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Salesforce Brazil head steps down

The general manager for Salesforce Brazil, Mauricio Prado, has left the company. The cloud software firm confirmed the departure of the executive, but the official statement was limited to saying that Prado made ” important contributions during his time at the company.” Prior to being appointed to the company’s top role in Brazil, Prado had served as Salesforce’s Vice President… Read more →

Ooma buys smart camera maker Butterfleye

Ooma, which offers a communications platform for small businesses and customers, announced that it has acquired Butterfleye, makers of an AI-powered video camera and security platform. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. on techrepublic Windows 10: Here are the big new features to look out for in 2018 Due to the public way in which Windows is tested,… Read more →

BlackBerry’s Q3 tops estimates on strong enterprise software sales

BlackBerry’s third quarter results topped expectations on Wednesday, bolstered by record software and services revenue. on techrepublic Windows 10: Here are the big new features to look out for in 2018 Due to the public way in which Windows is tested, we already know about many of the new features headed to Windows 10 next year. Read More The enterprise… Read more →

2017 was a dumpster fire of privacy and security screw-ups

Oh look, it’s 2017 making a last-minute appearance. (Image: file photo) If you thought 2016 was bad — a year of historical hacks and game-changing cyberattacks — 2017 was even worse. Sure, 2016 may have killed every famous person we ever cared about, but this year brought shame on our favorite companies for getting security wrong and violating our privacy…. Read more →

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Cutting the cord: VR is going wireless thanks to zero latency video

Amimon, which has developed a wireless HD video technology it claims has near-zero latency, just announced a video transmitting solution for virtual, augmented, and mixed reality. That means no cords, a big step in the evolution of VR. It’s been clear for some time that corded VR units have limited utility. The promise of VR and AR is an immersive… Read more →

BlackBerry’s Q3 tops estimates on strong enterprise software sales

BlackBerry’s third quarter results topped expectations on Wednesday, bolstered by record software and services revenue. on techrepublic Windows 10: Here are the big new features to look out for in 2018 Due to the public way in which Windows is tested, we already know about many of the new features headed to Windows 10 next year. Read More The enterprise… Read more →