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Tibco ActiveMatrix BPM Delivers Responsive Process Apps with Real-Time Data, Events

Next month, Tibco continues to build on its recently-launched new-gen BPM platform that is infused with real-time events and data. To deliver a more adaptive, informed and responsive approach, ActiveMatrix BPM uses events, integration and what the company calls “fast data” to push BPM beyond workflow automation to provide deeper situational awareness and responsiveness.  IDN talks with Tibco’s Rachel Brennan.

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IDC: Uncle Sam Warms Up To Private Clouds; Spending To Hit $7.7 Billion by 2017

Uncle Sam is finally warming up to private cloud services – big time. A report from IDC predicts federal spending on private clouds will reach $1.7 billion in FY2014 and almost quadruple to $7.7 billion by FY2017. The report comes as good news to budget hawks that have been urging the federal government to get more aggressive with cloud adoption.

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Cloud Integration Sees Big Traction, as Dell-Boomi Hits One-Million Integrations Daily

Cloud integration at Dell Boomi has topped a milestone – one million cloud integrations per day.  The number reflects use of the company’s Atomsphere cloud-based platform to support application, data and process integrations. The news is good for the whole sector. IDN speaks with Dell Boomi’s founder and general manager Rick Nucci.

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Studies Foresee Surge in BYOD Security Investment, Education in 2013

Two studies confirm the BYOD craze will enter a new phase in 2013, as attention and investment shifts from building apps and fancy UIs to addressing security and compliance issues. The studies of CIOs and security officers were conducted by Frost & Sullivan and IDC.

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IDC Sees US Public IT Cloud Services To Top $43 Billion by 2016

Revenue for US public IT cloud services will grow from $18.5 billion in 2011 to $43.2 billion in 2016, according to a report by International Data Corporation (IDC).  The report focuses on the public cloud services that are shared among unrelated enterprises and consumers and that are designed for a market, rather than just one enterprise.

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IDC: Mobile Enterprise Management Software on a Tear; Set to Triple by 2016

Worldwide spending on mobile enterprise management (MEM) software is on a tear, according to a new study by International Data Corporation (IDC).  MEM spending will near $2 billion annually by 2016, and that is capturing the attention of mobile software and mobile operators, IDC found.

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Mobile Worker Trends Show Strong Growth, Wider Choices, Studies Say

2012 will mark the first year that 3G and 4G mobile devices make up the majority of all worldwide smartphone sales, topping 50% for the first time ever, according to ABI Research.  Meanwhile, IDC predicts the worldwide mobile worker population is exploding, and will impact more than 1-in-3 users (1.3 billion) by 2015.

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Cloud, Mobile Development To Propel Double-Digit Surge in Testing Services, IDC

International Data Corp. (IDC) estimates that cloud and mobility applications will help propel worldwide testing services to an eye-popping 15.4 percent annual growth rate through 2015. IDC estimated spending on testing services hit $9.4 billion for 2010.

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IBM Sees Cloud Adoption Soar for Midsized Firms; Expands LotusLive

A recent IBM survey on cloud adoption found two-thirds of mid-sized companies are using or plan to use cloud-based technologies to improve IT systems management and save money.  The survey of 2,000 firms comes as IBM announces further offerings for mid-sized companies, with new LotusLive partnerships.

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BPM 2011: Appian Marries Cloud, Mobile, Social for Real-Time BPM

Integration Developer News continues its series on “BPM in 2011” with a look at the latest updates to the Appian BPM Suite. The offering meets growing customer requests, Appian execs told IDN, by blending cloud, mobile and business-savvy social technologies to deliver real-time BPM collaboration across enterprise users, partners and even customers. 

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Quest Software Buys Surgient; Preps for Private Clouds, IaaS

Quest Software aims to bring its smart systems management portfolio to the private cloud, with its purchase of Surgient Inc., a privately held secure private cloud automation software firm. The deal sets the stage for a new vision for secure private cloud architectures. Move comes as IDC predicts private cloud market will top $1 billion by 2014.

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IDC: "People Costs" Make Linux Costlier Than Windows

In a study released this month, the International Data Corp found that the nominally "free" Linux can be more expensive to own, run and maintain than Windows 2000 servers for many popular applications. The reason? Total hardware/software costs for both Linux and Windows 2000 were less than 10% of the total 5-year cost of ownership. The big-ticket items are people costs for maintaining, integrating and securing those servers.

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