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Here's Why It Doesn't Matter That Microsoft's Tablet Won't Have 4G (MSFT)

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Microsoft's new tablet will start off as WiFi only, according to a new report from Bloomberg, which might make it less desirable to some consumers, but it shouldn't have much impact on Microsoft's key audience: businesses. Only about 15% of tablet shipments last year went to businesses, and most of...
Here's Why It Doesn't Matter That Microsoft's Tablet Won't Have 4G (MSFT)

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Samsung eyes enterprise with SAFE-branded Galaxy S III

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Samsung on Monday announced that its upcoming Galaxy S III will be the company’s first SAFE (Samsung Approved for Business)-branded smartphone. The new branding indicates that a Samsung device includes a host of features that optimize it for use in a business environment. Among the enterprise-focused features mentioned by Samsung...
Samsung eyes enterprise with SAFE-branded Galaxy S III

Windows 8 won't hit critical mass in enterprises, Forrester says

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Windows 8, the most significant upgrade to Microsoft's operating system since Windows 95 and one of the most important products in the company's history, will not achieve enough adoption in enterprises to be considered a standard, according to Forrester Research.By the time the next major Windows upgrade is released,...
Windows 8 won't hit critical mass in enterprises, Forrester says

Goldman: LinkedIn's Growth Metrics Are On Fire, And It's Crushing The Competition (LNKD)

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Heath Terry at Goldman Sachs has slapped a BUY rating on LinkedIn, an upgrade from the firm's previous 'neutral' rating. It's raising its price target to $135/share, saying the stock offers 47% upside? Why the optimism on LinkedIn? Here are some key bullet points from the report: Goldman's own...
Goldman: LinkedIn's Growth Metrics Are On Fire, And It's Crushing The Competition (LNKD)

EMC further embraces in-server flash storage with more memory cards

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Just a day after Violin Memory announced a new line of PCI-Express flash memory cards to provide quick-to-access storage inside servers, EMC said Tuesday it will offer new PCIe cards of its own. EMC’s new XtremSF PCIe cards come in a few sizes. Enterprise multi-level-cell models with 550GB and a...
EMC further embraces in-server flash storage with more memory cards

Hadoop vs. EDWs: trends in enterprise adoption

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There is an interesting clash of perspectives occurring in the enterprise market between the Hadoop newcomers and the old-school data warehousing providers. The latter are attempting to paint Hadoop into a corner, narrowing its usefulness to a limited set of functionality, while at the other end, the Hadoop providers are...
Hadoop vs. EDWs: trends in enterprise adoption

This week at Microsoft: SkyDrive, the Surface Pro, and Wine

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Happy Friday dear friends, I do trust you are ready for the weekend’s imminent arrival. As a note, Mary Jo Foley and myself were the first guests of the Redmond Post’s new podcast today. The Redmond Post, previously Zunited, is a relaunched site with the same guys you might have...
This week at Microsoft: SkyDrive, the Surface Pro, and Wine

This Is Why Your Company Won't Ditch Microsoft For Apple (APPL)

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Apple still really hasn't figured out how to make it big in the enterprise—even though it's having a lot of accidental luck there as employees bring in their own iPhones, iPads and Macs. But it doesn't care about this hot trend called "BYOD," or Bring Your Own Device, that's upending...
This Is Why Your Company Won't Ditch Microsoft For Apple (APPL)

Open-source Drupal software startup Acquia bags $30m to fuel expansion in Europe and Asia

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Acquia, the Burlington, Massachusetts-based software company co-founded by open-source CMS Drupal creator Dries Buytaert, has raised $30 million in new funding to boost enterprise adoption of the social publishing system, primarily across Europe and Asia Pacific. Led by new backer Growth Capital with participation from Goldman Sachs, Accolade Partners, North...
Open-source Drupal software startup Acquia bags $30m to fuel expansion in Europe and Asia

The AppGap» YoolinkPro Provides a Useful Combination of Social Media Features Designed for Enterprise Adoption - Web apps for work; reviews + commentary; Work 2.0, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0

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The AppGap» YoolinkPro Provides a Useful Combination of Social Media Features Designed for Enterprise Adoption - Web apps for work; reviews + commentary; Work 2.0, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0

New Relic sees revenue boost, enterprise growth and mobile-monitoring interest

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The application-performance management (APM) world has seen lots of action lately. Providers such as AppDynamics, AppNeta and New Relic have taken on hefty lots of venture funding this year. That’s why it’s no surprise that New Relic — honing in on a public offering as soon as next year, CEO...
New Relic sees revenue boost, enterprise growth and mobile-monitoring interest

GMail Contextual Gadgets Are Cool, But Apps Script Could Be Huge

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With Google in conference mode, that means one major thing, lots of product announcements. Several blogs have reported on the email contextual gadgets for Google Apps. Third party developers can now built GMail contextual gadgets and have them available in the Google Apps Marketplace. In the announcement, they listed several...
GMail Contextual Gadgets Are Cool, But Apps Script Could Be Huge

Unlocking the pricing complexity of cloud

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Cloud computing is no longer a sandbox for test and development. Enterprises want to move mission-critical workloads to the cloud like Microsoft and SAP have done. In doing so, they are looking for consumption-based pricing for different workloads, security and compliance guarantees, and deep QoS and metrics around application performance...
Unlocking the pricing complexity of cloud

