Forrester released the data of its annual survey on IT spending worldwide and detects areas with higher spending, including apps and tablets.

Forrester Research annual report on worldwide IT spending split the amount of 2.06 trillion dollars spent this year from businesses and governments between hardware, software and services related to [...]

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Open-Xchange has been in the market for more than 10 years, since it began its operations in 2005. The company was one of the pioneers of SaaS (software-as-a-service) that provided innovative, open-source and cost effective means of business management and cloud solutions. Since then, email handling and other web-based [...]

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The future is mobile and Facebook is doing everything not to miss the boat in the triumph of tablets and smartphones. First the company introduced Facebook Home and later they introduced Facebook Phone. Last week, for example, Facebook had introduced hashtags to facilitate the search of themes and messages.

Now, Facebook [...]

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By Vic Nyman

“Cloud Computing!”  Is it the savior of IT or the bane of our existence?  Cloud computing has extreme potential, especially for achieving operational efficiencies and cost savings.  Unfortunately, with that potential is the potential for business disaster – outages in places you can’t control impacting customer satisfaction or even [...]

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First came the changes for the desktop. After just a few days, Google+ rolled out the changes for the mobile web. In its official page, the social networking site announced that posts are now easier to read as they are shown as a stream of cards. With this new change, posts are [...]

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Walmart is using its big data collection to inform customers of their choices as a mobile marketing strategy. It rationalizes that since its consumers have made their mobile devices as indispensable, the retail company can make use of [...]

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Mobile technology has been widely used by the people, but the Government is subject to the bitter legacy systems. According to research by Gartner, half of the world’s companies will seek from their workers to individually provide devices for work by 2017.

Keeping an eye on mobile revolution, Customer Relationship Management [...]

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Just in case you haven’t heard of it, the easiest way to be $30k richer is to find  developers, a darn good one at that, good enough to work in Hubspot.

Last week, Hubspot announced that it is giving away $30,000 to anyone who can refer to a great developer [...]

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In a recent gathering of developers, Twitter announced its updated iPhone and Android applications which will support its newly launched Twitter Cards. The cards introduce new contents like photo galleries, product information, applications which can be contained in expanded tweets. Aside from the Twitter Cards, Twitter can support deep-linking for Continue Reading

With just a little over a year into mobile advertising, Facebook is expected to at least corner 30% of the mobile display market this 2013. According to eMarketer, a market research organization, the social networking site can earn about $1 [...]

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According to Kapersky Lab researchers Denis Maslennikov, Kurt Baumgartner, and Costin Raiu, this is the first time that there has been a target Android malware attack against mobile phones. Furthermore, people at Kapersky Lab had traced the malware to a Chinese server in [...]

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Beginning April 12, T-Mobile will be selling iPhone 5 to its customers. Customers who want to avail of the offer will have to pay $100 plus $20 monthly for 2 years as equipment fee. Also, T-mobile has already announced its no-contract plans beginning at $50 monthly for single users. This offer includes [...]

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The latest addition to the roster of mobile apps millionaire is a 17-year-old boy in London by the name of Nick D’Aloisio. Yahoo was reported to have bought the mobile news app Summly for $30 million. Although the terms of the sale haven’t been disclosed yet, Summly creator D’Aloisio is [...]

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There’s one more addition to Europe’s growing number of mobile payment providers. Aside from local startup companies, Intuit recently launched its mobile credit card payment system known as Intuit Pay. It was initially launched in the United Kingdom, ahead of PayPal which first announced launching its own mobile payment [...]

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At a recent Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona, Spain, the old and obsolete Nokia mobile phone took center stage. A small French firm explained that this type of cellular phone is being used for mobile banking [...]

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For those who follow the latest technology news, it is very common to read “BYOD” or Bring-Your-Own Device. The term has become popular due to the proliferation of mini-laptops, tables, and smartphones in the market today. Business owners are even mulling the idea of implementing their own Bring-Your-Own Device policy because a [...]

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