Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Google wants to manage your work email with Inbox

  Republican FCCers call for delay in net neutrality vote | Twitter speaks up for FCC net neutrality plan
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Google wants to manage your work email with Inbox
Google's Inbox by Gmail, launched fine months agowas designed to help users manage -- instead of be inundated by -- their email.Now, Google is moving ahead with plans to roll out Inbox for Google Apps so people in the workplace can use it to manage email from their bosses, HR, colleagues and friends.Starting next month, Google will enable Inbox for a small group of Google Apps users. Companies interested in trying it out can email inboxforwork@google.com from their Google Apps for Work administrator account to apply for an invitation to enter the early adopter program.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More


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Republican FCCers call for delay in net neutrality vote
  But the agency's chairman says he intends to move forward with Thursday's meeting Read More

Twitter speaks up for FCC net neutrality plan
Keeping the Internet open promotes free speech and helps the US economy, Twitter said Read More


5 Ways Cloud-integrated Storage Reduces Costs
Many companies are considering using cloud storage to reduce costs and the IT burden of storing data in the enterprise. Learn More

Chip companies working to make Wi-Fi more maker-friendly
The goal is to make adding Wi-Fi connectivity much easier Read More

IoT network will look to the skies for better coverage
Low-power wireless provider Sigfox has joined a satellite venture Read More


Shadow IT in the Enterprise
This report reveals insights from more than 1,000 corporate IT users about their usage of Dropbox and personal mobile devices for work. Read this paper to gain an understanding for where consumer solutions are being used and if IT policies are effective in addressing the challenges associated with Shadow IT. Learn More.

Mobile networks limber up for the Internet of Things
Virtualization is expected to help carriers serve new devices and demands Read More

Ex-FCC attorney says Internet plan won't achieve broadband goals
The FCC chairman's plan to prevent Internet providers from throttling or blocking content and from taking payments for prioritizing content is helpful, but won't lead to plentiful broadband access. Read More

IBM brings BlueMix platform services in-house
The hybrid cloud will be the focus of this year's IBM Interconnect cloud computing conference, as the company rolls out new offerings designed to help enterprises extend their in-house operations."There is no one single cloud. Our clients have clouds. We have a cloud. Clients want to connect with other clouds," said Angel Diaz, IBM vice president of cloud performance. "If clients want to get the most from the cloud, they have to link to their existing investments."The new services and software that IBM unveiled at the Interconnect conference, being held this week in Las Vegas, are designed to ease the work involved with linking the public cloud to internal operations.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More



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