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NetSuite buys Venda to boost e-commerce, European presence

Venda's technology will be aligned with NetSuite's SuiteCommerce platform

Bank of America illegally copied $300 million in software, alleges Tibco lawsuit

A Bank of America spokesman denied wrongdoing with regard to Tibco's software


Oracle hopes to make SQL a lingua franca for big data

Big Data SQL is set to ship within the next couple of months

Microsoft to strike back at Salesforce.com with CRM cloud for government

The CRM Online government cloud will be tied to ones for Microsoft's Azure and Office 365

A More Predictable Way to Budget Software Costs

Wavetronix enables creative collaboration while cost-effectively accessing all the latest tools with Adobe Creative Cloud for teams. For Wavetronix, collaboration was easy when its marketing team was small and everyone worked in the

IDC: Apps will drive public cloud spending to sustained double-digit growth

The US accounted for 68 percent of the public cloud market in 2013

Microsoft botched all aspects of Exchange outage response

Failure to communicate with users shows Microsoft has lots to learn from utilities, says crisis expert

Salesforce.com, Philips join forces for health care IT

Philips has developed two health care monitoring applications on Salesforce.com's platform, with more to come

Owler uses crowdsourcing for competitive intelligence

Owler delivers curated news and company profiles to mobile devices

Adobe Creative Cloud for teams Security Overview

This white paper describes the proactive approach and procedures implemented by Adobe to increase the security of your Creative Cloud experience and your data.

Oracle buying Micros for $5.3 billion

The deal will give Oracle major penetration into the retail and hospitality industries

Oracle buys LiveLOOK for co-browsing technology

The deal follows Salesforce.com's rollout of SOS, a help feature inspired by Amazon's Mayday

Oregon closer to suing Oracle over Obamacare website woes

The state is playing the blame game, according to Oracle

Report: Oracle in talks to buy hospitality tech vendor Micros for more than $5 billion

Micros' products would likely be aligned with Oracle's sales, marketing and support software lines

Adobe Creative Cloud FAQ

The following are answers to common questions about Adobe® Creative Cloud™ for teams membership, purchasing, security, and storage.

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Review: Microsoft Office Online vs. Apple iWork for iCloud vs. Google Drive

Online word processors, spreadsheets, and presentation apps can be surprisingly useful, or surprisingly lame, and not even Microsoft aces Office document compatibility

IBM patents fraudster detection technology for websites, mobile apps

IBM researchers have developed a technique that website operators, cloud service providers and mobile application developers could use to spot a fraudster who has stolen an account holder's credentials.

How to Do Big Data in Healthcare

Many healthcare organizations like to talk about data analytics. However, here are eight pieces of expert advice to help you actually do it.

How to protect your company from an eBay-like breach

The eBay database breach that led to the theft of customers' passwords and personal information started with the compromise of employee login credentials, a reminder that companies should check the safeguards in place for...

13 Reasons to Move to Adobe Creative Cloud

One of the big advantages Adobe Creative Cloud for teams offers over Adobe Creative Suite 6 perpetual software is the ability to continually innovate. With Creative Cloud, there's no more waiting 12-18 months for upgrade cycles.

Why companies should seek help in malware detection

Companies have shortened the amount of time between malware infection and discovery, but too few organizations detect the breach on their own, a security report found.

IBM and Fujifilm show super dense storage tape for big data work

Anticipating a storage crunch spurred by big data, IBM and Fujifilm are advancing the state of art in magnetic tape with a prototype capable of storing 85.9 billion bits of data per square inch.

25 years of Microsoft Office roadkill

Love it or hate it, Microsoft Office has torn up the competition, leaving all manner of software carrion in its wake

How retailers can boost security through information sharing

Major U.S. retailers that have formed a group for sharing cyberthreat information will have to overcome a number of hurdles before security can be improved within the participating companies, experts say.

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