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In Part 1, I looked at salesforce.com, Marc Benioff and their vision as salesforce's greatest asset. Here, within that context, I'm looking at the products and the technology ecosystem. As compelling as it is, there is a lot to be done yet.
Networks that use big data to automatically adapt and reconfigure themselves in response to attacks could be just around the corner.
Can business processes be packaged up and offered as application programming interfaces? Many such services are now emerging.
Retailers need to take the lead in the design and deployment of payment systems, instead of relying on third-party providers.
Internet speed worldwide continues to be faster and Asia-Pacific countries lead not only in terms of global average and peak connection speeds, but also as original sources of attack traffic.
Japanese telco's president says company is "not stupid", has done various analyses and hence not worried about potential size advantage from rival Softbank's acquisition of the U.S. carrier.
Telstra’s AGM passed by peacefully this week, despite the absence of a clear long-term strategy and a short-term focus on results.
The Australian government has named the list of the cloud providers selected to offer services to government agencies over the next two years.
If you're a Microsoft application developer, either independent or bound to a corporate job, it's time for you to stop complaining and grow up. Windows 8 is here and you'd better get used to it.
The Chinese company is accused of breaking electoral laws by funding ruling party for 2012 election, reportedly in return for a US$43 million tax exemption.
Creating a completely secure internet is not a practical way to solve our security problems and having it as a medium for crime might actually be better for society.
The Indian software services provider posted a 78 percent on-year jump in net profit, with larger contract wins and margins, sending shares to highest levels in 12 years.
There was reportedly no evidence that Huawei was spying on the US for China in the White House review of telecommunications suppliers.
If you're a software engineer, the big pay day is evidently found at Google, according to a new report from Glassdoor.
Gartner releases a report on Big Data spending; IBM and Oxford release a Big Data study; Teradata Aster launches a new appliance integrating MPP technology and Hadoop.
Failing to navigate the tricky maze of Microsoft license restrictions has gotten plenty of IT pros in trouble. Be sure you understand the rules or you could be looking at some staggering penalties.
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