SaaSGenius is a site that is aiming to be a Yelp-style resource for enterprise SaaS. Users can search for software options and thumb through recommendations from third-party sources. These could be reviews, blog posts or guides about the product.
What sets this service apart from others like it – for example, Glassdoor – is that you can filter the reviews based on elements like race, gender or years worked at a company.
Open-source enterprise software provider Red Hat has made huge financial strides, ending its latest fiscal year with revenue topping $2 billion for the first time. Barrons' Jack Hough predicted on Saturday that the company's shares would grow by 30 percent within a year, moving from a recent $73 per share up to $95.
Stoddard will be responsible for creating a "scalable technology and business infrastructure" which will support Adobe's cloud platform, the company said in a statement.
Upwork, a website that connects up freelance talent with employers, took a look at its database of Internet of Things job postings to understand how the demand has grown, and what skills are most desired right now.
ARM announced Wednesday that it has acquired Apical, a U.K.-based imaging and embedded computer vision products firm, for US$350 million.
Reps. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) are working on a bipartisan effort to change the H-1B visa system. They'd like the system to move away from a lottery and focus on using salary offers, Computerworld reported.
The Anniversary Update for Windows 10, due out this summer, will allow users to stop Windows from going through updates at certain times through a new feature called Active Hours.
The beta version of Microsoft's productivity service GigJam is now open to anyone. While you still have to go through a brief "application" type process, anyone can fill out a quick form to gain access.
Western Digital has completed the acquisition of flash memory maker SanDisk for around $16 billion after the deal cleared regulatory hurdles.