The tech company's investment arm goes on a spree, with funds for cloud, datacenter, mobile and consumer-focused companies.
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As of Sept. 30, deferred revenue was $46.5 million and the company signed 33 new deals in the third quarter.
Here's a push notification for you: the LinkedIn iPad app is getting an overhaul.
Using virtualization, the Silicon Valley startup offers businesses an alternative to traditional antivirus software.
Following up an integration with Box earlier this year, Jive is paying similar attention to Google Drive and Gmail.
A new report shows how pervasive tracking technology has become for blue-collar workers.
Tidemark's Fall 2013 release revolves around improved profitability modeling.
Oracle said that it will integrate BigMachines CPQ with its marketing, sales, social and service clouds.
Apple's slate of iPads will be well received and likely set the stage for future moves. Here's a look at the consumerization, enterprise and cloud takeaways.
While 2013 has reverberated with recurring rumors of the next big Apple product, the company's October 22 event featured no new unveilings. Where does that leave some of the most popular rumored products?