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CarData gives BMW customers the ability to share telematics data from their vehicles with third parties of their choice, which could be a local repair shop, parts distributor or insurance company.
The whole idea is to bring to users secure access to all files stored in Box with the familiar feel of traditional network-shared drives.
Files stored exclusively on Microsoft's cloud still show up in File Explorer using the OneDrive Files On-Demand feature.
LogMeIn has mainly been known a provider of remote computer and file access tools since it was founded in 2003. But now the company has introduced a cloud CRM application called Bold360
The new U.S.-East cloud-service region will provide users with added workload redundancy, data durability and resiliency, and it will provide additional options for disaster recovery.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Over the course of a few months, the ride-sharing giant finds the wheels coming off as it faces criminal investigations, lawsuits, executive departures and mass firings.
Now appears to be a pretty opportune time to enter the internet streaming business, right at the beginning of a new age of internet-based mobile entertainment.
Business is now all about the “customer experience.” Artificial intelligence is the main ingredient for making this happen on a mainstream basis; let's chat about this huge trend on June 14.
Verizon Plans to Merge Yahoo's Web properties with its AOL unit in quest of a bigger share of mobile advertising revenue.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Cloud customers are dealing with confusion over cloud computing costs and the complexity of the services they are paying for. Some are finding cloud-based applications can get very expensive as demand spikes for certain services.
Docs.com, Microsoft's public online repository for Office files, will shut down later this year. LinkedIn's SlideShare service will pick up the slack.
Apple is counting on the HomePod to be a hot seller when it's released in December in time for the holiday shopping season. But the Amazon Echo and Google Home have a long head start to define the smart home assistant market.