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Google Docs now works with uploaded tracked changes from your Word documents

Google has given those who work with Microsoft Word another reason to move documents to the cloud.

Today, Google announced a new function that converts any tracked changes in Word documents to Suggested Edits. 228 more words


Business in A Changing World

The Starting Point

We all have once in our lives come about this unique idea that we wanted to share with the world, but ignored how to bring that particular idea into reality or turn it into a business opportunity. 2,604 more words

レッドハット、Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5の提供開始 [ #cbajp ]

Red Hat, Inc.は、Red HatのOpenStackディストリビューションとして3世代目にあたるRed Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5の提供開始を発表した。Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platformは、先進的なクラウドユーザー、通信事業者、インターネットサービスプロバイダ(ISP)、およびパブリッククラウドホスティングプロバイダが、クラウド基盤としてOpenStackを利用することを想定して設計されている。



The Mobile App Evolution: Practice Makes Perfect

The least controversial stand you can take these days is to predict that mobile application development will have a significant impact in shaping the future direction of the modern enterprise. 518 more words


Talks to sell IBM's chip-manufacturing business to Globalfoundries fall apart

IBM and Globalfoundries have broken off talks to sell Big Blue’s money-losing chip-manufacturing business to the Abu Dhabi-owned firm, according to Bloomberg.

Globalfoundries, owned by an investment arm of the government of Abu Dhabi, reportedly made an offer that IBM rejected because the price was too low, according unnamed sources cited by Bloomberg. 139 more words


Cutting-edge marketers, here's why you don't want to miss GrowthBeat (pre-registration ends today)

GrowthBeat is coming up on August 5-6, and it’s shaping up to be one of the most provocative marketing­-tech events of the year.

We’re bringing you some of the best and brightest in modern digital marketing for a series of never-before-seen case studies and sessions designed to help you declutter the landscape, simplify functions, clarify your goals, and find your way to success. 394 more words


Tech in Motion Recap: Mobile Security Starts with Developers!

Last night I attended the Tech in Motion Mobile Security Panel Discussion in Chicago. The panelists consisted of Richard Rushing, the Chief Information Security Officer of Motorola Mobility; Andrew Hoog, CEO/co-founder of viaForensics; Amit Shah, the Co-Founder and CTO at Vaporstream; and John Storozuk, Senior Security Product Manager for Product Security at BlackBerry. 930 more words