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About That Enterprise File Sharing Study

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Microsoft Dropbox Earlier this week, TechCrunch published commentary on a report concerning the current popularity of various enterprise cloud file sync and share products, a group of services usually shortened to the acronym ‘EFSS.’ Read More

The Most Popular Enterprise Sync and Share Product Might Surprise You

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Concept photo of folder sitting inside two open hands. 451 Research released a report this week with details on the enterprise sync and share market and what they found may surprise you. It certainly surprised me. That’s because the most popular sync and share tool in the enterprise today is not Box or even Microsoft OneDrive. It’s Dropbox, the cloud service IT supposedly loves to hate.

The Most Popular Enterprise Sync and Share Product Might Surprise You

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Concept photo of folder sitting inside two open hands. 451 Research released a report this week with details on the enterprise sync and share market and what they found may surprise you. It certainly surprised me. That’s because the most popular sync and share tool in the enterprise today is not Box or even Microsoft OneDrive. It’s Dropbox, the cloud service IT supposedly loves to hate.

Host Analytics Raises $25M And Says Next Step Is IPO

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Spreadsheet and 3D chart coming out of tablet. Host Analytics, a company that provides cloud-based financial analytics tools, announced $25M in Series E funding today, and suggested the next logical step for the company is going public. Today’s funding brings their total to date to $77M.
The round was led by Centerview Capital Technology.

Salesforce Wants Desk.com App Hub To Be One-Stop Shop For SMBs

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Women working in small customer service center. Salesforce.com announced an update today to Desk.com, their customer service product aimed at small businesses. They have created a Desk.com app store called the App Hub that includes a bunch of partner apps chosen specifically for SMBs to give them a one-stop shop for the cloud applications they need –and they have created a way to integrate those apps directly into Desk.com.

Debunking The 7 Myths of Marketing In The Enterprise

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myths Over the last few months enterprise giants Oracle and Salesforce have put on shows featuring the likes of Hillary Clinton and Bruno Mars reminding all of us in the enterprise world that marketing matters. While most enterprise startups will never reach these levels of budget and glamour, this time of the year does serve as a reminder that enterprise marketing matters.

Microsoft Promises Managed, Web-Based App Stores For The Enterprise With Windows 10

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ereer Microsoft previously announced that Windows 10, its next operating system, will contain a single app store that will work across device classes. Don’t make the Lord of the Rings joke. The company also previously promised that organizations will be able to curate their own app experience for their users.

Deep Identity Raises $470,000 To Help Companies Manage Access On Their Networks

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network Deep Identity, a Singapore-based startup that helps companies manage access to their internal networks and services, has raised US$470,000 (SG$589,000) to expand its services into the cloud and open a presence in Europe.

Searching For Truths In Big, Enormous, Massive Data

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Big data concept picture with words bid data above a monitor over a map of the world. We have so much data, mountains and mountains of data. In fact, there’s so much, the name ‘Big Data’ doesn’t even do it justice. Maybe we should call it humongous data or at least enormous data.

Searching For Truths In Big, Enormous, Massive Data

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Big data concept picture with words bid data above a monitor over a map of the world. We have so much data, mountains and mountains of data. In fact, there’s so much, the name ‘Big Data’ doesn’t even do it justice. Maybe we should call it humongous data or at least enormous data.

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