Considerations for rolling out an NoSQL strategy in the enterprise

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The information-processing demands of many of today’s businesses have long outgrown legacy RDBMS software from Oracle, IBM, Sybase, Microsoft SQL Server and MySQL. In many cases DBAs are still stitching these systems together, adding another table and another join until eventually they hit a wall and realize relational databases were...
Considerations for rolling out an NoSQL strategy in the enterprise
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Stalking Shadow IT: Amazon Assembles An Enterprise Cloud Army

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If you're like most enterprise IT professionals, you have serious concerns about cloud computing. According to a new Lieberman Software 2012 Cloud Security Survey, sponsored by the Cloud Security Alliance, 88% of the 300 IT professionals surveyed believe that some of their data hosted in the cloud could be lost, corrupted...
Stalking Shadow IT: Amazon Assembles An Enterprise Cloud Army

Massive iPhone Security Issue Could Endanger Enterprise Adoption

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Content stored on an iPhone 3GS with passcode protection can be accessed without the passcode simply by attaching the device to a PC or Mac. This flaw was discovered by Bernd Marienfeld, an information security professional and blogger, last week. Recently, the enterprise has seen a steep increase in the...
Massive iPhone Security Issue Could Endanger Enterprise Adoption

Tim Cook: Apple focusing more on iPad for enterprise

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Pretty chipper news all over for Apple shareholders during today's earnings call. Head honcho Tim Cook even took the time to highlight some sunny numbers for the iPad over on the enterprise side of things. According to the CEO, 94 percent of Fortune 500 companies have deployed or are...
Tim Cook: Apple focusing more on iPad for enterprise

Slideshark adds new tools for enterprise adoption of iPads

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Waltham, MA based Brainshark will announce today that the company has updated their signature Slideshark service for iPad, providing even more tools for enterprise use of iPads. The announcement comes just a week after Google announced its acquisition of Quickoffice, demonstrating the acceleration of two trends: consumerization of technology in...
Slideshark adds new tools for enterprise adoption of iPads

Hadoop vs. EDWs: trends in enterprise adoption

gigaom.com
There is an interesting clash of perspectives occurring in the enterprise market between the Hadoop newcomers and the old-school data-warehousing providers. The latter are attempting to paint Hadoop into a corner, narrowing its usefulness to a limited set of functionality, while at the other end, the Hadoop providers are expanding...
Hadoop vs. EDWs: trends in enterprise adoption

Violin Memory adds PCIe products, making flash memory still hotter

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The flash-storage world keeps getting hotter. Ahead of its expected IPO, Violin Memory, which already offers flash memory arrays, is adding solid-state PCI-Express cards for servers to its lineup. As the company branches out with four PCIe cards, with memory capacity ranging from 1.37 terabytes to 11 terabytes, it will...
Violin Memory adds PCIe products, making flash memory still hotter

Sensopia Raises $1.2 Million Series A For "Magical" Floor Plan Capturing Application, MagicPlan

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Sensopia, a company which actually uncovered a practical application for augmented reality, has raised a $1.2 million Series A round for its floor plan capturing application called “MagicPlan.” The app allows users to hold up their phone and then scan the dimensions of the room around them in order to...
Sensopia Raises $1.2 Million Series A For "Magical" Floor Plan Capturing Application, MagicPlan

With hundreds of customers, Asana now seeks enterprise adoption

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Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and Google and Facebook veteran Justin Rosenstein founded the collaboration- and productivity-focused Asana in 2009. It released a free version for teams of up to 30 in 2011, and premium versions followed in April 2012. Now the company is adding features to appeal to larger businesses...
With hundreds of customers, Asana now seeks enterprise adoption

Box’s Aaron Levie: The recession helped enterprise cloud adoption

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Aaron Levie, CEO and co-founder of Box. (c) 2012 Pinar Ozger. pinar@pinarozger.com While the use of cloud technology to manage big data on the enterprise level now seems hugely popular, this technology benefitted greatly from the recession-era changes in thinking toward the cloud as a whole, said Aaron Levie, co-founder and...
Box’s Aaron Levie: The recession helped enterprise cloud adoption
How my 10 cloud predictions for 2012 panned out

THE MICROSOFT INVESTOR: Dumbed Down Office Suite On Surface Tablets May Hurt Enterprise Adoption (MSFT)

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The Microsoft Investor is a daily report from SAI. Sign up here to receive it by email. MSFT Rising With Tech   Markets are wavering as China's slowdown is staggeringly bad despite sinking initial jobless claims. Shares of MSFT are up with tech. Catalysts for the stock include the BUILD developer...
THE MICROSOFT INVESTOR: Dumbed Down Office Suite On Surface Tablets May Hurt Enterprise Adoption (MSFT)

Hortonworks takes $50M to arm itself for the Hadoop commercialization wars

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Hortonworks, one of a handful of companies pushing its own distributions of Hadoop, has received $50 million in new funding, according to a company blog post from CEO Rob Bearden. Tenaya Capital and Dragoneer Investment Group led the round, and previous investors Benchmark Capital, Index Ventures and Yahoo also contributed....
Hortonworks takes $50M to arm itself for the Hadoop commercialization wars

Apple's Retina display iPad driving enterprise adoption

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Since the launch of the third-generation iPad with Retina display in March, Apple has seen adoption amongst business users increase significantly, according to a new study....
Apple's Retina display iPad driving enterprise adoption
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