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BYOD programs are driving enterprise demand for desktop virtualization

IT directors are hungry for cloud computing benefits confirmation, and they got some this week with the release of a new cloud workspaces report from Gigaom Research and IndependenceIT.

Dropbox rolls out new sharing controls, full-search text

A few days ago, Box upped its game against Dropbox with a  new design, apps and a widget. Now Dropbox returns the volley with  new sharing controls and full-text search  that company Product Manager Abhishek Agrawal says will "save time and bring additional peace of mind to both admins and team members."

CIOs: How to keep up with the constant change

The only thing that is constant is change, or so the saying goes. And while this may not be true in every industry, it definitely is in the world of IT. At Sonus Networks, change is the name of the game, at least according to the communications solution provider's vice president and CIO, Bill Scudder.

News Scan: Will 2015 see the demise of the CDO?; Behold, the birth of the cloud financial officer; More

The top news stories for Nov. 14, 2014.

Why Amazon doesn't care about the enterprise

Here's why Amazon doesn't care about the enterprise, and why you should.

News Scan: Ignore layoffs--tech sector doing OK; The slow death of the Internet tax bill, again; More

The top news stories for Nov. 12, 2014.

Amazon hires CIOs to sell cloud to CIOs

"Amazon.com is quietly hiring chief information officers to pitch prospective customers on the benefits of its cloud," Clint Boulton recently reported in  The Wall Street Journal.

News Scan: New job studies paint a brighter IT hiring picture; More organizations worry about mobile security breaches; More

The top news stories for Nov. 10, 2014.

Microsoft pushes move to mobile with free Office for iOS, Android

In a turnaround with regards to the mobile version of its Office productivity suite, Microsoft has dropped the requirement for an Office 365 subscription for consumers. 

Microsoft, Dropbox team up to integrate with Office 365

Microsoft and Dropbox have announced that they will be teaming up to integrate support for Dropbox into Office.