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Rackspace introduces rapid deployments for Adobe Experience Manager

Rackspace announced a new managed automation platform, Managed Cloud for Adobe Experience Manager, to help customers get new websites up and running in the time it takes to order a pizza.

Microsoft adds PowerPoint features to help users jazz up presentations

If you give a lot of presentations but struggle to create attractive PowerPoint slides, your work life may have just gotten a bit easier. Two features intended to make PowerPoint simpler to use and generally smarter made their debut with the latest version of the venerable Microsoft presentations app.

IBM, India's HCL team to offer hybrid cloud products for IoT deployments

IBM is teaming with India's HCL Technologies to develop hybrid cloud products that enable enterprises to build apps for the Internet of Things and unified service management.

Salesforce combines sales and customer service info in SMB push

Salesforce aims to build out the capabilities of its small- to medium-sized business services with the integration of its small business sales intelligence offering and customer service app.

SAP unveils SAP Fiori cloud edition, mobile service

The enterprise software giant announced Tuesday plans to introduce the cloud edition of SAP Fiori and SAP Fiori mobile service to enable enterprises to deploy and consume user-friendly mobile apps.

Microsoft's new German data center adds new twist to Safe Harbor wranglings

In response to a recent change in the data protection regulations in Europe, Microsoft announced plans today to open a data center in Germany that will be controlled by a German company. 

FierceCIO's 2015 Fierce 15

When the FierceCIO team set out a couple months ago to shine a spotlight on the 15 most interesting companies that have significantly adopted the cloud, we knew we'd find a lot of relatively small startups. What we weren't sure about was how many larger, established businesses we'd dig up.  

Dropbox CEO Houston says popularity among consumers is driving growth in enterprises

Dropbox's organic growth in the enterprise has led to 150,000 paying enterprise customers, including 50,000 over the past 10 months, according to CEO Drew Houston.

OneDrive users protest new storage limits with Change.org petition

Since Microsoft announced it will decrease the amount of storage it offers some OneDrive users, there has been quite a bit of backlash including a new petition that has gained over 2,000 supporters in a day.

How to choose your cloud vendor

Cloud computing is the biggest change in the history of IT, according to IDC. Picking a cloud vendor would be easy if there were no switching costs, but training, familiarity and data gravity are not inconsequential, according to Gartner.