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Why data privacy will become a competitive differentiator

If your company doesn’t have a formal, simple policy covering how it safeguards personal information, it could soon find itself at a competitive disadvantage.

The record number of massive security breaches insinuating themselves into headlines (this week’s victim, the U.S. 437 more words


Networking giant Cisco Systems and Box, the IPO-bound cloud storage company, today announced a broad alliance under which they will deliver collaboration software products for use by companies. 60 more words


Technician Licenses, Named and Concurrent for the Help Desk

Technician licenses to access the Help Desk are available as Named and Concurrent licenses. A Named license is allocated to a single Technician and Concurrent licenses are allocated to  groups of Technicians… 431 more words

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Can BlackBerry's Samsung partnership help it woo businesses?

It’s been about one year since John Chen, CEO of BlackBerry, took the top job at the struggling phonemaker. Since then, he has embarked on a campaign to bring the company back to its roots and spark new innovations and partnerships where he feels necessary—in short, to make BlackBerry relevant to business users again. 747 more words


How Amazon is turning cloud computing into the 'new normal'

Amazon cloud strategy chief Andy Jassy opened his keynote address this week at its annual re:Invent conference on the offensive.

“More and more companies are moving their computing workloads to Amazon Web Services,” the Amazon Web Services (AWS) senior vice president declared from the Las Vegas stage, pointing to fast-growing digital businesses such as Airbnb and Pinterest and venerable Fortune 500 companies like Bristol Myers Squibb , Johnson & Johnson , and Merck . 608 more words


Need to fix a business process? There's probably an app for that

Enterprise mobile application development continues to accelerate at a furious pace. Evidence? Activations leapt more than 731% over the past 12 months, according to an… 412 more words


New Relic, Hortonworks are losing money but solving problems. Will IPO investors bite?

The next time you click on a link in your Twitter stream and wonder how many seconds – five? ten? thirty?? – it’s going to take for a page to load, spare at least a couple of those seconds for Lew Cirne, the CEO of New Relic who not only shares your frustration but is actively trying to do something about it. 824 more words