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Salesforce announces enhancements to Sales Cloud with Einstein AI Software that give sales people and managers better forecasting and customer insights.
DAILY VIDEO: Facebook turns over details of Russian campaign ads to Mueller; three female ex-employees sue Google claiming wage discrimination; quantum computing poses risks to cryptography and Bitcoin; and there's more.
Google's proposal is in response to EU regulators demand that the search giant level the playing field for all competitors in the online shopping services market.
Bing users can consult the new Fact Check label to determine if their search results contain fake news.
Developers can now get access to Azure cloud services without placing credential information into their code.
Starting Sept. 18, Big Blue will send you a physical storage device so you can hook up your data stream to it, fill it up to 120TB with all the content you want, and have it stored in the Bluemix Cloud.
The added information included copies of the ads and details about the accounts that bought them and the targeting criteria they used, a Wall Street Journal report said.
VIDEO: Heptio CEO Craig McLuckie discusses what's missing from Kubernetes today and where his company is headed.
The world's largest enterprise database maker said that it brought in revenue of $9.2 billion, up 7 percent over Q1 and easily outflanking Thomson Reuters analysts' projection of $9.02 billion.
Salesforce is making it a lot easier to connect a company’s data stores with its cloud-based analytics function by including wizard-like connectors in the platform.
A new suite of security technologies protects data as it is being processed in the cloud, keeping sensitive business information out of hackers' hands.
Apttus' total funding to-date is now $329 million; the San Mateo, Calif.-based company was bootstrapped from its founding in 2006 until its first investment round in late 2012.
Google is continuing to use content scraped from Yelp's site in its own local search listings in violation the terms of previous Federal Trade Commission agreement, Yelp asserts in a new FTC complaint.