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PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 21, 2014
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...it already hosts more than 35 billion Office documents on its cloud-based storage service. It also claimed it serves more than 80,000 Dropbox for Business users, many of whom use Microsofts Office suite. By partnering with Microsoft Dropbox said its users would be able to increase productivity. It added that the first updates the two companies would deliver would focus ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 20, 2014
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...insights into how these solutions or used, or if they are used. Dell said its UC Command Suite is the market’s only solution to offer both analytics and diagnostics across Microsofts Exchange and Lync platforms. According to the Dell’s research on Microsoft Lync adoption and challenges, organizations that have adopted Lync cannot easily report on savings and ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 19, 2014
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...prove embarrassing or worse if, for example, you regularly tweeted snarky comments about Bill Gates years ago when you worked as an Apple "Genius," but now find yourself managing a Microsoft Store. Twitter is now allowing you to search for old tweets you regret -- and delete them. However, if you've been using Twitter for a few ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 19, 2014
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...be included in future updates of the Sailfish OS. But will that be enough to make it more than just a fringe product? "It's hard enough for Microsoft and Amazon to make money in the tablet space and Jolla will simply not have the developer support or scale to make a meaningful dent in the market," said ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 19, 2014
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...World Health Organization on specific procedures and locations. Besides helping Ebola patients now, plasma "could be a tool for a future epidemic as well" from different viruses, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said in an interview with The Associated Press. "You might not have drugs and vaccines for some new thing" and it would be ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 19, 2014
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...our lab to 1,000 devices, with some full synchronization events finishing in less than one minute." BitTorrent is taking a direct shot at Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive with Sync Pro, which comes at a price tag of $39.99 a year compared with $83.99 a year or more with competing services. ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 19, 2014
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...Facebook has announced the launch of Facebook Groups, a new standalone app specifically aimed at helping teams collaborate on projects. The announcement follows moves by both Microsoft and Evernote to make their platforms more attractive to enterprise clients looking for better ways to manage communications between team members. Facebook said the Groups ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 19, 2014
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Redmond has released a critical out-of-band (OOB) patch to fix a vulnerability in a few versions of Windows and Windows Server. Additionally, as a preventive measure, Microsoft is issuing a patch for Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 machines. The MS14-068 bulletin addresses a crypto failure within Microsofts Kerberos key ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 18, 2014
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...arm,” Greengart said. “Nokia understands that one of its assets is the brand and they are seeing what they can do with it.” Competing With Microsoft So is Nokia competing against Microsoft in the tablet market? Sort of. But Greengart is quick to note that the Nokia that’s licensing its ...
PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 18, 2014
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Once considered a quantum leap in office productivity and efficiency, e-mail is now more often viewed as a millstone around employees' necks that wastes their time and clutters their lives. ...
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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
Using Internet-connected devices without strong passwords is inherently risky, as illustrated by reports that a Russian Web site is showing live footage from thousands of people's webcams.

ENTERPRISE HARDWARE SPOTLIGHT
Doctor Who had K-9, the robot dog that accompanied him on adventures through space. Now, Mountain View has K5, a 5-foot-tall, 300-pound robot security guard patrolling in the Bay Area.

MOBILE TECHNOLOGY SPOTLIGHT
To better its customer service, Comcast is pulling out at least some of the stops. The cable giant has launched an app so you can track the cable guy in real time. It's designed to ease customer frustration.

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