Under the deal, HP's Managed Mobility Services, which has about 570 global customers, will integrate AirWatch to offer mobile device and application management.
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From order-taking via Facebook and Twitter to Bitcoin payments, Orea Cafe is an example of a millennial business using mobility to improve customer engagement and drive sales.
SaaS enables businesses to enter the global marketplace with lower costs and with fewer barriers.
LG CNS, the IT service provider subsidiary of LG Group, became the first Korean company to collect an international award for its global data center, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
The North Carolina data center is built upon the bare bones, power-optimized premise of the Open Compute Project, with design efficiencies that Facebook says saved $1.2 billion in infrastructure costs.
Facebook continues to make information about its datacenter design and operations available for public scrutiny.
With Facebook unifying its desktop and mobile experiences at the expense of design pyrotechnics it's possible that other companies will follow.
When Canonical introduced its new Ubuntu Unity interface, a major design element was a global, universal menu that all apps would use. Things have changed. Canonical is switching back to local app menus.
Facebook is teaming up with CA Technologies to make its datacenters more efficient with the goal of further diminishing any chance of an outage on the News Feed.
Facebook has announced that it is changing the design of its like and share buttons across its user interface and removing the iconic thumbs up image from its design.
The social networking giant will rake in a hearty chunk of the global mobile advertising revenue in 2013, but it's a long shot away from Google's majority slice.
Facebook engineers describe how the social network can serve as a "horizontal tier" that connects its global user base with third-party applications.
The audio, video and accessory maker will cut around 5 percent of its workforce in a bid to alter its priorities to "focus on mobility products" and other global operational efficiencies.
Vodafone India CEO wants a fee to deliver content hosted by Google and Facebook, adding to similar demands which have gained momentum after last year's controversial changes to the global telecommunication treaty.
Telenav has introduced a new version of its Scout for iPhone app that brings shared navigation to the mobile world. Recipients don't need the app or even an iPhone to get turn-by-turn navigation via email, text, or Facebook.
Social network Facebook has assisted worldwide law enforcement agencies to crack a botnet that is thought to have infected 11 million machines, and raked in more than $850 million.
One year after adding an engineering unit to the New York City office, Facebook continues to expand its East Coast hub with a new design team.
Overnight, Microsoft revealed the launch date for Windows Phone 8, Intel launched its personal cloud product, the UK government is considering Facebook log-ins for services, and Google warned that Motorola Mobility is still making a loss.
Facebook launches its redesigned Help Center demonstrating a new maturity in UI design and a better understanding of its users' requirements.
Yes, the iPhone 5 may have a better screen and improved design. But most of you will sign up because Apple is offering global 4G support finally.
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