Katherine NoyesU.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service

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Katherine Noyes has been an ardent geek ever since she first conquered Pyramid of Doom on an ancient TRS-80. Today she covers enterprise software in all its forms, with an emphasis on Linux and open source software.

How DARPA's Dark Web search engine could help your business

Researchers' search engine for the 'Dark Web' might be useful in many areas

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Skytree aims to put machine learning in every data scientist's hands

By automating model creation, Infinity 15.1 promises significant productivity improvements

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Luminoso to enterprises: Here's what all that chatter really means

Based on machine learning, the company's new Compass system helps you understand what consumers are really saying

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Corporate IT: Beware the dating apps on your users' phones

Common vulnerabilities could be putting your company's data up for grabs

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Samepage updates its collaboration service with Box, Dropbox support

A new Android app lets users create, view and edit pages on the go

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Box launches new service for security-conscious enterprises

A new EKM offering lets organizations retain control over their encryption

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Incentive opens its social-collaboration doors to SharePoint

SharePoint files and folders are now indexed and natively searchable from within Incentive's platform

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No end in sight to the growth of cloud analytics

The annual growth rate in this rapidly expanding area could be as high as 46 percent.

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ClusterHQ: Bringing the power of containers to enterprise data

This young company just took in a fresh $12 million in new funding.

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Dropbox paves a smoother path from Web to desktop

A new 'Open' button will automatically launch files in their native apps.

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App for business users lets you share sensitive documents -- then they disappear

Confide's technology is screenshot-proof and uses end-to-end encryption.

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SAP unwraps a new enterprise suite based on Hana

S/4Hana can run in parallel with its predecessor, enabling a nondisruptive transition.

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Jive targets distributed workforces with new communication apps

A consumer-style mobile interface aims to keep dispersed employees connected and engaged.

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Salesforce leads $41M investment in 'quote to cash' firm Apttus

The startup's cloud apps are built on the Salesforce1 platform.

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NEC aims at Big Data 'sweet spot' with new SAP Hana tool

The cluster-management software helps boost availability in the AWS cloud