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GST anniversary: The impact on Indian enterprises

With multiple challenges around compliance, stakeholders across the various sectors are pushing the GST Council to make a foolproof centralized registration mechanism and expedite tax refunds. 

Compuware's devops transformation four years on

Back in 2014, private equity firm Thoma Bravo agreed to take legacy mainframe software mainstay Compuware back into private ownership in a $2.5 billion deal.

Windows 10 Pro vs Enterprise: which is better for your business?

With Windows 10, Microsoft's flagship operating system is now available 'as-a-service', with the vendor calling it the 'last' version of the Windows.

The Complete Guide to Blockchain in the Enterprise

Blockchain, the distributed ledger technology that underpins the cryptocurrency bitcoin, has been slowly but surely infiltrating the enterprise over the past decade as businesses investigate whether it can solve some of their most pressing problems.

How Just Eat runs devops at scale

Food delivery company Just Eat runs a hugely complex devops culture across 35 software development teams in five geographies, working together to maintain 450 microservices.

What is the Epic browser (and what makes it different)?

Privacy is the top priority for the Chromium-based web browser.

How News Corp got 25,000 staff members using Okta

American media giant News Corp is an established customer of Okta, successfully on-boarding 25,000 global employees onto the identity management platform to date. How did it get there and what lessons did it learn?

Stop doing DevOps for the ‘sake of it’: Gartner

Many organisations are launching a ‘DevOps’ effort with insufficient consideration of business outcomes and risk failure as staff do not connect with the underpinning tools and approaches, Gartner said.

What is Julia? A fresh approach to numerical computing

A “no compromises” programming language for data scientists, Julia combines the ease of a dynamic language with the speed of a compiled language

10 hot SD-WAN startups to watch

Giant vendors such as AT&T, Cisco, Citrix and VMware carry influence in SD-WAN, but these 10 startups are making a name for themselves.