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2014 PC Sales
AWS rolls out enterprise document storage and sharing
IBM rethinking decades-old computer design with $3 billion investment
Office 365 SMB editions to get a makeover
Microsoft debuts cloud storage service for enterprises
US: Python bumps off Java as top learning language
With Passport phone, BlackBerry says it's hip to be square
IDC: Apps will drive public cloud spending to sustained double-digit growth
Microsoft's Windows to aid PC market revival in 2015
Microsoft adds Yammer to more Office 365 editions
EMC acquires TwinStrata to push corporate data into the cloud
2014 Smartphone sales.
Numvision, éditeur de logiciels BtoB de « cloud storage », lève des fonds pour son développement.
IT spending growth to be slower than expected in 2014, Gartner says
Google Dart upgrade zooms in on mobile app dev
Cisco acquires tiny collaboration company
Dropbox for Business folders can now be shared in read-only mode
Mark Hurd lays out Oracle's cloud progress, plan to be number one
Microsoft turns cloud storage into Office 365 feature
Google reacts to Office 365 momentum with beefier Apps suite
US: Mobile app usage hits 51% of all time spent on digital media
Google spells out ambitious plan: Android world domination
China sets out to become global leader in chip manufacturing
Dell aims Cloudera-powered appliance at enterprise Hadoop users
Google, Microsoft clouds now cover MongoDB
Microsoft cuts OneDrive prices, increases capacity
Hadoop analysis now tackling IoT to improve transit
France: baromètre PAC CloudIndex juin 2014.
Amazon's Fire smartphone is more a retail device than a phone
Oracle claims second-largest SaaS vendor title, while Q4 profits slip
Google's Go language on the rise, but Dart is stalling
15 conseils pour augmenter les ventes de votre site e-commerce
Wireless data traffic more than doubled in US in 2013
CA gets into cloud management of IT services
Vodafone, Huawei link LTE and GSM networks
Salesforce takes a shot at Zendesk, Freshdesk with Desk.com upgrade
France: Solocal Group prend le contrôle intégral de Leadformance
Box buys cloud storage startup for streaming technology
Docker containers to take a bite out of virtualisation market, says Forrester
Cloud hybride: OVH intègre la technologie vRack
Google plunges in to Docker management
Mobile app data collection poses risks for enterprises, Gartner says
Mozilla's $25 Firefox OS phones look to score in India
Alibaba buys mobile browser firm UCWeb, gains 500 million users
Mirantis and IBM offer bare-metal hosted OpenStack-as-a-service

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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.

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Nobeysco has two complementary activities:

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  • 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.

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AWS rolls out enterprise document storage and sharing

Amazon Web Services is offering a new document sharing service with management and security features designed to appeal to businesses. Werner Vogels, Amazon chief technology officer, introduced the service, called Zocalo, at the AWS Summit, Thursday in New York City.

IBM rethinking decades-old computer design with $3 billion investment

IBM will pour $3 billion into computing and chip materials research over the next five years as it rethinks computer design and looks to a future that may not involve silicon chips. The computer design initiative could pave the way for functional quantum and cognitive computers that mimic brain functionality.

Office 365 SMB editions to get a makeover

Microsoft will revamp its Office 365 lineup for small and midsize businesses (SMBs), adding features, dropping prices and increasing the flexibility to mix and match them with Office 365 plans for enterprises and with stand-alone applications.

The changes are the result of feedback from partners and existing Office 365 customers, and are intended to make the Office 365 application suite more attractive to SMBs and easier to market for channel resellers, Microsoft said on Wednesday.

Microsoft debuts cloud storage service for enterprises

Enterprises looking to cut costs of storing data can soon investigate a new service from Microsoft designed to save money by backing up information in the cloud. The service is available for a new set of storage appliances that the company will start selling Aug. 1.

US: Python bumps off Java as top learning language

Python has surpassed Java as the top language used to introduce U.S. students to programming and computer science, according to a recent survey posted by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).

Eight of the top 10 computer science departments now use Python to teach coding, as well as 27 of the top 39 schools, indicating that it is the most popular language for teaching introductory computer science courses, according to Philip Guo, a computer science researcher who compiled the survey for ACM.

With Passport phone, BlackBerry says it's hip to be square

The struggling smartphone maker offers up its reasons for providing a square-screened phone in a rectangular world.

IDC: Apps will drive public cloud spending to sustained double-digit growth

Global spending on public cloud services reached US$45.7 billion in 2013 and will experience a 23 percent compound annual growth rate through 2018, according to analyst firm IDC.

Some 86 percent of the 2013 total came from cloud software, which encompasses both SaaS (software as a service) applications and PaaS (platform as a service) offerings, with the remaining 14 percent generated by cloud infrastructure, IDC said Monday.

Microsoft's Windows to aid PC market revival in 2015

Microsoft's Windows OS could play a crucial rule in returning worldwide PC shipments to modest growth next year after multiple years of decline, Gartner said on Monday.

PC shipments could reach around 317 million in 2015, increasing from 308 million units expected to ship in 2014, the research firm said in a study. Shipments this year are expected to decline by 2.9 percent compared to 2013, which is lower than previous yearly declines.

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