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Samsung's BYOD-friendly Knox 2.0 suite lands on Galaxy S5

Samsung will offer OS upgrades containing the Knox data security platform for more devices in the coming months

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Workday takes another shot at Oracle, SAP with recruiting app

Social and mobile support are meant to appeal to younger applicants

Google breaks out Docs, Sheets from Drive mobile app

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A separate mobile app for the Slides presentation tool is also in the works

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Google Drive presentations gain Chromecast support

Forget the living room: Google's cheap wonder-dongle now fits into school rooms and offices, too.

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Big data hype didn't speed growth in the BI market, Gartner says

Most companies haven't deployed big data projects yet, despite all the hype

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SAP giving Ariba an in-memory energy boost with Hana

More details will be revealed at the Sapphire conference in June

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Tibco scoops up analytics vendor Jaspersoft for $185 million

Jaspersoft's BI tools will complement Tibco's Spotfire cloud analytics service

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Google+ tremors rattle Apps suite

Vic Gundotra's departure raises questions about the social network's future, including its role for enterprise customers

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Quip issues API for mobile word processor, aims it at enterprise IT

The startup is also preparing presentation and spreadsheet apps

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Apple-loyal sales reps get updated CRM in Daylite

Marketcircle has released version 5 of its Daylite CRM application for Mac desktops and iOS devices

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Enterprise who? Google says little about Apps, business cloud services in Q1 report

An executive on the earnings call pooh-poohed the need for differentiation in the enterprise cloud computing market

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SAP reports strong growth in cloud amid slow overall revenue growth

The company had a dip in software revenue in the first quarter as the cloud business took off

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Microsoft beefs up Office Online

The browser-based versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote are being updated, with Chrome support added as well.