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Salesforce's Desk.com steps up its global focus

Targeting SMBs, the customer-support app now speaks more than 50 languages read more »

Tube lines run true with linear asset management

London's public transit system aims to keep trains on time with a little known form of asset management read more »

Google pushes Android devices into the enterprise

Google boosts containerisation on the Android platform read more »

What's a consumer Office 365 subscription worth to Microsoft?

As Microsoft has added more consumer subscribers to the rolls of Office 365, the amount of revenue per subscriber has fallen. read more »

Carmakers should be wary of deploying Apple’s CarPlay

Giving Apple your infotainment system contract will mean waving goodbye to insightful customer data, says rival read more »

Google wants to manage your work email with Inbox

Google is moving ahead with plans to roll out Inbox for Google Apps so people in the workplace can use it to manage email. read more »

Yahoo courts developers at its first mobile conference

Attendees at Yahoo's mobile developer conference had good things to say about its new tools read more »

Salesforce brings more analytics power to mobile business users

Three new features aim to help make business-intelligence capabilities more accessible read more »

New SAP cloud app targets finance professionals

Built on Hana, this application aims to give CFOs and other planners a consumer-like experience read more »

Facebook benefits from formalising management of open source

Facebook is now contributing more to external open source projects and keeping closer tabs on its own open source efforts read more »

Yahoo to show mobile is critical part of its revival

The company holds its first-ever mobile developer conference this week read more »

Google relaxes Project Zero bug disclosure rules after Microsoft grievances

Google promises additional14-day grace period if vendors promised to fix a flaw read more »

Pwn2Own hacking contest shrinks exploit prize pool

Hewlett-Packard's Zero Day Initiative today outlined the rules for its annual hacking contest, Pwn2Own, which will run March 18-19 with $465,000 in prize money. read more »

Ofcom gives go-ahead for white space broadband

Gaps in TV spectrum will boost wireless infrastructure and support future ‘Internet of Things’ networks read more »

Hitachi buys Pentaho to boost its IoT business

Pentaho's software will provide data analysis in IoT systems Hitachi Data Systems plans to build for vertical industries read more »

Microsoft, IBM back foundation for Node.js Web runtime platform

Joyent sponsored foundation aims for vendor neutral governance for the open-source software read more »

Microsoft fixes IE memory problems on Patch Tuesday

Windows and Office also got patches this month read more »

Linux Foundation security group focusses on key projects to prevent next Heartbleed

With open source vital to so much of the online economy the Core Infrastructure Initiative must prioritise read more »

Online travel agency Priceline hit with IBM patent writs

Priceline Group and subsidiaries Booking.com, Kayak and others in the frame read more »

Microsoft products face increased out-of-band patching, predicts Tripwire

Patch life read more »


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