What do the new Samsung, Ralph Lauren wearables augur for CIOs?

When Samsung, Apple and Ralph Lauren jump on the wearables trend, can enterprise employees be far behind? Also in Searchlight: Dropbox toughs it out as Google, Amazon offer cloud on the cheap; Uber tricks Lyft and other rivals.
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Alibaba to open fifth Shenzhen facility

Data center will service AliCloud
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Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has announced plans to open a fifth data center in Shenzhen to host its cloud computing platform AliCloud according to Reuters.

AliCloud's new data center will serve "large and small companies, financial institutions and other third parties in southern China," Alibaba said in a statement.

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Mobile collaboration tools promise secure remote access to content

In this content management news roundup, vendors offer options for secure access to content from mobile devices, and OpenText updates its document management platform for the legal industry.
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7 really good reasons to partner SPSS analytics with R

The R language has become very popular with statisticians and data miners who use it to develop statistical software. But did you know that you can run R syntax from IBM SPSS Modeler and SPSS Statistics software? The combined strength of both helps address the needs of an organization that has few statistics or programming experts, but that wants to benefit from R.

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SAP and China Telecom to launch cloud facility

Shanghai joint venture forms China Datacom Corporation (CDC)
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Software giant SAP and China Telecom have jointly created a cloud data center in Shanghai that will deliver SAP’s first public cloud product – SuccessFactors HCM – to the Chinese market.

The move, first announced in November 2013 but now at completion, extends the collaboration between the two companies, who previously worked together to offer mobile device management services to the operator’s enterprise customers.

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IDC: Worldwide entry-level storage market sees moderate growth

IDC announces that the worldwide personal and entry-level storage market grows 1.5% in the second quarter of 2014.
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Overland Storage unveils NAS server, enterprise-class storage software

Overland Storage releases GuardianOS 7.6 software in desktop form factor NAS platform via its SnapServer XSD 40 NAS server.
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ForeScout CounterACT improves NAC, endpoint security for Midwest bank

Bremer Bank selected ForeScout CounterACT for network access control and endpoint visibility to improve regulatory compliance and security.
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Design a WCM system that enriches customer experience

Web content management systems may become central to delivering information wherever customers are. But to create a positive customer experience, a WCM system needs to be shaped around its audiences' needs.
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Five steps to moving mission-critical applications to the cloud

Some enterprises see migrating mission-critical apps to public cloud as an insurmountable obstacle. But, common sense precautions can smooth the transition of even the most crucial workloads.
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