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Tailgate Ruthlessly Repurposes the Calendar for Students

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Before social networks, universities were a different place. Get this: just to find out what my friends were up to, I had to call them, or text them, or even walk across campus just to find them. These were dark days indeed… And yet while technology has jumped ahead, events...
Tailgate Ruthlessly Repurposes the Calendar for Students

Enterprise-Software Provider Workday Soars Past Zynga, Groupon in IPO

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Rainier Ehrhardt/Getty ImagesUnderstanding and managing big data is a huge trend in start-ups today. It seems companies making software for big business can be just as hot as a big consumer Internet company. Workday, a Web-based human capital management system, went public today and its stock price has already nearly...
Enterprise-Software Provider Workday Soars Past Zynga, Groupon in IPO

BetaEasy.com - An Organized Way To Handle Feedback

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We can define BetaEasy as a management system for customer feedback. If you have ever released a site of your very own and tried to gather the different opinions that are bound to pour in during its beta stage then you already know how vital this can turn out to...
BetaEasy.com - An Organized Way To Handle Feedback

Lenovo axes Android App Shop, points you in the direction of Google Play

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Business-types, Lenovo pondered, needed their own App Store Shop, dedicated to selling business-only applications to those strutting around looking serious in their polyester suits. It seems that such demand never materialized, however, with the company shuttering the outlet only six months after its launch and pointing users in the...
Lenovo axes Android App Shop, points you in the direction of Google Play

Nokia Lumia 822 and 5-inch HTC device found in Verizon systems

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The Nokia Lumia 820 is fresh on everyone's minds, and rumors of a 5-inch Android device from HTC are floating around, so why not add a couple more pieces of kindling to the fire? We've been handed images of Verizon's device management system (DMD, for short) showing off a...
Nokia Lumia 822 and 5-inch HTC device found in Verizon systems

Compuware launches new platform for cloud, big data applications

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Compuware has released a new platform that claims to be the industry’s first ‘deep transactional management system’ for dynamic clouds and big data platforms....
Compuware launches new platform for cloud, big data applications

Verizon may be planning an HTC Desire 4G LTE

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Here's an interesting revelation: we just received an image of Verizon's internal device management system that indicates the carrier may be collaborating with HTC on another handset. The smartphone -- dubbed the Desire 4G LTE -- has left us without any details or specs, but it appears to be...
Verizon may be planning an HTC Desire 4G LTE

It's PingFederate 6.6 Versus "Identity as a Service"

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It's a demonstrated fact that as cloud application users find themselves logging on more and more often, they tend to oversimplify their passwords in an effort to avoid writing them all down someplace. It doesn't help that many IT shops' first course of action is to standardize identity around social...
It's PingFederate 6.6 Versus "Identity as a Service"
Cisco's Linksys router update pushes cloud interface, raising user ire and privacy concerns

Ubisoft DRM exploit opens PCs to security risk

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Ubisoft hasn't exactly garnered much goodwill among PC gamers thanks to the controversial DRM efforts it has attached to its PC releases over the years. That goodwill seems likely to decline even more with the revelation that installing the company's UPlay game management system can apparently open up your computer...
Ubisoft DRM exploit opens PCs to security risk

With convergence in mind, Ubuntu Linux scraps Wayland

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Longtime Ubuntu Linux fans may remember Canonical's announcement back in 2010 that it was planning to adopt the OpenGL-based Wayland display management system instead of the venerable X Window system for Ubuntu Linux. That intent was reiterated last May by Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth in Ubuntu Open Week, but...
With convergence in mind, Ubuntu Linux scraps Wayland

Google's Cloud Problems Disrupt Enterprise Productivity

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Yesterday's Gmail outage was not just another pain. Out-of-control code also brought down some Chrome browsers, hurting productivity for those affected. As the boundary between cloud services and native clients blur, enterprises cannot afford this kind of instability any longer. Monday was not a fun time to be a Google...
Google's Cloud Problems Disrupt Enterprise Productivity

Livefyre's plan to move past comments and build the world's first 'engagement management system'

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TNW has a long relationship with Livefyre, one of the premier commenting services online, as one of the company’s first partners. That in mind, if you have been a TNW reader for any length of time, you’ve used or otherwise interacted with its service. Just scroll down, it’s what we have live...
Livefyre's plan to move past comments and build the world's first 'engagement management system'

