SAP, Serious About the Cloud, Buys Concur for $8.3 Billion

Concur, founded in 1993, currently serves more than 23,000 enterprise customers and 25 million active users in 150 countries.

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AT&T Spins Up Network on Demand Service

Business customers will be able to provision services and change network bandwidth via an online self-service portal.

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CloudFlare's Keyless SSL Takes New Approach to Cloud Security

Instead of requiring the cloud to hold an enterprise's private encryption key, the cloud security vendor has built a new approach.

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Ellison Steps Down as Oracle CEO, but Management Team Stays

The all-purpose IT vendor reported that its fiscal 2015 Q1 total revenues were up 3 percent; net income was unchanged at $2.2 billion over Q1 2014.

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Amazon Unveils New Kindles, Fire HD Devices, Fire OS 4

Amazon's two new Kindle e-readers and four new Fire HD tablets have plenty of new features and capabilities. The company also unveiled the Fire HD Kids Edition.

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Microsoft's Modern.IE Picks Up a Vagrant

Microsoft updates the Web developer resource kit to improve support for more third-party tools and platforms Vagrant and Parallels.

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Logitech Wants Universal Home Platform to Become Standard

Logitech's Home Hub, the central controller, turns any smartphone or tablet into a universal remote for connected home devices.

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Two-Factor Authentication Makes Your Scandalous Selfies Safe on iCloud

NEWS ANALYSIS: You're now free to store your files and indiscreet photos in iCloud securely, provided you remember to turn on two-factor authentication.

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Rackspace Says It's Not for Sale, Despite Obstacles

NEWS ANALYSIS: Rackspace names a new CEO, as the OpenStack cloud founder chooses not to sell after evaluating its strategic options.

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Microsoft Updates Its 3D Printing App

The major update features a user-interface revamp, new model manipulation tools and support for 3D Systems' cloud printing service.

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Cloudian Joins Hot Market With New Storage Appliances

HyperStore appliances are designed to deploy full-featured, highly scalable Amazon S3-compliant storage to go with on-site storage.

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Infor Releases CloudSuite Healthcare on AWS

CloudSuite Healthcare provides care delivery organizations with capabilities including managing complex clinician pay plans.

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