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Entries in Enterprise (26)


Adobe and Microsoft aiming to standardize e-signatures and collaboration in the cloud

Adobe and Microsoft are announcing the next major milestone of our strategic partnership. This significant next step spans Adobe Creative Cloud, Document Cloud and Experience Cloud, and includes Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Teams and Azure. All-new joint solutions, available in a matter of weeks, will increase workforce productivity for hundreds of millions of people and will ensure individuals and teams can efficiently collaborate, communicate, and drive decision-making across devices.

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HP announces world’s most secure enterprise printers

HP today announced three new enterprise class LaserJet printers that deliver increased protection against malicious attacks. The stronger security is part of a broader HP strategy to provide the deepest security across PCs and printers.

“Protecting against security breaches is one of the biggest challenges our customers face,” said Tuan Tran, vice president and general manager,LaserJet and Enterprise Solutions business, HP. “HP is helping customers secure their devices, documents and data by defending our enterprise printers with the strongest protection in the industry.”

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Windows 10 ushers in a new era for Microsoft

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Windows 10 is officially available starting today and for free to many exisiting Windows 7 and Windows 8 users in 190 countries who have opted for the update and whose hardware supports the features and capabilities that the much awaited OS offers.

Restoring a lot of the familiarity of the desktop-focused Windows 7 OS from 2009, Windows 10 does bring significant features to exisiting desktop users as well as touchscreen or 2-in-1 devices.

Many exisiting Windows users have received the option of 'reserving' their copy of Windows 10. This has allowed Microsoft to slowly install the necessary files and drivers on those PCs which will receive a staggered rollout to Windows 10 starting today. Microsoft is hoping to get 1 billion devices in the next 2-3 years. 

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Air Canada to use IBM apps on Apple mobile devices

Air Canada joins around 500 companies working with Apple and its enterprise partner IBM. This partnership was formed to help boost the stagnant sales of the iPad and to help make inroads in the enterprise market. Apple CFO Luca Maestri revealed details of this partnership during a call to discuss the company’s third-quarter earnings.

Maestri won’t divulge how many workers are using the apps. Although, for example, only a few Air Canada flight attendants could be using the Passenger+ app. This app lets them see passenger and flight information via an iPad. Other companies and even governments working with Apple and IBM include U.K. energy provider National Grid, Mexican bank Banorte, and American Eagle Outfitters. The companies are also working with the Japanese government for solutions to help care for its aging population. The partnership has yielded 35 apps and they still seem to be on track to meet the 100 apps they plan to release by the end of the year.

Source: ComputerWorld