Tag: enterprises

App Review, Applications

Zoom goes for a blatant genAI data grab; enterprises, beware

August 11, 2023

Via: Computerworld

When Zoom amended its terms of service earlier this month — a bid to make executives comfortable that it wouldn’t use Zoom data to train generative AI models — it quickly stirred up a hornet’s nest. So the company “revised” […]

Operating System, Windows

Windows 11 adoption nears 9%, but businesses are waiting

December 2, 2021

Via: ComputerWorld

How fast is Windows 11 being adopted by users? The answer appears to be “hardly at all” to “slowly,” depending on which set of data you look at. New data from computer monitoring software provider AdDuplex indicates that Windows 11 […]

Operating System, Windows

One year later, enterprises still wrestle with Windows 7’s cumulative updates

December 8, 2017

Via: Computerworld

More than a year after Microsoft changed its decades-long security updating practices, enterprises running Windows 7 continue to struggle with the new system, patch experts said today. “I still see people asking for individual updates, even on the [Windows] 10 […]

App Review, News and Press

The chat app war between Microsoft and Slack heats up

March 15, 2017

Via: Mashable

Microsoft is coming for Slack. On Tuesday, the company announced its chat app, Teams, has rolled out to all Office 365 customers worldwide. Like Slack and HipChat, Teams lets coworkers talk about business (and make dumb jokes) in chat rooms […]

News and Press, Wireless

Microsoft continues pushing hybrid cloud with new launches

September 27, 2016

Via: Networkworld Cloud Computing

Microsoft continued its push to get companies on the hybrid cloud train on Monday, with the launch of several products all tailored at helping bridge on-premises datacenters and the public cloud. The company announced that Windows Server 2016 and System […]


What to think about when moving to the cloud

September 20, 2016

Via: Networkworld Cloud Computing

Well, it’s 2016, and a few years ago Gartner reported that “By 2016, poor return on equity will drive more than 60 percent of banks worldwide to process the majority of their transactions in the cloud.” Enterprises across all sectors […]


How to make hybrid cloud work

September 14, 2016

Via: Networkworld Cloud Computing

Last year, hybrid cloud was a priority for many enterprises, although with a certain amount of confusion about what it involved. This year, those ambitious plans are showing up as an approach to hybrid cloud that relies on platform as […]


Detachable Tablets Continue As Enterprises’ Choice

August 4, 2016

Via: InformationWeek

Sales of traditional slates continue to slip as the more productive detachable form factor finds favor with business users, according to an IDC report. Android slates dominated tablet shipments during the second quarter, but IDC expressed concerns about the platform’s […]

Editorial, Gadgets, Networking, Wireless

Seven steps into the Google vision (2)

December 8, 2015

Via: IT Curated

We mentioned in the first part of this article how Google X, a direct independent subsidiary of Alphabet now, is the company’s R&D facility. Located in Mountain View, CA, this is the place where almost all Google “moonshots” projects are […]

App Review, News and Press

Unsurprisingly, Dropbox to shutter Mailbox and Carousel, focus on businesses

December 8, 2015

Via: Gigaom

Dropbox has abandoned its efforts to take over your smartphone. The company announced today that it will shutter two applications, Mailbox and Carousel, in 2016 as a result of its new focus on helping workers collaborate with each other. But […]