How Facebook Is Building a Collaboration Platform for Enterprises

Facebook, the social network that has long been the Website where people post updates and photos about their vacations, parties and latest culinary creations, has spent the past several months working on ways to appeal more to businesses. Of course, businesses of all sizes have used Facebook as the headquarters for their social... More >

Ex-HP CEO Fiorina: Very High Chance She Will Run for President

On a Sunday talk show, Carly Fiorina said there is a "higher than 90 percent" chance she will jump into what looks to be a crowded GOP field for 2016.

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Big Data Hyped, but Not Deployed by Businesses

The survey indicated even with the significant amount of discussion of alternative big data platforms, data warehousing investment continues to grow.

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Verint Updates Customer Engagement Optimization Suite

In addition to the next-generation user experience, advances in analytics run throughout, including an updated speech analytics capability.

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Data Protection Efforts Still Lag Among Consumers

One out of three consumers are protecting their entire computer system; the rest are simply protecting some files.

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Facebook Readying to Become the Newsboy of 21st Century

NEWS ANALYSIS: Pending content deals with The New York Times and other trusted news providers could help revive the legitimate journalism business.

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Microsoft Launches Azure for Student Developers

Microsoft's new program provides students with free access to the company's Azure cloud platform, along with tooling and other support.

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How Donuts Is Playing a Big Role in the New gTLD Era

With $100 million in VC funding and well over 100 new top-level domain names, Donuts has emerged to become the pre-eminent vendor in the new era of Internet domains.

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Law-Enforcement Requests for Microsoft Data Drop in 2014

While the number of requests is down since last year, Microsoft renewed its call for more transparency in government efforts to obtain customer data.

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Intelligent Process Automation Software Unlocks Business Value

About half the senior execs participating in a recent survey expect automation to significantly improve their business processes within three to five years.

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Intel Negotiating to Buy Altera: Reports

Intel could spend as much as $10.4 billion for the chip maker, which represents its largest acquisition since buying McAfee for $7.7 billion.

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BlackBerry Looks to Software, IoT After Profitable Q4

Banking on its growing enterprise software and Internet of things business units, the struggling smartphone maker managed to eke out a profit.

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