Avaya Pressing Hard on Cloud-Based UC
Yammer Moved to Office 365
'Right To Be Forgotten': 26 Questions
IBM, California Partner in the Cloud
Sprint Becomes Google Apps Reseller
The unified communications company just kicked off the first of several major moves it plans to optimize solutions and processes for delivering Collaboration-as-a-Service via the Avaya Collaborative Cloud.
Microsoft is moving its Yammer product into its Office 365 and Outlook development teams. And Yammer co-founder and chief executive David Sacks announced that he is leaving Microsoft.
Google, Bing, Yahoo! and the European Union are playing a game of 20 Questions. Except it's 26 questions, and it's no game. The EU seeks answers to how they're implementing users' "right to be forgotten."
There's a big, new cloud coming to California, and it is powered by IBM. The tech giant said Thursday it will be supplying cloud services for more than 400 state and local agencies.
Starting next month, telecom provider Sprint will begin offering Google Apps for Business, the first time Google has teamed with a major wireless carrier for its Apps Reseller program.