Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth's keynote at the second of this year's Openstack Summits was considerably less controversial than the last, where he explicitly compared the price between Red Hat and Ubuntu's services in Vancouver. However he still had plenty to say when Computerworld UK caught up with the hobby astronaut and entrepreneur on the show floor.
IBM wants to make it easier for customers to move to multicloud environments by adding automation tools to its cloud services and extending its relationship with cloud migration specialists ServiceNow.
The fastest growing technology companies in Australia are capitalising on a payment and services revolution across the country, delivered through cloud-based solutions.
The acquisition aims to enhance the guided work capabilities within Citrix Workspace, enabling people to work with even greater speed, intelligence and simplicity.
Over many years, SAP has built a reputation as a safe bet among enterprise resource planning systems and Australian businesses are increasingly moving their systems over to the software giant: SAP’s local executives recently revealed that the company passed the $1bn revenue milestone for the first time in Australia in 2017.
Collaboration software vendor Slack has announced the rollout of Enterprise Key Management (EKM) to tighten up security and compliance for its enterprise customers.
Microsoft's new software development kit aims to allow businesses to create distributed ledger technology for specific use cases and to aid integration of the technology with existing data and legacy systems.
Built with an investment of RS 1100 crore, Intel India’s new state-of-the-art facility in Bengaluru, SRR4, is aimed at advancing cutting-edge engineering and innovation.
IBM's Watson Health division has been under fire for not delivering on its promise to use AI to enable smarter, more personalized medicine. But IBM officials maintain that hospitals are seeing benefits.
While Red Hat understandably wouldn't discuss anything to do with the IBM mega-acquisition - for regulatory reasons - director of product management James Labocki and senior director for product management at Openstack Nick Barcet confirmed Red Hat's commitment to Openstack for at least the next "10 years".