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LinkedIn’s turbo-charged version for salespeople costs $1,600 a pop

LinkedIn is putting a bigger price tag on its user data. Today (March 21) it launched a new subscription for its Sales Navigator product, used to contact prospective customers, for $1,600 per user annually.  392 more words

MuleSoft prices IPO above expected range at $17 per share

Enterprise software company MuleSoft will go public tomorrow and just priced their IPO at $17 – slightly above the proposed $14-16 range.

The company will start trading on the New York Stock Exchange tomorrow, under the symbol “MULE”. 212 more words

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SAP Patches Risky Security Flaws in HANA Software

Europe’s top software maker SAP said on Tuesday it had patched vulnerabilities in its latest HANA software that had a potentially high risk of giving hackers control over databases and business applications used to run big multinational firms. 564 more words

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Networking Software Maker Citrix Said to Seek Buyers

U.S. networking software company Citrix Systems has been exploring strategic alternatives including a potential sale, people familiar with the matter said on Monday.

Citrix , which gave activist hedge fund Elliott Management a board seat in 2015, has looked at selling itself in the past, before embarking on spin-offs and sales of smaller business units. 191 more words

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G Suite Gets Updates

G Suite (formerly Google Apps) is getting some updates. “In order for Google to deliver on this cloud promise, we must not only meet enterprise companies where they are today in terms of security, compliance, and connectivity standards — but also raise the bar for what’s possible with our advanced machine intelligence capabilities. 54 more words

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Google's New Super-Sized Digital Whiteboard Comes With A Super-Sized Price Tag

Google’s new super-sized digital whiteboard finally has a price.

The search giant said Thursday that its 55-inch Jamboard, a giant screen with 4K resolution that people can use to write, draw, and create presentations, will sell for $5,000 plus an annual $600 service fee when it’s available in May. 307 more words

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Join the Conversation on the BlackBerry Developer Community Forums

Enterprise mobile apps are on a huge growth curve because they’re an excellent way to mobilize the workforce while controlling data security, and BlackBerry Dynamics… 306 more words

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