Maybe Those Chromebooks Weren't Such A Crazy Idea After All

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When Google launched its Linux-based Chrome OS in early 2010 and its Chromebook pilot program later that year, most pundits didn’t quite agree with our own MG Siegler’s premise that Google had dropped a “nuclear bomb on Microsoft.” A few years later, it sure doesn’t look like Microsoft has much...
Maybe Those Chromebooks Weren't Such A Crazy Idea After All

Founder Stories: Okta's Todd McKinnon On What It Means To Be CEO And Employee Zero

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Recently, I spoke recently with Todd McKinnon, co-founder and CEO of Okta, a cloud-based enterprise management system that helps companies securely merge and control the identities of their users across multiple applications and devices. Todd shared his experience of starting the company, which now has more than 120 employees and...
Founder Stories: Okta's Todd McKinnon On What It Means To Be CEO And Employee Zero

Microsoft, Nokia-backed AppCampus already got 1,000 applications, invested $1.2m in 41 projects

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Back in March 2012, smartphone partners Nokia and Microsoft announced that they had co-invested approximately $23 million in AppCampus, an app development program to spur and foster the creation of new innovative apps for Windows Phone, and Nokia platforms like Symbian and Series 40. Led and managed by Aalto University...
Microsoft, Nokia-backed AppCampus already got 1,000 applications, invested $1.2m in 41 projects

Dell takes converged systems to small sites with PowerEdge VRTX

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Dell has introduced a converged computing, storage and networking system for small and remote offices, the PowerEdge VRTX, saying it will let customers deploy a system with virtualization in hours.Converged systems are playing a growing role in large enterprise data centers because of their ease of deployment. The VRTX,...
Dell takes converged systems to small sites with PowerEdge VRTX
YouTube bows to criticism, extends options for appealing false Content ID copyright claims

Google's New Ad Server Goes After the Little Guy

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Google knows you. It knows what type of car you drive from that time, last year, when you looked up the where you could find a cheap set of tires. It knows that you like Mexican food from all the times you've looked on Google Maps. And Google knows how...
Google's New Ad Server Goes After the Little Guy
RIM reportedly ordered to pay $147.2 million in enterprise server patent suit

Verizon confirms ongoing talks with Nokia for potential tie-up, declines to kiss and tell

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Remember that image sent recently by an anonymous tipster showing two versions of the Nokia Lumia 822 nestled comfortably within Verizon's device management system? Turns out there is something cooking between the Finnish phone maker and Big Red after all. The Wall Street Journal reports that Verizon has confirmed...
Verizon confirms ongoing talks with Nokia for potential tie-up, declines to kiss and tell

Google Apps For Business Admins Can Now Manage Chrome Settings And Enable Legacy Browser Support For Older Web Apps

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Google today added a new feature to Google Apps for Business that could make its Chrome browser significantly more palatable for businesses. The company’s new cloud-based management tool for Google Apps for Business and Education customers now gives IT administrators the ability to customize more than 100 Chrome policies and...
Google Apps For Business Admins Can Now Manage Chrome Settings And Enable Legacy Browser Support For Older Web Apps

Pentagon Will Clear iPhone and iPad Next Week

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Come next week, there will be a new mobile device manufacturer competing for lucrative U.S. military contracts: Apple. Late Friday, the U.S. Defense Department said it expects to green-light Apple devices running iOS 6 for use on its networks sometime next week, granting them the same security approvals it issued...
Pentagon Will Clear iPhone and iPad Next Week
Visual Studio 11: more collaboration, streamlined interface, and a divisive new look
Microsoft's Ballmer drops clues on Surface pricing and what's ahead

Apple invents centralized Apple Store floor plan management system

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A patent application filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Thursday offers a look into how Apple manages retail store operations worldwide, from dynamic product signage to customized floor plan layouts....
Apple invents centralized Apple Store floor plan management system

How do I swap Apple for Android? Your tech questions answered

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Our tech expert Becca Caddy answers your questions about passwords, MS Office and future-proof digital camerasI have an iPhone 3 and a first-gen iPad. They need replacing and those new Google/Nexus phones and tablets look pretty nifty to me - and way cheaper. How can I change brands without losing...
How do I swap Apple for Android? Your tech questions answered

Tremor Media Shakes Another $40 Million Out Of The VC Money Tree

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Tremor Media is already the largest online video ad network in the U.S., and the company says it’s been profitable since 2009. Now the company just closed a large $40 million series D financing to accelerate its product R&D particularly its ad management system, and expand into “other media...
Tremor Media Shakes Another $40 Million Out Of The VC Money Tree
How to run the new Chrome OS environment without a Chromebook
Microsoft's loyalty to Windows and Office blamed for a 'lost' decade, says Vanity Fair
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