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HCL DryIce automates and orchestrates India-based outsourcer HCL Technologies is making its automation and orchestration system available to organisations that don't use the company's managed services.
Zerto releases new version of virtual replication software Disaster recovery software provider Zerto has released version 5.5 of its virtual replication software, with new features being bi-directional replication on Azure and faster recovery…
VIDEO: HP uses virtual reality to go to Mars and imagine life The “HP Mars Home Planet” experience teams up with partners on a global co-creation project to imagine what a human population of one million could…
Nearly 60% of large corporates want to rock the blockchain Nearly 6 in 10, or 57% of large corporations are either “actively considering, or are in the process of, deploying blockchain technology".
Two steps to automation Automation can be used as a stopgap to remove productivity bottlenecks and, more strategically, to reinvent processes.
Call for Adobe to open source Flash spec Developers are calling on Adobe to open source Flash following the company's announcement on 26 July that it would be retiring the software by the…
OutSystems' low-code approach to app development gains fans OutSystems' business in Australia has grown by 200% over the last four quarters. The company offers a low-code application development system for mobile and Web apps.
Windows 10 to get Android and iOS linking – Build 16251 highlights Windows will move a step closer to making PCs and smartphones work together in the coming Build 16251.
Progress invests in Australia, pushes 'cognitive first' barrow Progress is encouraging the developers of business applications to adopt a "cognitive first" strategy.
Adobe to retire Flash by the end of 2020 Adobe has announced that it will be retiring Flash by the end of 2020 and encouraging content creators to move any existing content to open…

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