Drug contractor transforms revenue forecasting with Changepoint software

Changepoint PSA improves revenue forecasting and time reporting, but can be complex and challenging for some users.
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Nexenta storage pushes university’s VDI to the next level

Northern Arizona University found software-defined storage vendor Nexenta just in time to fix their lagging XenDesktop environment.
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Bringing location intelligence software to the masses

Geographic information systems have been around for decades, but simplified tools aimed at traditional business users are spurring greater adoption.
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Is Apache Spark the next big thing in big data analytics?

At Spark Summit East, Databricks talked up a storm about its new Spark cloud offering in an effort to distinguish the data processing engine from MapReduce and the Hadoop stack: The Data Mill reports.
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S/4HANA and AnyDB

Third party database providers are going to have some difficulty in persuading SAP that they can support S/4HANA
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ICYMI: 400 Gigabit Ethernet concerns fuels new consortium

ICYMI: Industry leaders Cisco, Intel and Arista join a consortium to create standards to allay power, heat concerns fueled by 400 GbE protocol.
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Video remote support tool can be worth a thousand texts

TechWatch: Video may have killed the radio star, but it gives new life to next generation remote support tools such as LogMeIn's Rescue Lens.
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SD-WAN offers traffic management, automation

SD-WAN technology is creating a more intelligent WAN through path control and traffic automation.
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What you need to know about the hybrid WAN

The ballooning amount of data generated by users and applications is fueling the development of hybrid WANs. Here's what you need to know.
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Is exhaustive testing a heresy?

Can automation make exhaustive testing a practicable possibility - at least some of the time?
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