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2015 PC Sales
Microsoft's New Devices Put Windows 10 on Any Screen
Microsoft unveils Surface Pro 4 tablet as latest laptop killer
Microsoft's Surface Book Looks Like the Ultimate Hybrid PC
2016: IT budgets to jump 2%, but still not enough, says Gartner
HP goes after Cisco, Arista with open source OS
3 key ways Hadoop is evolving
Microsoft stays in the on-premises email server game with launch of Exchange 2016
Microsoft reshuffles into 3 businesses for financial reporting
IBM brings Bluemix behind the firewall for sensitive workloads
IBM-Box enterprise deal yields new content tools
Google takes another swing at Excel with Sheets update
Pilotage des fonctions fiscales : Cegid acquiert Altaven
Microsoft Finally Gets That It Won't Win the Smartphone War
Microsoft and Google in drive to boost Web app speed to that of native apps
Cisco acquires OpenStack pioneer Piston Cloud
Avaya acquired Esna Technologies
Google cloud strategy focuses on analyzing big data
Butler Industries veut redonner du souffle à NextiraOne
Intel to buy Altera for $16.7B, eyes IoT market
New IBM OpenStack services support hybrid cloud apps
As collaboration tools multiply, here’s how to avoid overload
LinkedIn atteint la barre des dix millions de membres en France
Salesforce wants enterprise big-data users to catch its Wave
At Google I/O, the Internet of things gets a new OS
2015 smartphone sales
Over 4 billion people still have no Internet connection
2015: don't expect much change in the smartphone market over the coming years.
Microsoft doubles down on Office apps, services for Android tablets
2015 Tablet sales.
Gartner: Cloud IaaS is a $16.5 billion market
France. Tablettes, smartphones, PC… : le multi-terminal s’impose.
Google launches a service for storing big data
Office 365 customers pay Microsoft up to 80% more over long haul
Samsung launches Artik chips for the Internet of Things
Citrix launches Workspace Cloud with BYOD flexibility
The backlash against Facebook’s Internet.org project is growing.
Huawei's LiteOS looks to play central role in Internet of Things
Gartner shows two-horse race in IaaS cloud: AWS and Microsoft Azure
Facebook and IBM are teaming up to help retailers better target advertising.
Microsoft looks to empower IT in the cloud
CoreOS gains on Docker, with support from Google, Red Hat, VMware
Cegid monte en puissance aux USA avec JDS Solutions
Solocal Group collabore avec Google et Microsoft pour viser les TPE et PME
RingCentral Adds Cloud Contact Center to Its Portfolio

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Bienvenue chez Nobeysco

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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Microsoft's New Devices Put Windows 10 on Any Screen

Last year, Microsoft introduced the Surface Pro 3, a thin and lightweight hybrid tablet-like device that the company famously claimed “could replace your laptop.” A lot has changed since then: Windows 8.1 has been put out to pasture, Microsoft has anointed Windows 10 as the one OS to run on all of its devices, and everyone from Apple to HP to Lenovo has trotted out their own light and powerful “lapblets.”

Microsoft unveils Surface Pro 4 tablet as latest laptop killer

Microsoft has beefed up its Surface Pro tablet lineup to better compete with traditional laptops. The Surface Pro 4, unveiled Tuesday at Microsoft's Windows 10 event, has a 12.3-inch screen, only slightly larger than the 12-inch screen on the Surface Pro 3. The bezel is smaller, however, meaning there's more space for the screen itself. The screen, with a 2,736x1,824-pixel resolution, also sports 5 million pixels with 267 pixels per inch.

Microsoft's Surface Book Looks Like the Ultimate Hybrid PC


Along with a more-powerful version of its Surface Pro laptop/tablet hybrid, Microsoft unveiled a brand-new addition to the Surface lineup. Microsoft’s Panos Panay described it as the “ultimate laptop,” and the spec sheet, at least, seems to bear that out. It’s also the first time Microsoft has made a laptop on its own.

And spoiler alert: It also detaches from its keyboard to become a standalone Surface tablet.

2016: IT budgets to jump 2%, but still not enough, says Gartner

Budgets of IT departments have been flat to negative for the last five years despite the ever-increasing importance of technology for creating new products

IT budgets globally are due to grow by 2.2 percent in 2016, the largest jump in the last five years, according to Gartner's survey of nearly 3,000 CIOs globally. In the North America, the projection is 2.3 percent.

HP goes after Cisco, Arista with open source OS

HP is spearheading multivendor development of an open source network operating system for data centers in an effort to address scale, dynamic operation, and vendor independence.

3 key ways Hadoop is evolving

The Strata+Hadoop World 2015 conference in New York this week was subtitled "Make Data Work," but given how Hadoop world's has evolved over the past year (even over the past six months) another apt subtitle might have been "See Hadoop Change."

Here are three of the most significant recent trends in Hadoop, as reflected by the show's roster of breakout sessions, vendors, and technologies.

Spark is leading Hadoop

Microsoft stays in the on-premises email server game with launch of Exchange 2016

Microsoft has been aggressively pushing its cloud services for applications such as email, but it also remains committed to selling software that customers run in their own data centers. That's why, on Thursday morning, the company released Exchange Server 2016.

Microsoft reshuffles into 3 businesses for financial reporting

Microsoft today changed how it will report its financial performance, reducing the number of operating divisions to three, in an effort to align with CEO Satya Nadella's emphasis on the cloud and productivity platforms, and opportunities to reap revenue from customers after they've moved to Windows 10.

The three operating segments -- Intelligent Cloud, Productivity and Business Processes and More Personal Computing -- replace six earlier divisions, which were roughly organized on a consumer versus commercial basis.

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