Microsoft wins 25,000-employee Office 365 contract with the EPA (Lockheed Martin will manage)
Microsoft wins 25,000-employee Office 365 contract with the EPA (Lockheed Martin will manage)
                                       

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New Here's another good sign that a key part of Microsoft's cloud-software strategy, Office 365, is a hit with enterprises. The company just signed a $9.8 million, four-year contract with the Environmental Protection Agency. At the agency, 25,000 employees will now use Office 365, Microsoft's answer to Google Apps. Office 365 if...
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www.electronista.com
Unlikely allies AMD and Intel have been joined by Honeywell, Lockheed Martin, and RSA to form the Cyber Security Research Alliance, a private, non-profit research consortium. The tech giant think tank has been formed to address the growing need for collaborative efforts to address complex problems in cyber security. Priority...
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www.engadget.com
Sure, it's not the first elite cybercrime-fighting team we've heard of, it's also not everyday you hear the likes of Intel, Lockheed Martin and AMD buddying up on research. The companies are looking to address the "complex problems" in cyber security, with the private, non-profit group (which also includes...
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Iran shows off long-range, armed, Predator-lookalike drone

arstechnica.com
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