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Rob Enderle
Apple's Self-Destructive Qualcomm, China Strategies
12/17/18 10:52 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1733 Words

Remember Microsoft's Internet Explorer? It had something like 94 percent share, but then stopped developing the product. Today IE is pretty much dead, and the browser is largely owned by Google.

The other reason this won't work is antitrust laws.

Jack M. Germain
Pantheon Desktop Makes Linux Elementary
12/12/18 12:39 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 2022 Words

That statement implies that the distro is easy to use because it resembles Microsoft Windows.

Software reviewers sometimes confuse the Linux of yesteryear with today's typical Debian-style distros. Yes, Linux distros used to be hard to configure. They used to require advanced...

Peter Suciu
End of the Line for Microsoft Edge?
12/07/18 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1332 Words

... circulated this week that Microsoft will be replacing the core technology in its Edge browser for Windows 10 with Chromium, the open source software from Google that is the core of the Chrome browser. Google's Blink -- the browser engine that is...

Rob Enderle
Who's Winning the Latest Tech Industry Battles?
12/10/18 11:02 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2462 Words

Qualcomm and Intel are fighting for 5G control, and Intel is tearing itself apart. Microsoft passed Apple in valuation, largely because it has not been focusing on Apple. Canadian authorities just arrested the daughter of the Huawei founder, at the request of the...

Jack M. Germain
Free Personal Finance Apps You Can Take to the Bank
11/21/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 2257 Words

Not quite 10 years ago, I scoured Linux repositories in a quest for replacement applications for popular Microsoft Windows tools. Back then, the pickings were mighty slim. Often, the only recourse was to use Microsoft Windows-based applications that ran under WINE.

Classics...

John Mason
How to Use a VPN for Safer Online Shopping
12/04/18 11:43 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1891 Words

It originally was designed by Microsoft. The good thing about this protocol is that it still works on old computers. It's a part of the Windows operating system, and it's easy to set up. The problem is, by today's standards, it's not...

Peter Suciu
AWS Thinks Inside the Box With Outposts Data Center Revival
11/30/18 9:19 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1095 Words

At the re:Invent conference, Amazon also announced two blockchain services for use with distributed ledger technology, as well as a file service product that can work with Microsoft software.

Pummeling the Competition
With its announcement of Outposts, it is...

Richard Adhikari
Salesforce IoT Insights Could Turbocharge Field Service
12/06/18 11:49 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 910 Words

Microsoft has published instructions online for companies to build their own IoT field service solution.

"We may not be the first to offer IoT capabilities, but what makes our IoT Field Service offering different is that we're combining IoT with the...

Jeff Kagan
Is IBM's Watson Still an AI Success Story?
12/06/18 9:13 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 782 Words

AI has become a crowded and chaotic space, with big brand name companies -- like IBM, Apple, Google , Samsung , Microsoft, Amazon and many others -- vying for market share. There are also countless smaller and lesser-known companies in the...

Denis Pombriant
One-of-a-Kind CRM
12/05/18 11:49 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 803 Words

The proliferation of CRM development platforms by companies like Microsoft, Oracle , and especially Salesforce, is changing how we regard core functionality because it's subject to change by the user.

Deep Into Processes
Most vendors I know offer a...

Rob Enderle
Quirky but Useful Gifts: Rob Enderle's 2018 Personal Tech Product Guide
12/03/18 10:09 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2327 Words

Microsoft's Surface Headphones are the first headphones designed specifically for office use. While there are better choices for plane travel, I've never tried a set of headphones that worked as magically as these do in the office.

Surface Headphones

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Denis Pombriant
Amazon's Shift
11/29/18 12:24 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 823 Words

Going Forward
After years of market equilibrium -- with the big database vendors like Oracle, IBM and Microsoft sharing the market -- the Amazon announcement has the potential to upset the applecart. It has been known for a long time...

Richard Adhikari
Amazon Comprehend Medical Makes Sense of Scattered Healthcare Data
11/29/18 10:26 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 738 Words

Amazon, Alphabet, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle and Salesforce this summer announced support for the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Foundation (FHIR), which aims to create a common set of standards for the exchange of healthcare information .

Automating the Process
Amazon Comprehend...

Rob Enderle
PC Innovation Is Back
10/08/18 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1374 Words

HP delivered what is pretty much a clean slate rethinking of the 2-in-1 PC with the HP Folio, and Microsoft unveiled a refresh of its Surface Line. Both firms made a big deal of the fact that their products were much better than...

Denis Pombriant
The CRM Oligopoly
10/04/18 10:11 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 1652 Words

The oligopoly members -- in my opinion (we can differ) -- include Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce, SAP , Sugar and Zoho. That's big for an oligopoly, which Moore said might contain three vendors when mature, but it's early yet.

Of these companies,...

Jack M. Germain
$34B Red Hat Acquisition Is a Bolt Out of Big Blue
10/31/18 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 2043 Words

These include the IBM Cloud and other major cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud and Alibaba. At the same time, Red Hat will benefit from IBM's hybrid cloud and enterprise IT scale in helping expand its open source...

Jack M. Germain
New MakuluLinux Deserves a Spot in the Majors
09/27/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1939 Words

MakuluLinux's Series 15 LinDoz Edition blends both Microsoft Windows traits and Linux functionality into one OS.

It is "possibly the fastest and most stable base floating around the net at the moment, not to mention it is near bug-free," Raymer told...

Denis Pombriant
Digital Disruption Pathways
11/05/18 11:40 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1359 Words

There are a few platforms in the market that support this kind of agility -- from companies like Salesforce, Oracle and Microsoft -- and that's one big reason I see that the IT industry is reducing to an oligopoly. Companies not named...

Jack M. Germain
Feren OS Delivers Richer Cinnamon Flavor
11/02/18 11:52 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1662 Words

Feren OS is a nice alternative to Linux Mint and an easy stepping stone to transition to Linux from Microsoft Windows or macOS.

I am a long-time user of Linux Mint, but I am falling out of love with it. Mint is...

Rob Enderle
How AI Could Fix What Seems Unfixable
10/01/18 10:31 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1440 Words

I'll close with my product of the week: the Windows Virtual Desktop announced at Microsoft Ignite, which takes us back to where we have wanted to go for years -- to an appliance PC experience.

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