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JOB OF THE WEEK: Enterprise Technology Analyst

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Check out the Business Insider Jobs section >> As part of our new partnership with SimplyHired.com, each week we'll feature one of the awesome jobs advertised on the Business Insider jobs board. Enterprise Technology Analyst Orange Silicon Valley San Francisco, CA Why it’s cool: Orange is one of the ten largest telecommunications...
JOB OF THE WEEK: Enterprise Technology Analyst

Microsoft's Surface Tablet Is Already On Backorder (MSFT)

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Even though Microsoft's Surface tablet won't be officially available until Friday, Microsoft's online store has already run out. Microsoft's online store says the Surface model running the special, tablet-optimized Windows RT operating system, which sells for $499 to $699, is on backorder, reports Gregg Keizer at Computerworld. Depending on the...
Microsoft's Surface Tablet Is Already On Backorder (MSFT)

Google launches Mobile App Analytics along with Analytics App for Android, creates endless loop

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Google has given a boost to those who obsess over the minutia of their sites (and apps) with two new analytics offerings dedicated to the mobile side of things. App vendors will be able to see potential buyers stampeding to their wares (or not) with Mobile App Analytics, showing...
Google launches Mobile App Analytics along with Analytics App for Android, creates endless loop

Samsung reportedly acquiring cloud-based service mSpot to power its “Music Hub”

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According to reports by Marketwatch and Musically, Samsung is in the final stages of acquiring cloud-based music service mSpot for somewhere in the neighborhood of $8.8M. The service could be what’s powering Samsung’s Music Hub service, announced along with the new Galaxy S III phone. The service will cost consumers...
Samsung reportedly acquiring cloud-based service mSpot to power its “Music Hub”

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (AOL, AAPL, GOOG, IBM, YHOO, EBAY)

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Good morning! News:  Why did a top executive quit AppNexus, and why are others looking to leave? AOL has re-launched its Webmail product, calling it Alto. Facebook stock went up yesterday, thanks to a positive report about its mobile ad business. Reports say IBM will buy Israeli software firm Red...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (AOL, AAPL, GOOG, IBM, YHOO, EBAY)

InfoArmy mobilizes the crowd to build business intelligence reports

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Jim Fowler demonstrated the power of crowd-sourcing data with his company Jigsaw, which gathered contact information and was eventually sold to Salesforce for $175 million in 2010. Now, Fowler is back and he’s applying a crowd-sourced model to competitive intelligence, using a team of freelance researchers to build business reports...
InfoArmy mobilizes the crowd to build business intelligence reports
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