopt containers.

There's also a natural erosion that's part and parcel of human nature. Consider budget allocation. An...

Jay Lyman
Cloud Computing, Like Open Source, Is Not Just Puff
04/08/11 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 746 Words

... the amount of hype currently swirling about cloud computing, it brings to mind a legitimate question -- is this just hype? Is there really something to this cloud computing , or is it just another bubble that is sure to burst? The...

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