Box launched a new website last week to share its open source development tools.
Square, the company that helps small businesses take credit card transactions froma smartphone or iPad, might have reached a critical juncture.
SpringCM brings their content management technology to Salesforce.com, giving employees content in context.
Dropbox might just have gotten access to a bushel of cash.
Marketo fine-tuned their marketing platform with a new release, and claim a new level of personalization and ease of use for marketers.
If you want to attract the top IT talent in mobile development, you need to offer free lunches. A free gym membership, tuition reimbursement, working with the latest tech and a referral bonus wouldn't hurt either.
Backupify, the cloud to cloud backup vendor, announced they would be supporting a slew of new cloud services throughout this year.
Redmond has finally released Microsoft Office for the iPad, nearly four years after the first-generation iPad was releaded in April 2010.
The top news stories for April 1, 2014.
Despite continous concerns over security, CIOs continue to move an increasing percentage of organizational information to the cloud, and are making growing use of private cloud and software-as-a-service models.