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Acumatica reveals Alexa for Service ability, brand-new cloud softw …

Acumatica CEO Jon Roskill. (Acumatica Photo) Acumatica, the Seattle-area maker of cloud-based business management software, is out with what it calls the first ever business application skill for Alexa for Business as well as new tie-ins with products from Microsoft, Google, Tableau Software and more. The new Acumatica Alexa skill lets customers do a variety of things via voice command, including checking inventory, looking up and approving expenses and updating opportunities in customer relationship management tools. These are exactly the kinds of scenarios Amazon imagined when it […]

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Lifesize Cloud Evaluation – Internet Conferencing

Video conferencing is no longer about just talking to your team. Like other web conferencing software, Lifesize comes with a wide range of helpful features, like screen sharing and video recording, that will make communicating needs, establishing goals, and analyzing data that much easier for employees and managers alike. Pricing for Lifesize is based on how many users will take advantage of the software on a monthly basis. The three different pricing plans, Mini, Small, and Medium, offer between 25 and 250 users, with added features at […]

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Harmony Skill currently utilizing Google Cloud Skill Service to p.

Ever have one of those, “Aha!”, moments where suddenly a puzzle that seemed to be missing a piece to became complete? That’s how I felt a little earlier today. Peter Clayton of TotalPicture forwarded to me a press release that he received from our friends over at Symphony Talent. They were announcing that they are now live as a Google Cloud Talent Solution partner, under which Symphony Talent will use Google’s search technology — the best in the world — to power the job search on the […]

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What Diane Greene’s Separation Indicates for Google Cloud

Alphabet, the parent of Google, generated 86 percent of its revenue from advertising last year. On Friday, the woman leading its best shot at building a second big revenue stream said she is leaving. Diane Greene, a storied entrepreneur and cloud computing executive, has been leading Google’s cloud computing division since early 2016. Snagging her was seen as a good sign for the company’s effort to compete with Amazon and Microsoft in the booming business of providing computing infrastructure for other sites and businesses. Greene’s announcement Friday […]

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AWR Cloud – Evaluation 2018

Advanced Web Ranking (AWR) Cloud is a search engine optimization (SEO) tool that has rank tracking as its main area of strength, but it can also help you with any other part of your business’s SEO strategy. AWR Cloud (which begins at $49 per month) falls in the middle of three main SEO areas: ad hoc keyword research, ongoing position monitoring, and website crawling. AWR Cloud has brand recognition, and focuses on search positions for which your site ranks, and whether it is doing well or losing […]

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Carbon Black releases sophisticated danger searching from the cloud

Most endpoint detection tools collect only a limited set of data, which can make it hard for teams to track down and combat threats. To address this issue, endpoint security specialist Carbon Black is launching a new threat hunting tool as part of its Predictive Security Cloud (PSC). Cb ThreatHunter continuously collects unfiltered data, giving security teams all the information they need to proactively hunt threats, uncover suspicious and stealthy behavior, disrupt active attacks, repair damage quickly and address gaps in defenses before attackers can. “One year […]

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Google Presses Business Approach Beyond the Cloud

The US is sizzling through record summer heat, but that didn’t stop Google from dropping a blizzard of enterprise cloud news this month. Google claims 105 announcements at the Google Cloud Next conference last week alone, and there were a few more the week before. It’s easy to become confused under that sheer volume of news. I know I sometimes was. It seems like I spent much of the past week hunched over my keyboard, punching out one story after another, in a windowless meeting room that […]

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