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Dell falls short on Q4 earnings: $16 billion in revenue, only $931 profits

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Q4 of fiscal year 2012 was another rough one for Dell. The company fell short of expectations yet again, netting less than a billion dollars in operating income on revenues of $16 billion. The one bright spot is enterprise services, which had another record quarter, accounting for 30 percent of...
Dell falls short on Q4 earnings: $16 billion in revenue, only $931 profits

McAfee to acquire firewall maker Stonesoft

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McAfee plans to acquire Stonesoft, a Helsinki-based maker of firewalls, for US$389 million in cash, the companies said Monday.The Intel subsidiary said firewalls are one of the fastest growing products in network security, which it plans to grow, according to a news release. Stonesoft's products will be integrated with...
McAfee to acquire firewall maker Stonesoft

Microsoft's Q2: Enterprise shines, Surface details scant

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Microsoft's Q2: Enterprise shines, Surface details scant: Larry Dignan for ZDNet: Microsoft's second quarter results were a mixed bag relative to estimates as its enterprise products fared well, but details about Surface units, hidden within the Windows division, were largely missing in action. The second quarter was all about Windows...
Microsoft's Q2: Enterprise shines, Surface details scant

Domo’s Josh James: We’re Making Every Employee Embrace Social Media, And It’s Paying Off

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Back in May, Josh James, the co-founder of analytics company Omniture and now CEO of business intelligence startup Domo, announced an eyebrow-raising idea: He was kicking off an eight-week initiative that would require every one of Domo’s 130 employees to become active on social media. Now James says the initiative...
Domo’s Josh James: We’re Making Every Employee Embrace Social Media, And It’s Paying Off

Bootstrapped GitHub Now Raising a Round from Andreessen Horowitz

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Github is nearing a close on a round of venture funding from Andreessen Horowitz, according to sources familiar with the situation. The popular social network for programmers and code host has famously bootstrapped itself up to this point. GitHub’s enterprise products have garnered millions of dollars in revenue from large...
Bootstrapped GitHub Now Raising a Round from Andreessen Horowitz

Microsoft Exec Says Google Doesn't Understand Enterprise Web Apps (GOOG, MSFT)

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Google's annual I/O developer conference is next week, and it usually includes a few sessions on how enterprises are ditching Microsoft Office in favor of Google Apps For Business, its suite of subscription-based Web productivity apps.   So Microsoft is once again boasting about how it knows enterprise customers much...
Microsoft Exec Says Google Doesn't Understand Enterprise Web Apps (GOOG, MSFT)
Panasonic scaling back TV production, possibly getting out of plasma, reports Nikkei

Microsoft Changes Its Logo To Mimic Windows 8

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For the first time in 25 years, Microsoft has changed its logo, the company announced Thursday. The new logo draws heavily from the look and feel of the typeface formerly referred to as "Metro" used in the company's upcoming Windows 8 operating system. "It's been 25 years since we've updated...
Microsoft Changes Its Logo To Mimic Windows 8
The 5 Best Things Microsoft Just Said To Its Enterprise Customers (MSFT)
Box acquires Folders and its 'elegant' French spin on file storage

General Catalyst And Andreessen Horowitz Parlay $4 Million On X-Googler Startup Parlay Labs

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General Catalyst and Andreessen Horowitz have given $4 million in Series A to stealth startup Parlay Labs we’re hearing, with General Catalyst leading the round. The newest member of the groundswell of enterprise communication startups, which includes TCDisrupt winners Yammer and UberConference, the Palo Alto based Parlay Labs wants to...
General Catalyst And Andreessen Horowitz Parlay $4 Million On X-Googler Startup Parlay Labs

Google To Launch Its Amazon Cloud Killer Next Week (AMZN, GOOG)

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Rumors have been circulating for months that Google was going to launch its own cloud and compete head-to-head with Amazon. The cloud will be launched next week at its I/O conference, Om Malik of GigaOM reports. This will be a full on infrastructure-as-a-service cloud that lets users manage their own...
Google To Launch Its Amazon Cloud Killer Next Week (AMZN, GOOG)

Blowing the Cloud Wide Open: Box.net to Begin Negotiable Enterprise Licenses

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The generally accepted definition of "cloud services" - even the one prescribed by the U.S. Government (PDF available here) - includes the existence of metered or measured service - usually a flat rate that scales along with the service consumed.  Now one of the cloud's most prominent competitors is...
Blowing the Cloud Wide Open: Box.net to Begin Negotiable Enterprise Licenses
“In the Studio,” Javelin’s Noah Doyle Unfolds an Intricate Mobile Mapping Ecosystem

Microsoft's New Plan To Raise Prices Is Scaring Some Enterprise Customers, Expert Says (MSFT)

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Microsoft rolled out a new pricing scheme on an enterprise product called BizTalk that could cost some of its biggest customers a lot more money, licensing consultant Cynthia Farren told Business Insider. Microsoft changed the way it calculates how much to charge for this product, reports Microsoft reseller SHI International....
Microsoft's New Plan To Raise Prices Is Scaring Some Enterprise Customers, Expert Says (MSFT)

