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Jill Schoolenberg will take on the role of VP of Canada, an assignment that will see the Microsoft MSN veteran tasked with attracting more Canadian SMBs to the platform.
Within the first few hours, Box stock is currently selling well over the $14 per share expectation.
Oracle says new offices in the US and a new swathe of engineers will help the firm develop next-generation platforms.
UPDATED: The enterprise cloud company will begin trading its shares on the New York Stock Exchange after the opening bell on Friday under the ticker symbol "BOX."
The electronics firm's boss said though the company has to "comply with laws and regulations in every country," Huawei has not been asked to spy for China.
Verizon's fourth quarter results were standard issue, but the company did put some color on how the Internet of things could drive growth.
Microsoft took the plunge into holographic computing and has all the hooks built in to ensure the technology will at least be tried in the enterprise.
Despite posting a strong Q4, eBay says it is planning a workforce reduction across eBay Marketplaces, PayPal, and eBay Enterprise, as well as a possible sale or an IPO for its Enterprise division.
Larry Ellison unveils the next generation of Oracle's engineered systems, already lined up to compete against offerings from Cisco, Red Hat, Microsoft, and others.
The flash memory maker beat Wall Street expectations for the fourth quarter, but its chief executive wanted better results.
Microsoft is betting on holographic applications and everything from Skype to Minecraft will be in play.
Microsoft highlighted the features in Windows 10 and outlined how it plans to connect the economic, developer and customer dots. Will it work?
The purchase gives Dropbox its first presence in Israel, as well as a suite of document editing and workflow tools.
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