Tags: Azure

Multinational Christies educator finds Unit4 cloud

Unit4 has announced that Christie’s Education has selected Unit4 student management to manage its campus life. Christie’s Education is one of the growing number of universities that now has campuses in more than one country. It therefore selected Unit4 Student management in the Microsoft Azure Cloud rather than an on-premises solution. Multinational education Christie’s offers…

Teradata announces IntelliCloud SaaS

Teradata has announced Teradata IntelliCloud. It is described by Teradata as a data and analytics Software as a Service (SaaS) solution. IntelliCloud is to ship with Teradata’s flagship enterprise data warehouse platform, Teradata IntelliFlex. The solution will be hosted in the company’s own data centre as well as on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft…

Getting tighter control of MP Expenses

IPSA (Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority) will deploy the Unit4 Business World On suite of applications. The regulatory body is deploying the finance, expenses , HR and Payroll ERP on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. This is a major change from their existing systems. IPSA currently run separate dedicated systems to manage finance, payroll and expenses…

Business Leader Interview: William Nehring, CEO

We caught up with William Nerhing, CEO of ThyssenKrupp Elevator UK. The company is part of the larger ThyssenKrupp industrial conglomerate. ThyssenKrupp Elevator UK offers market leading passenger movement systems in both horizontal and vertical directions. Nerhing was in Dublin to talk on an Internet of Things (IoT) panel. He was speaking about how ThyssenKrupp…

Is there a new VMware in the making?

Four strategic moves that point to a yes VMware’s success has resulted in a dominant market position leaving it both searching for new growth opportunities and facing pernicious threats to the market it controls. At VMworld Europe 2015, the company was facing uncertainty from the announcement that its parent company EMC was to be acquired…

Microsoft climbs back up mountain

The Microsoft Q1 2017 results were announced yesterday to rave reviews. They resulted in a boost to the share price that reached $60.63, its highest in recent years. It marks a significant recovery from the $14.87 it hit in May 2009 and is the highest since the share splits in 1999. The results and share price…

A new chapter for IFS as it delists

IFS has announced that it will delist (XSTO:IFS) from Nasdaq Stockholm on Friday 7th October. This finishes the process that started ten months ago when EQT made an offer for IFS shares. The process was approved by Nasdaq Stockholm after EQT VII achieved 97% ownership of IFS shares. This story started with the IFS board…

When piecemeal goes bang

Buckinghamshire New University  is deepening its investment with Unit4 by upgrading its student management system. This is not the first time it has upgraded its Unit4 solution in 2016. In March it added the Unit4 HR module to the Finance and Payroll solution it had already acquired. The university has a long history with Unit4…

R&D gets Premier sandbox to play in

ProcessPro has announced the latest release of their batch manufacturing ERP solution, Premier version 10.7. This version delivers enhancements to aid manufacturers R&D teams. The company also announced improvements to the ProcessPro analytics software. This release comes less than 6 months after version 10.6 was release in March earlier this year. The previous version update was…

Blockchain Foundry launches on Azure

The developers behind little known cryptocurrency Syscoin have launched a new company, Blockchain Foundry on Microsoft Azure. Syscoin is already part of the Microsoft Azure Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) platform. By creating Blockchain Foundry it is looking to take advantage of its experience in building blockchain solutions. Dan Wasyluk, President and CEO of Blockchain…