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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
Dépenses Cloud: progression de plus de 18% en 2014.
Capgemini to expand in North America with $4B acquisition of iGate
VoLTE not the only mobile VoIP option
Dell ready to help enterprises move Jive content into Yammer
Facebook's Messenger adds video chat
2015 PC Sales
US mobile ad revenue spikes.
Amazon reveals that its AWS cloud service is a $5 billion business
Alcatel-Lucent Launches New Rapport Software Platform for Enterprise, Service Providers
France: la timidité des PME vis à vis du Cloud.
Peugeot to analyse its driver's data to create new services with IBM
VMware bestows new container powers upon vSphere/vCloud
Vonage CEO Speaks Out on SMB UCaaS Trends
Who’s behind Linux now, and should you be afraid?
WebRTC: Off and Running
Turing manuscript sells for $1 million
France: la facture électronique bientôt imposée aux fournisseurs de l’Etat
Apple partners with IBM on new health data analysis
Google France a dix ans : opérations séduction auprès des start-up, des PME et des associations.
2015 smartphone sales
Global IT spending shrinks as dollar strengthens
Amazon targets network file storage in the cloud at enterprises
Facebook's future could include app consolidation
Microsoft closes acquisition of R software and services provider
Deloitte, Tendances IT 2015 : les entreprises au carrefour du numérique
Tata Communications seeing significant demand growth for hosted UC services
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise offers new mobility, video features- and some new phones
France. Les TPE/PME utilisent de manière disparate les outils numériques disponibles.
Facebook new video app gives you a new way to Riff with friends
joyn : Orange veut réinventer le SMS face à la messagerie instantanée
France: les budgets "Cloud" des entreprises fluctuent.
Google gives enterprise IT more control over Apps files and docs
Internet of Things connections to quadruple by 2020

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BlackBerry posts quarterly profit

The struggling smartphone manufacturer posted a surprise profit on Friday for the second quarter in a row, eking out gains thanks to a massive cost-cutting effort and an adjustment to the value of its investment in a broad patent portfolio.

For its fiscal fourth quarter, which ended February 28, BlackBerry posted earnings excluding certain items of 4 cents a share, compared with Wall Street's forecast of a loss of 4 cents a share. BlackBerry shares rose 3.2 percent to $9.60 in premarket trading Friday.

Database pioneer Stonebraker rocks $1M “Nobel Prize in Computing”

Michael Stonebraker, whose database software breakthroughs helped to tame information overload long before we referred to it as big data, is the recipient of the 2014 ACM A.M. Turing Award, a.k.a. the “Nobel Prize in Computing.”


Microsoft et Fiducial insèrent la tablette Surface dans un pack TPE-PME

Mobilité, cloud (Office 365) et tablette (Surface Pro 3). Tels sont les piliers d’une nouvelle offre packagée par Fiducial Informatique. Microsoft élargit ainsi ses canaux de distribution BtoB.

Facebook pushes Messenger as future of business communication

Facebook is positioning its Messenger app as a way to improve communications between online businesses and their customers.

Amazon fluffs up its cloud services for consumers

Amazon is bolstering its cloud-storage services to consumers, on Thursday rolling out two new unlimited packages that let users stow away either just photos or every kind of file.

Workplace-as-a-Service from Sprint

Sprint announced its Workplace-as-a-Service offer. Sprint will design and manage core communication and key productivity tools, including integration and implementation, service level agreements, and a single source for support.

Service options include WAN connectivity, managed Wi-Fi, voice, audio/video conferencing, mobile device management, and more. Workplace-as-a-Service comes with the option to allow each user to keep wireless service with another provider or to move to Sprint wireless service.

Vonage Grows UcaaS

Vonage has agreed to acquire Simple Signal, a Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) provider targeting small and medium businesses (SMBs), for a purchase price of $25.25 million. Simple Signal offers a broad range of voice, video, mobile and app services via the BroadSoft's BroadWorks platform-- that same platform used by Vonage.

Cyanogen raises $80 million with help from Twitter

Cyanogen, the software maker building an Android-based operating system to take on Google, has raised a boatload of cash from some well-known sources.

Microsoft to preinstall more apps on Android with partnerships

Office apps like Microsoft Word will come already downloaded on some Android tablets from Dell, Samsung and other device makers. Microsoft just sharpened its software sword against Google on the search giant's own platform.

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