Software as a Service
Avec sa solution éponyme de contrôle de bureaux distants et de réunions en ligne, TeamViewer veut renforcer sa présence sur le marché des entreprises.
Pour s’opposer plus tangiblement à LogMeIn, l’une des références en la matière, l’éditeur allemand s’ouvre aux nouveaux systèmes d’exploitation (Windows 8, Mac OS X Mountain Lion, Android « Jelly Bean », etc.) et enrichit son offre Premium.
Google will start charging small businesses to use its Google Apps productivity suite as the company mines previously free services for new revenue streams. Businesses with 10 or fewer employees will now be charged $50 a year -- the same rate paid by larger businesses to use the Web-based tools, which include e-mail, word processor, spreadsheet and presentation graphics tools.
The move will allow the Web giant to focus on the quality of the business user's experience, Google explained today in a company blog post.
Two thirds of Evernote users already use the online notes service for work, mostly unofficially. Now the company is trying to get IT departments to embrace -- and pay for it.
In an attempt to bridge from individual users to corporate accounts, Evernote has launched version of its cloud-based document repository for business customers.
Alcatel-Lucent s’est figuré la montée en puissance du support vidéo comme moyen de communication et d’information en milieu professionnel. Via sa branche Entreprises, le groupe télécoms inaugure son OpenTouch Video Store (OTVS).
Ipanema Technologies, the France-based maker of WAN optimization gear, announced Monday that it would integrate that technology into the company's AppsWork product, which is designed for use by small businesses.
In partnership with distributor Ingram Micro, Ipanema will offer ostensibly hassle-free WAN optimization through AppsWork, a cloud service that provides a range of other network performance enhancements on demand.
Nearly three quarters of enterprises in Europe are planning to increase spending on software-as-a-service (SaaS) over the next two years, as adoption of cloud-based solutions gathers pace across the globe.
According to an new survey by Gartner, investments in SaaS are expected to increase across all regions. Seventy-seven percent of respondents expected to increase spending on SaaS, while 17 percent plan to keep spending the same.
Le service français de livraison de colis express Chronopost International a choisi de faire appel aux solutions collaboratives en ligne Google Apps for Business. Ces services cloud de la firme de Mountain View sont aujourd’hui utilisés par plus de 5 millions d’entreprises dans le monde.
The 5-year-old cloud storage company marks its milestone with a gigabyte giveaway. Cloud storage company Dropbox has reached 100 million users, and to celebrate it's giving away gigabytes.
"Once upon a time, Dropbox had its humble beginnings in a Boston train station when I forgot my USB stick at home," he wrote. "We're still unsure if it was fate or fluke, but one thing's stayed the same all these years: each of us has a unique reason for using Dropbox."
Seeking to beef up its products and services for small and midsize businesses, AT&T announced that it will offer Microsoft Office 365 as a cloud-based service.
AT&T is making the SaaS (software as a service) available for its 300,000 small-business customers, providing mobile and desktop access to popular Microsoft programs like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and the Lync instant messaging platform.
Cisco has named a former Symantec executive to head its struggling collaboration group, which saw three different leaders in less than a year.
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