Has low-code programming arrived? These five companies think so

Nov 15 23:17:03 by siliconangle.com

Low-code platforms are becoming an increasingly popular alternative to hand-coding applications, particularly in large enterprises. The reasons for this switch are also rapidly becoming well-established: Low-code, a method of developing software applications quickly with little manual coding, accelerates the work of professional developers, leading to a more rapid delivery of software that is also of […] The post Has low-code programming arrived? These five companies think so appeared first on SiliconANGLE.

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How B2B SaaS Powers Enterprise Digital Transformation

Nov 7 12:06:42 by www.cmswire.com

B2B SaaS technology is the driving force behind digital transformation and digital innovation.

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The top SaaS companies for business

Oct 28 10:00:00 by www.infoworld.com

More companies are relying on software-as-a-service (SaaS) as a cloud-based option for delivering a variety of software applications to end users. Fortunately, they have a broad selection of SaaS applications from which to choose.Here are the major players offering core business applications via the SaaS model.[ Discover the best open source software for software development, cloud computing, data analytics, and machine learning: InfoWorld’s 2019 Bossie Award winners. ] Atlassian Atlassian is an enterprise software provider that creates products designed for users such as project managers, software developers, and content managers. It’s perhaps best known for Jira, its issue-tracking application, and Confluence, its team collaboration and wiki product.To read this article in full, please click here

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Modzy is a marketplace for enterprise AI software and models

Nov 4 14:00:03 by venturebeat.com

Booz Allen's Modzy platform is designed to create a centralized location for curated enterprise AI software and models where compliance is assured.Read More

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Almost three quarters of enterprises are bringing applications back on premises

Nov 13 14:26:31 by betanews.com

Applications are migrating away from the public cloud and back to on-premise infrastructures, with 73 percent of respondents to a new study reporting that they are moving some applications off the public cloud and back on premises. The report from enterprise cloud computing company Nutanix shows 22 percent of those users are moving five or more applications back in house. Research carried out by Vanson Bourne surveyed 2,650 IT decision-makers in 24 countries around the world about where they’re running their business applications today, where they plan to run them in the future, what their cloud challenges are and how… [Continue Reading]

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Foster a Learning Environment in Your Enterprise

Oct 30 15:53:58 by blog.udacity.com

Learn More The most successful, fastest-growing companies are differentiated by one thing: they’ve transformed how their people learn and lead. This high-performing, maturing organizations encourage experimentation, iteration, and transparency to […]

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Without Inclusion, Enterprise Growth Is At Risk

Nov 12 2:20:12 by www.forbes.com

Today’s age of personalization needs a fresh approach to diversity and inclusion – one that’s focused on strengthening and accelerating the enterprise growth strategy.

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