Concur Says Starbucks Is No. 1 in World for Business Meetings

Travel expense cloud provider claims that its new TripLink cloud service has tripled its customer base in less than a year.

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IBM Aims to Give New Generation of Programmers a Career Edge

Demand is growing for a new generation of enterprise computing professionals armed with the expertise to address the mobile, big data and analytics trends. One way to prepare the next generation of computing pros is to train programmers to work with the mainframe. IBM's mainframes have long served as the core hub by major businesses... More >

Verizon Tracking Supercookies Can Now Be Better Evaded by Customers

Verizon's supercookie mobile ad tracking program was bashed by critics earlier this year, but now Verizon has expanded the procedures that customers can use to stop being tracked.

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Surface 3 Tablet Delivers Features for Home, Office, Classroom

While there has been some talk of Microsoft eventually leaving the tablet market to renew its focus on software and services, it appears now that the company is determined to make its Surface tablet line a success. On March 31, Microsoft unveiled a new tablet, called the Surface 3. The tablet is designed to replace the lower-end... More >

Cisco Buying Embrane to Boost Network Services Expertise

The acquisition of the 5-year-old startup will give Cisco and its ACI efforts greater traction in the higher levels of the SDN stack.

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IBM Nabs Cloud, Big Data, IoT Deal With The Weather Company

IBM announced it has struck a partnership with The Weather Company to integrate its cloud, analytics and IoT technology with weather data services.

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Apple Watch Buyers Should Expect Carefully Guided Shopping Experiences

Apple is creating special procedures in its stores, and customers will have just a few minutes to look over the Apple Watch before deciding what to buy. 

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Microsoft's Project Spartan Browser Now Available for Testing

Users can finally take Microsoft's new Web browser for a spin as part of the latest Windows 10 Technical Preview and catch a glimpse of life after IE.

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Firefox 37 Debuts With Opportunistic Encryption, Security Fixes

In addition to security patches, Mozilla's latest open-source browser release includes a new feedback feature to help users share their views on Firefox.

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Enterprise Tech Videos


Samsung Galaxy S6 will be available to Boost Mobile users April 10; there's a very high chance ex-HP CEO Carly Fiorina will run for president; and there's more.

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Ex-Polycom CEO Spent $200,000 for Personal Expenses: SEC

Regulators claim Andrew Miller falsified expense accounts to hide trips, meals, gifts and other perks he paid for with corporate funds.

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Microsoft Announces Visual Studio 2015 Product Line

Microsoft said Visual Studio 2015 will ship this summer with a new enterprise SKU aimed at easing app development and DevOps in the enterprise.

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Cray, SGI Ink Supercomputer Deals With Energy Companies

Cray will bring a 5-petaflop system to oil-and-gas company PGS, while SGI will upgrade Total's ICE X Pangea supercomputer.

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