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Office 2016 For Mac Preview Now Available, No Office 365 Subscription Required

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Screen Shot 2015-03-05 at 12.21.12 PM Microsoft already told us Office 2016 for Mac was coming, but the public preview is out now as a free download, without any Office 365 subscription required. The updated software includes support for Retina displays, as well as iCloud syncing, and has a look and feel more in tune with the versions of Office currently available on Windows and mobile.

Dropbox Brings Groups Functionality To Its Business Product

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dropbox-screen After a multi-month preview, Dropbox today announced that it is generally releasing its groups feature to business customers, along with an API that will allow IT departments to integrate the capability into their normal organizational flow. Groups allows companies that use Dropbox to segment their employee base to quickly assign access to various files and folders.

Red Hat Launches Its Docker-Centric Atomic Host Linux Distribution

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14987692661_81dec8850c_o Almost a year ago, Red Hat announced its plans to launch a Docker-centric version of its Enterprise Linux distribution and after a long beta, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Atomic Host is now generally available. With Atomic Host, Red Hat is throwing its hat into the Docker ring and joining the likes of CoreOS in the enterprise container OS space.

Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad Sounds Like It Could Stretch The Definition Of ‘iPad’

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Adobe Ink & iPad Apple is working on a new, larger iPad as rumored, according to the Wall Street Journal, with suppliers told to gear up for production in the second half of this year.

Newly Independent Social Monitoring Service Sysomos Launches Redesign, New API

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drag-drop-cropped Sysomos was among the earliest players in the enterprise social media monitoring and analytics space (together with the likes of Radian6, which was later acquired by Salesforce). Five years ago, the Toronto-based company was acquired by Marketwire, and while it continued to win big clients, things remained rather quiet around the company.

Google Glass Is Alive And Well And Living In The Enterprise

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Serious man wearing Glass. Rumors of Google Glass’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. Google Glass is not dead. It’s not hospitalized. It’s not gravely ill. It is not even convalescing. In fact, it’s alive and well, hard at work and living in the enterprise. The enterprise, you say? What came over it? Google Glass had its day with the consumers and it was over it.

IBM Watson Group Buys AlchemyAPI To Give It Machine Learning Capabilities

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Two heads made out of gears exchanging information. IBM Watson, the artificial intelligence platform made famous by beating the three best Jeopardy champions ever several years ago, bought Denver-based AlchemyAPI today. It did not reveal the purchase price. The acquisition gives Watson a key piece of machine learning technology.

YC-Backed TeamNote Provides Enterprise Communications For Companies With People Out In The Field

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TeamNote Y Combinator-backed TeamNote is building an enterprise communication app that isn’t so much focused on the team, but on helping home base get important information to and from workers in the field.

ToutApp Raises $15M To Build Email Tools For Salespeople

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toutapp Email-focused startup ToutApp has raised a $15 million Series B led by Andreessen Horowitz.

Silent Circle Wants To Be The Modern Day Blackberry

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Lock against cyber background. Blackberry was once the big dawg in mobile phones. It was in the hands of practically every knowledge worker on the planet, but its days of dominance began a precipitous drop after Apple brought the iPhone to market in 2007 and Android followed in 2008, and today it’s a tiny blip on the smartphone marketshare radar.

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