Apple becoming a dominant player in the life sciences segment: IDC
Apple continues to be a disruptive force in the enterprise space as it jumps to number two position in the new IDC Health Insights Life Sciences survey; a 220 percent increase since 2009.
Big Data technology and services market to touch $16.9 billion in 2015
This represents a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 40 percent or about seven times that of the overall information and communications technology (ICT) market, says IDC.
Dell buys backup software company AppAssure
AppAssure is the first software acquisition by Dell since the formation of its software group, and extends the company’s comprehensive storage and software strategy.
IBM strengthens social business software with analytics
The new social analytics software integrates wikis, blogs, activity streams, email, calendaring and more
Master Data Management Software revenue to grow 21 percent this year
Pressures to optimize costs and efficiencies in a heterogeneous IT environment are driving organizations to turn to MDM, says a Gartner study
Oracle ups pressure on HP, IBM
"When we first bought Sun, people said we would get out of the hardware business," says Oracle CEO Larry Ellision. "I guess we didn't get the memo."
Global tech spending to dip in 2011, US fares better
Indian IT purchase will increase by 9%, whereas China’s technology spending will jump by 12%. The current year growth is hovering around 6.5%-6.7% for both the large nations.
Doctors shape up IT at Seven Hills Hospital
Category : Case Studies
The IT team created a homegrown healthcare solution by collaborating with physicians and is now ready to generate revenue out of it.
CSC to focus on India, appoints Narendra Nayak to head local unit
CSC expects India IT services market to grow 16% CAGR by 2014. Nasscom estimates market to grow 22% in 2011 over $ 9 billion last year.
Future of SMB: Rise of On-Demand Flat IT
Category : Columns
Technology : Enterprise IT Services
In the second part, we explain how SMB IT has become age & size Agnostic. SMBs now can adopt technologies even starting small, not when they reached a certain size and scale.