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Box removes storage limits for business customers

Citing decreased storage costs on its end, Box announced July 15 it has dropped storage limits for all its business customers. No doubt they also saw Amazon Zocalo and Google Drive creeping up in the rearview mirror.

Microsoft readies 3 Office 365 plans for small and mid-sized businesses

Microsoft is set to launch three new Office 365 plans on October 1 which it says are specifically designed for small and mid-sized businesses.

Python surpasses Java as language of choice for learning

Python has now surpassed Java as the number one programming language used to introduce students in the United States to programming and computer science.

Cloud skills now a must for every CIO

Cloud computing is becoming a game changer for many organizations, and that means the IT manager of the future needs to be well-versed in all things cloud.

News Scan: Tablets and mobile devices topple PCs; Employees not into ESNs; more

The top news stories for July 9, 2014.

Access your data anywhere with IBM's new cloud service

IBM says today's businesses are buried under too much content and social media. Fortunately, the business giant wants to help you access your company's data anywhere, anytime, across any device through its new big data service, IBM Navigator on Cloud.

LoudCloud launches new, competency-based LMS

Competency-based learning--measuring a student's knowledge of a subject rather than simply how many hours they've applied themselves to learning it--is gaining traction in the classroom, but most LMS's aren't geared towared that type of learning environment.  LoudCloud announced the launch this week of what it calls the world's first competency-based learning platform, LoudCloud CBL.  

News Scan: BYOD fear and loathing; Cyber threats more worrisome than ever; more

The top news stories for July 8, 2014.

State and local governments beginning to allow BYOD

While reluctant to embrace BYOD at first due to support and security concerns, a number of state and local governments have begun to allow employees to bring personal devices to work.

News Scan: BYOD not government's best option; Freelancers in high demand for IT; more

The top news stories for June 24, 2014.