Weekly Tech Roundup: Oracle JD Edwards Suite, Sprint-Google Partnership and Dropbox Boosts Enterprise Features
25 Jul. 2014 Enterprise Tech News
The past couple of weeks saw Apple team up with IBM for a big enterprise push, Google team up with Novartis AG for developing smart lenses and Samsung showcasing its enterprise mobile solutions. Let’s take a look at the tech news of more recent times with Apple, Google and Samsung being in the news.
Oracle Ships 57 Mobile Apps for JD Edwards Enterprise Suite
Oracle, in a bid to take advantage of the ever increasing mobile customer base, has planned the rollout of 57 mobile applications for its JD Edwards EnterpriseOne business software suite. While Oracle has a number of ERP (enterprise resource planning) software products, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is gaining popularity in industries such as agriculture, distribution and food production, where many workers are mobile in fields or on factory floors, rather than sitting at a desk.
“JD Edwards is one of the fastest-growing parts of Oracle’s business,” said analyst Ray Wang, founder and chairman of Constellation Research. The new apps are “a response to what customers have asked them to do.” The applications are supported with the use of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne version 9.1, and can be accessed at no additional charge by customers who have licensed the base software.
Sprint Partners with Google for Enterprise Cloud Push
Sprint has signed on to offer Google Apps for Business and serve as enterprise support for the cloud-based productivity suite.
Sprint has teamed up with Google in an attempt to lure in more business customers
Sprint, in its role as a mobility reseller of Google Apps, will put its customer care, billing platform and device and network knowledge behind the offering. They will also offer add-ons like single sign on over and above selling varying deployment packages. With the inherent mobile focus that comes with moving to the cloud, Sprint hopes to work its own mobile device and network capabilities into the offering. But Sprint’s Google support won’t be limited to Sprint network customers.
Dropbox Boosts Enterprise Features, Has 80,000 Paying Corporate Customers
Cloud file-sharing service Dropbox announced a bunch of new features for its enterprise service. The features include the ability to set who has access to edit or only read a file, passwords to shared folders that expire after a set time and a text search capability.
The company also disclosed some numbers around the adoption of its business product. They said that Dropbox now had 80,000 paying companies as customers. Although no clarity was given into the average size of those companies, it is believed that they range from big operations like Spotify to small businesses with as few as a handful of employees.
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