Dell's acquisitions not yet paying dividends

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Dell's effort to move away from PCs into enterprise products has been slow as the company battles a challenging economy and tries to weave together acquisitions in a coherent manner. Dell's legacy has been entrenched in the PC business, but in recent years it has focused on moving into...
Dell's acquisitions not yet paying dividends

SanDisk acquires FlashSoft for enterprise SSD tech

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SanDisk has announced that it has moved to acquire FlashSoft, a software company that specializes in flash storage for enterprise products. The latter company's software is geared for Windows, Linux and VMware platforms, helping to improve application performance by implementing SSD-based data caching that operates alongside standard disk drives.......
SanDisk acquires FlashSoft for enterprise SSD tech

Kapor Capital's Ross Fubini Joins Canaan Partners, Plans To Back Enterprise Consumerization Startups

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Ross Fubini, formerly of Kapor Capital, has joined Canaan Partners as a venture partner. At Kapor, Fubini led investments in Pizza, CitrusLane, GingerIO, KarmaLoop, and others. His resume also includes positions at a number of startups that went on to do big things, including Netscape, Tellme, and Plumtree. He co-founded social software startup CubeTree,...
Kapor Capital's Ross Fubini Joins Canaan Partners, Plans To Back Enterprise Consumerization Startups

Addvocate: Salesforce’s Former Head Of Social Marcus Nelson Preps A New Enterprise Social Media Startup

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Marcus Nelson, co-founder of customer service startup UserVoice, left his role as head of social media at Salesforce.com back in April to start a company called Addvocate — and now he’s starting to talk about what he’s up to. When I met with Nelson yesterday, he gave me a quick...
Addvocate: Salesforce’s Former Head Of Social Marcus Nelson Preps A New Enterprise Social Media Startup
Tylr Mobile nabs $500,000 from SAP, Oracle, Salesforce.com execs and more (exclusive)

Goliath wins: AMD retreats, retrenches, and seeks to reinvent itself

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AMD’s Financial Analyst Day packed a great deal of information into a few hours. It was, at times, frustratingly vague as far as the company’s long-term strategic plans, but one fact came through clearly. The performance war between Intel and AMD is over. Intel won. Whether or not this is...
Goliath wins: AMD retreats, retrenches, and seeks to reinvent itself

Dell falls short on Q4 earnings: $16 billion in revenue, only $764 million in profit

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Q4 of fiscal year 2012 was another rough one for Dell. The company fell short of expectations yet again, collecting roughly three quarters of a billion dollars in net income on revenues of $16 billion. The one bright spot was its enterprise division, which had another record quarter -- accounting...
Dell falls short on Q4 earnings: $16 billion in revenue, only $764 million in profit

HP ElitePad 900 Review: A Similar Concept To The Surface Pro, But Slower And Cheaper (HPQ, MSFT)

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HP relies pretty heavily on its enterprise products, which is part of the reason why its newest tablet, the ElitePad 900, was designed with business users in mind. Here's a quick review. What is it? The ElitePad 900 is HP's newest Windows 8 tablet. It runs the full version of...
HP ElitePad 900 Review: A Similar Concept To The Surface Pro, But Slower And Cheaper (HPQ, MSFT)

It's Been A Year Since Microsoft Bought Yammer And Ballmer's Grand Vision Has Yet To Materialize (MSFT)

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Microsoft insists that things are going well for Yammer since Microsoft bought it for $1.2 billion a year ago this week.  The user base has grown by 55% to 8 million and sales of paid networks are up by 200%, it says, though Microsoft won't reveal the actual sales figure....
It's Been A Year Since Microsoft Bought Yammer And Ballmer's Grand Vision Has Yet To Materialize (MSFT)

Amit Singhal: Here's What Happens When Someone Fails At Google (GOOG)

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Google search guru Amit Singhal says that working for Google is like having a hundred computer-science research departments at your beck and call. The real mistake at Google isn't tackling a project that ends in failure. It's not choosing projects that are risky and ambitious enough that they might...
Amit Singhal: Here's What Happens When Someone Fails At Google (GOOG)

Enterprise carries Microsoft until Windows 8 launch; Q3 strong

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SQL Server and enterprise products more than hold Microsoft over ahead of the Windows 8 launch as company delivers strong third quarter....
Enterprise carries Microsoft until Windows 8 launch; Q3 strong

Microsoft Really Blew It With These 9 Enterprise Products (MSFT)

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Microsoft has been in business 37 years and for most of that time, had a very strict "let's build it here" culture. You can't have that attitude without a few flops. And Microsoft has had its share. When most people think about Microsoft's stupidest ideas they name dorky consumer ideas...
Microsoft Really Blew It With These 9 Enterprise Products (MSFT)

Google revamps admin console for Apps and other enterprise products

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Google is rolling out a new IT administration console for its Apps email and collaboration cloud suite and for other enterprise products such as Maps Coordinate and Chrome OS devices.The console's interface now has what Google describes as "a cleaner look" as well as improved navigation meant to be...
Google revamps admin console for Apps and other enterprise products
Google: ‘We’re Like a Bank For Your Data’
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