Microsoft Elbows Its Way Onto Android Devices

Microsoft has forged several new partnerships with tabloid makers using the Android operating system, including Samsung and Dell. Peggy Johnson, executive vice president for business development at...
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Come Closer: Here’s How You Can Win the #MarchMadness Pool

Loser. If you turned in your March Madness brackets earlier this week, chances are that that’s how you feel. Fear not, you’re not alone. ESPN says 99 percent of the brackets submitted to their...
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How You Can Smooth the Road to the Hybrid Cloud

Companies interested in a hybrid cloud model have more and more options. In January, Google and VMware announced a partnership to offer hybrid cloud computing. In February, IBM announced plans...
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6 Reasons Why Google’s Knowledge Graph Should Be on Your Radar

Over the last year, Google has been putting more emphasis on its Knowledge Graph, and this will only increase in 2015. Inbound marketers who pay attention to this underutilized portion of the Google search...
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Would You Run Your Call Center on Chromebooks? Avaya Thinks So

Avaya claims its Call Center services power a significant share of big call centers. Among customer call centers with more than 400 agents, it estimates a 63 percent market share. Among...
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Did Google Spill Your Domain Data All Over the Internet?

Live by exposure, die by exposure.It’s a hard lesson — and Google may have just learned it. According to Cisco security researchers, Google has inadvertently leaked the personal details and...
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Want Google Love? Then Make Your Site Mobile Friendly

No one has to tell you that mobile is one of the most important concepts in the digital landscape. Americans now spend 60 percent of their digital media time on mobile, according to comScore, an Internet...
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The Future of SEO is Not SEO

Search engine optimization, as all traditional definitions describe it, is going to become obsolete. And the change has already begun.The Internet has always been a landgrab. It started with domain name...
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Google Acquires Facebook Marketing Firm Toro

Google is back on the acquisition trail. Late last night it announced it had bought Toro, a startup that enables developers to market their apps on Facebook.Originally known as Red Hot Labs, it was created...
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Virtual CPUs with Google Compute Engine

Continuing on my series of virtual CPU behavior in Amazon Web Services, Amazon Web Service HVM instances, and Microsoft Azure, I’m taking a look at Google Compute Engine (GCE). GCE is a relative...
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