Apple opens app development centre in Italy

Apple has created Europe’s first iOS App Development Centre in Italy, to give students practical skills and training on developing iOS apps for the world’s most innovative and vibrant app ecosystem.

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How the world’s top companies manage application delivery

F5 Networks has released the results of its second annual State of Application Delivery customer survey.

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Actifio partners with Camouflage

Combination of industry-leading data masking and data virtualisation technologies decreases risk while accelerating application release cycles.

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Increased unified communications connectivity

Dell Appliance for Wyse – Citrix provides a simple and scalable pre-configured VDI solution for up to 5,000 users.

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The top 3 trends for IT Service Management in 2016

Delivering customer satisfaction will be a fundamental priority across the IT industry in 2016, according to the results of international research conducted by IT Service Management (ITSM) leader Axios Systems.

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Liquidware Labs unveils “Micro Isolation” in FlexApp

First-of-its-kind feature eliminates packaging complexities and application conflicts to support hyper-sophisticated desktop application-handling scenarios.

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Organisations across all industries are investing in digital transformation to unlock new levels of innovation, agility, and productivity as they look to adapt to the new world of hybrid work. According to Gartner, worldwide IT spending is projected to reach $4.1 trillion by the end of this year. However, many organisations are still struggling to identify where to start as they race to modernise systems of record and digitise operations.
Deployment to enable next-generation transformation of customer self-service.
Enghouse Interactive survey reveals 57% of UK businesses are using a combination of applications.
Frost & Sullivan research commissioned by NetSuite has revealed that a majority of European businesses surveyed that have adopted cloud-based applications for at least one core business area such as accounting, customer relationship management (CRM) or ERP have a huge competitive advantage over their peers. The Frost & Sullivan study of more than 600 senior IT decision makers from a cross section of industries throughout Europe also found that these businesses can more easily and efficiently take their businesses global to fuel business growth.
Organisations with mature software delivery practices are three times as likely to grow 15 percent or more than their peers annually.
Mastering modern software development using a ‘Modern Software Factory’ is at the heart of success for European organisations, according to the results of a global survey of more than 1,200 IT leaders, including 466 in Europe, released by CA Technologies and conducted by Freeform Dynamics.
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The benefits of DevOps

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