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DataGravity Focuses On Security In Latest Release

DataGravity announced version 2.0 of its storage appliance today, one that focuses on data security, particularly knowing what files you have and who’s been accessing them. When DataGravity emerged last summer with a new concept of data...Show More Summary

Adobe Is The Latest Tech Company To Increase Parental Leave

Software company Adobe will be expanding its maternity and paternity leave programs for employees. Starting November 1, birth mothers will be able to take up to six months of paid leave. Primary caregivers, who include new parents through birth, surrogacy, adoption and foster care, will get up to 16 weeks of paid leave. Read More

Google Shares Spike 6% After ‘Alphabet’ Restructuring

Google just announced a big restructuring of the company, sending shares up about 6 percent in extended trading. After the announcement, shares of Google rose 5 percent, but have since risen even further. As part of the restructuring, Larry page is now the new CEO of a parent company called Alphabet, while Sundar Pichai will be CEO of Google. Show More Summary

Windows RT’s Last Hurrah

While the market has known for long seconds that Windows RT is over, it has not been clear where users of operating system would end up in the Windows 10 era. Microsoft’s Gabriel Aul noted about a month ago that RT users would get something, but until recently it wasn’t clear what that something would be. Read More

Visa Selected Three Black-Founded Startups To Help Solve Its Marketing Challenges

On the heels of U.S. President Barack Obama hosting the first-ever White House demo day, which placed an emphasis on diversity, Visa has announced the winners of its The Everywhere Initiative. And, wait for it, all of the winning startup founders are black. Show More Summary

IBM Buying Merge Healthcare For $1B To Bring Medical Image Analysis To Watson Health

IBM announced a huge deal today, agreeing to pay a billion dollars for Merge Healthcare, a medical imaging company it plans to fold into the Watson Health unit. Merge’s technology is in use in 7500 healthcare facilities in the US, according to information supplied by IBM. Show More Summary

Box Metadata Update Part Of Broader Strategy To Attract Large Customers

Box announced a major update to its metadata feature today, a move that is part of a broader strategy to attract and keep larger customers. The update includes three major pieces: first of all it provides the ability for administrators to create and distribute metadata templates via the Box Admin console. Show More Summary

Mirantis And CoreOS Launch Enterprise-Grade OpenStack And Kubernetes Integration

OpenStack company Mirantis and CoreOS today announced that they have teamed up to integrate Mirantis’ OpenStack distribution with CoreOS’s Tectonic container platform. Together, the two companies will now offer enterprises the ability to use both OpenStack and Kubernetes, the Google-incubated container management and scheduling tool, on a platform that offers… Read More

Microsoft Just Dropped An Update For Windows 10 But Isn’t Really Explaining What It is

“This update includes non–security-related changes to enhance the functionality of Windows 10 through new features and improvements.” — Someone at Microsoft. Microsoft dropped a crop of Windows 10 updates today, some of which you might already have, some of which you might not have. If you already have some of the updates, you will get the updates that you do not… Read More

Red Hat’s Updated Enterprise OpenStack Platform Promises To Simplify OpenStack Deployments

Red Hat today launched its Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 7 into general availability. The distribution combines Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server, the latest OpenStack release (“Kilo”), and the company’s services for installing and managing OpenStack Clouds into a single product. Read More

GE Adds Infrastructure Services To Internet Of Things Platform

GE announced today that it was expanding its Predix Internet of Things platform to provide Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). The IaaS market is dominated by Amazon Web Services with many others including Microsoft, Google and IBM vying for a piece of the action. Show More Summary

Setting Sales Quotas Is Like Running A 10K Race

If you’ve ever run a 10K road race, you know that race organizers spend a lot of effort to have volunteers at every milepost telling runners what their time is. If you’re like me, you’ve probably sped up at each marker as you strove to beat your personal-best time. Read More

How Businesses Are Leveraging Public Data To Reach Target Audiences

It’s no secret that the growth of publicly available data, or open data, is more prevalent than ever. From government databases, such as those aggregated by, to data made available via tools such as Google Places API — the public has access to an overwhelming amount of information. Read More

YC-Backed Ironclad Is An Automated Legal Assistant For Companies

Launching out of the latest YC class, Ironclad is an automated service to help companies draft, organize and execute common legal paperwork. Expensive legal bills are often an unwelcome reality for young startups. Lawyers charge hundreds...Show More Summary

Google Adds 8 Carriers To Its Android For Work Partner Ecosystem

When Google officially launched its Android for Work program earlier this year, it had already signed up a wide range of partners to help bring Android for Work to market. Today, it is expanding this program by adding a new device manufacturer and — for the first time — carriers to its partner ecosystem. Read More

Securing Virtual Container-Based Applications

Virtual containers are among the hottest technologies in the software development world today. Containerization is an approach to virtualization in which apps and all their components are packaged up and compartmentalized but share a...Show More Summary

Today Is Windows 10 Day

Ok, the new code is out for the first wave, and you are curious about Windows 10. Or at least we hope so, since we made you a video to go over the broad points of the new operating system from Microsoft. For a more scribbled-down-and-pedantic...Show More Summary

Trello Launches Enterprise Service With Single Sign-On Support, Brings Two-Factor Authentication To All Users

Trello, the kanban-style project management service that was spun out of Fog Creek Software last year, launched its enterprise service today. While the company quietly introduced this new service tier a few months ago and started testing it with a number of customers, it’s only now making it official. Read More

Google Now Lets Developers Bring Their Own Security Keys To Compute Engine

Starting today, developers who use Google’s Compute Engine infrastructure as a service platform will be able to bring their own security keys to the service. Google argues that using these customer-supplied encryption keys, which are...Show More Summary

The Next Wave Of Enterprise Software Powered By Machine Learning

Enterprise software is about to undergo radical transformation — a substantial change that will make the shift to software as a service (SaaS) look like a simple facelift. This transformation is being powered by machine learning. Read More

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