By ZDNet Staff
| September 23, 2008 -- 05:17 GMT (22:17 PDT)
| Topic: Enterprise Software
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
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LinkedIn launches Talent Insights for HR analytics, talent planning
LinkedIn's target market is HR folks to talent and acquisition managers. The data is designed to be quick, actionable and real-time.
Salesforce, AWS plot more private connections, integration points
The partnership between Salesforce and AWS is evolving to give mutual customers more private connection points for analytics and data sharing.
Salesforce launches Customer 360, aims to integrate all your data, applications
Microsoft: Here's why we're declaring end of password era
Users will soon be able to sign in to business apps with their face, fingerprint or PIN rather than use a password.
IBM launches pretrained Watson packs for industries
The aim is to prepackage and pretrain Watson for various verticals such as agriculture, real estate and manufacturing.
Salesforce, Apple forge iOS mobile app development partnership
Salesforce's mobile app for CRM will be revamped with native features for Apple's iOS platform.
Adobe launches AI Assist, weaves it through analytics, clouds
AI Assist took three years of development with the aim of bringing quality insights across multiple Adobe clouds.
What's next for Teams, Microsoft's 'fastest growing business app' in company history
Windows update problems: Microsoft reveals why recent patches broke some PCs
Microsoft will now label all Windows 7 servicing stack updates as security updates, even though they're not.