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Forever 21 denies pirating Adobe software, strikes back

The retailer claims Adobe, Corel and Autodesk charge accused pirates exorbitant license fees

The mobile-enabled enterprise: Are we there yet?

The potential is considerable, but plenty of challenges remain


Fake patient data could have been uploaded through SAP medical app

SAP has patched the issue, which affected Electronic Medical Records Unwired

Red Hat formulates a plan for building enterprise mobile apps

The FeedHenry acquisition last year now gives Red Hat an integrated mobile platform

This isn't your father's enterprise software

Changing expectations and a new generation of users are transforming the face of business applications

London Underground hums with better data on tracks

London's public transit system aims to keep trains on time with a little known form of asset management

NetSfere promises enterprise messaging with end-to-end security

Featuring device-to-device encryption, this tool ensures sensitive messages are for senders' and recipients' eyes only

App for business users lets you share sensitive documents -- then they disappear

Confide's technology is screenshot-proof and uses end-to-end encryption.

SAP unwraps a new enterprise suite based on Hana

S/4Hana can run in parallel with its predecessor, enabling a nondisruptive transition.

Dropbox boosts mobile talent with CloudOn buy

The latest in the cloud-storage company's shopping spree also delivers a ready-made presence in Israel.

Three ways enterprise software is changing

Today's IT shops must grapple with analysis, cloud computing and DevOps

Google and Avaya to bring Chromebooks and WebRTC to call centers

It's the first of 'many' future joint offerings from the companies

Google wants Windows server applications to run on its cloud

Customers can run Windows Server applications on Google's cloud without paying a licensing fee

Google meshes multiple enterprise partner programs into one

The goal is to boost the quality and engagement of its resellers, integrators and developers

Startup wants to be the Zipcar for scooters

Scoot Networks lets riders reserve scooters by the hour

With Clutter, Microsoft is less cautious about bringing machine learning to the masses

The research group hasn't always been ready to make such tools available

CA portfolio management services can now reflect IT budget changes

CA's project and portfolio management software, formerly called Clarity, now offers what/if planning features

SAP offering customers 'simpler' way to buy its Hana in-memory platform

It's one thing to announce and another to deliver, one Hana expert says

Disruptive technology reaps cash as venture capital pours in

Investments in software companies through the third quarter surpassed those for all of 2013

Salesforce.com gives mobile app development a 'Lightning' strike

The next generation of the Salesforce1 platform is announced at Dreamforce

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