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2014 PC Sales
Enterprise and service provider networking port revenues reached $39B in 2013.
Server from IBM, Google, others part of effort to best Intel in data centers
China's Xiaomi targets ten markets in international expansion
The Internet of Things meets disruptive technologies
Facebook, Google, Twitter in new scrum over mobile app ad gold rush
Android finally outshines iOS in mobile ad traffic
OpenStack's latest release keeps the DIY private cloud features coming
Microsoft: Let us be your one stop for big data analytics
Facebook about to enter e-money market in Europe
Asus launches the ZenFone series in Southeast Asia
VMware preps public cloud-powered disaster recovery as a service
Ubuntu chases after Red Hat with OpenStack and Docker bundles
Why Dropbox and Box are expanding beyond straight-up cloud storage
SAP continues cloud push with Business Suite subscription model
VMware to extend Horizon beyond virtual desktop infrastructure
Auberge Resorts: migration to Chromebooks and Google Apps for Business.
TPE et PME françaises: investissements IT en hausse.
Some teens may indeed be anti-Facebook
Google envisions Glass in businesses
Orange Business Services: l’offre Flexible Storage
How the Internet of Things Drives CRM Investments
After cloud price cuts from Amazon, Google, and Microsoft, what's next?
Gestion des accès d’identité dans le cloud. Alliance Arismore - Numergy.
Alcatel-Lucent ups the ante in unified access
Enterprise software, devices to fuel IT spending growth in 2014, Gartner says
One Windows, all devices: The new Microsoft app strategy unveiled
Microsoft Changes Its Tune With Free Version of Windows
Microsoft slashes Azure prices, introduces new basic tier
Open-Xchange adds spreadsheet program to its online app suite
Microsoft's Satya Nadella puts the cloud front and center
With Office for iPad, Microsoft pushing subscription-first future
Google revamps enterprise cloud services with price cuts, more features
Box to offer usage-based pricing, file conversion service
Viadeo: solution de recrutement pour les PME.
Consumerization of IT in the Enterprise Starting to Pay Off
Infor goes all-in with Amazon Web Services for cloud ERP
France: 10% d' utilisateurs 4G
Cisco plans $1 billion investment in global cloud infrastructure
IBM rolls "Big Data" software to combat big business fraud

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Nobeysco a deux activités:

  • une activité de conseil dans le domaine des NTIC destinées aux acteurs de ce secteur;
  • une activité de services destinée au petites et moyennes structures.

L’activité de conseil est dans le domaine des NTIC (Nouvelles Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication).
Elle s’adresse aux grands acteurs du secteur (fournisseurs de solutions, opérateurs de télécommunications, canaux de distribution) et couvre le marché européen. Nobeysco a établi un partenariat avec le cabinet d’analystes américain AMI-Partners pour cette activité. Nous sommes très actifs dans les domaines du «cloud» où nous travaillons pour de grands clients au niveau international.


L’activité de services s’adresse à de petites et moyennes structures (TPE, PME, mid-market):
Elle vise à accompagner les petites structures dans deux domaines distincts:

  • le développement de leur business au travers de l’acquisition de nouveaux clients et d’une meilleure compréhension de leur marché. C’est l’offre MicroBizGen.
  • la mise en place de solutions de communication et de collaboration adaptées à leurs besoins. C’est l’offre autour de Google Apps.

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Welcome to Nobeysco

Nobeysco has two complementary activities:

  • Consulting, in the ICT domain
  • Services targeting small and medium businesses.

Consulting covers the overall ICT domain for the European Market.
Nobeysco works with major actors in this area (solution suppliers, Telcos, channels).
Nobeysco has a partnership with AMI-Partners, an analyst firm specialized in the ICT domain, focusing on the small and medium businesses (SMBs) and Mid-Market (1-1000 employees).

Over the past for years, we have been very active in the "Cloud/SaaS" areas, working for major actors of these sectors.


Services targeting small and medium businesses in France



Telecommunications, Internet, Enterprises, ICT (Information and Communication Technologies), SMB Market

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Enterprise and service provider networking port revenues reached $39B in 2013.

Routers, switches and other networking gear became a $39 billion market in 2013, as 40G took hold in the data center and 100G became the new standard for service providers, according to the latest research from Infonetics.

Enterprise port revenue rose 5% relative to 2012, while service providers spent an additional 4%, the researchers said. Although 1G connections remained the most common, and 10G the biggest revenue driver, most of the new spending originates in the 40G and 100G sectors.

Server from IBM, Google, others part of effort to best Intel in data centers

IBM's new compute architecture and the OpenPower Foundation have high aspirations: dislodge Intel from data centers.

IBM launched its Power8 chip architecture for next-generation servers, which it describes as "a sliver of silicon that measures just one square inch...embedded with more than 4 billion microscopic transistors and more than 11 miles of high-speed copper wiring."

China's Xiaomi targets ten markets in international expansion

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi plans to enter ten foreign markets later this year, including Brazil, Mexico and Russia, in a bid to expand globally with its low-cost but cutting-edge phones.

Having risen to become a top smartphone maker in its home market, Xiaomi has already begun selling phones in Singapore, and plans to also enter five other Southeast Asian markets including Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand later this year, it said Wednesday.

The Internet of Things meets disruptive technologies

The Internet of Things (IoT) will be everywhere. According to Gartner, by 2020 the IoT will be more than a $300 billion market, with over 26 billion devices installed. In contrast, today we use 7.3 billion smartphones, tablets and PCs.

Naturally, the IoT will run up against today's other disruptive technologies, including social, mobile, analytics and the cloud. Let's take a look at how the IoT is affecting and leveraging each of these areas, as well as its impact on cybersecurity.

Facebook, Google, Twitter in new scrum over mobile app ad gold rush

What once was Facebook's private mine has created a gold-rush effect with Google and Twitter also now seeking more mobile riches. But there's only so much money to go around.

At its F8 developer conference next week, Facebook is expected to present plans for a mobile advertising network, and in so doing turn on an additional revenue stream that could mint it billions more in mobile advertising revenue -- but not if Google and Twitter have a say in the matter.

Android finally outshines iOS in mobile ad traffic

For the first time ever, Android's share of mobile ad impressions surpassed those of iOS, according to mobile ad platform Opera Mediaworks.

Android shoots past iOS in mobile ad traffic. Opera Mediaworks

OpenStack's latest release keeps the DIY private cloud features coming

The latest milestone release of OpenStack, the open source cloud platform project that's become a centerpiece of both Red Hat's and Canonical's cloud-building efforts, is out. But as advanced as this release is over its predecessors, a few key integrations for OpenStack remain as future to-do items -- and there's tension between the pace of OpenStack releases and the curve of its overall adoption.

Microsoft: Let us be your one stop for big data analytics

If there was any question that Microsoft wants to be everyone's data analytics shop, the company erased those doubts with its Monday presentation. In fact, Microsoft laid out plans for how the next iteration of many of its products -- SQL Server, Microsoft Azure, and its Hadoop-powered analytics components both inside and outside of Microsoft Azure -- are being designed as a single data platform.

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