BT said Tuesday it will sell enterprise software products from NetSuite and SugarCRM to its small and medium-sized business (SMB) customers.
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In the latest of a long line of data and storage-related buys, IBM said Friday it has acquired Diligent Technologies for an undisclosed sum.
The Open Source Census, an effort to pin down hard statistics regarding the implementation of open-source software around the world, got underway on Wednesday.
The number of open-source projects that use the GNU General Public License Version 3 has grown to more than 2,000, according to Palamida, which sells software and services for tracking open-source code within a customer's code base.
Oracle on Monday announced a pair of products aimed at securely archiving enterprise content and e-mail.
Enterprise search is set to become a pervasive and demanding force in IT over the next several years, according to Gartner analyst Whit Andrews.
Multicore processors, cloud computing, user interfaces, social networks/social software and Web mashups top a list of 10 "disruptive technologies'' set to reshape the IT landscape between 2008 and 2012, according to Gartner analysts David Cearley and Carl Claunch.
The GNOME Foundation, recently slammed by critics who accused it of supporting Microsoft's Open Office XML document format (OOXML), has issued a statement to clarify its position on the matter.
A high-profile figure in Sun Microsystems' OpenSolaris community has quit, accusing Sun of retaining too much control over the open-source counterpart to its Solaris operating system.
JasperSoft, the open-source business intelligence vendor, is claiming that it is now the world's most widely deployed BI product.
While Linus Torvalds' name is synonymous with the Linux kernel, Al Viro's may be one day, too.