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Venture Firms Win With Billion-Dollar Quick Flips

Venture capital firms, already reveling in the most vibrant initial public offering market in more than half a decade, are being further propelled by a spate of billion-dollar acquisitions.

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New software lets teachers control student devices

The lines are blurring between mobile device management (MDM) and classroom management software, as both now offer some classroom-level control over students’ mobile devices.

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Sources: Microsoft Mulled AirWatch Buy To Bolster Mobile Device Management Portfolio

Microsoft is preparing to roll out a bundle of products called Enterprise Mobility Suite and plans to pitch it to enterprises that need to manage Windows Phones, iOS and Android mobile devices, according to a report Wednesday from ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley.

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The Healthcare Insider Goes Mobile with AirWatch

Paul McRae walks us through the importance of mobility device management and the unique solutions that AirWatch offers within the Healthcare space.

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The Legal Side of BYOD

Enterprise Connect Orlando 2014 has just wrapped up, and once again the topic of bring your own device (BYOD) programs was high on the agenda.

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Increasing Value of Your Mobile Device Management Solution

Mobile device management (MDM) will mature in 2014, growing into a $1.6 billion industry according to Gartner Inc.* and over the next five years, 65 percent of corporations will adopt MDM to address security concerns from smartphones and tablets.

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VMware Gets Analyst Upgrade On New Market Opportunity

VMware (VMW) can realize incremental revenue opportunities outside its core market, says investment bank Sterne Agee, which on Monday upgraded the stock to buy.

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March Causes IT Madness

Enterprises that think the NCAA men’s basketball tournament is just a drain on corporate productivity — as much as $1.2 billion lost for every wasted hour, according to Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc.‘s annual study — are overlooking the bigger headache: Workers are using third-party mobile apps to keep up with the so-called Super Bowl of college sports.

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Best- And Worst- Performing Cloud Computing Stocks March 17th To March 21st And Year-to-Date

The six highest performing cloud computing stocks year-to-date in the Cloud Computing Index are Fusion-IO (NYSE: FIO), Akamai (NASDAQ: AKAM), F5 Networks FFIV +2.75% (NASDAQ: FFIV), VMWare (NYSE:WMV, Workday WDAY +3.83% (NYSE:WDAY) and Qualys QLYS +2.16% (NASDAQ: QYLS).

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Apple is Making Your Job Easier

It took a while, but Apple is taking enterprise IT more seriously.

Apple announced updates to iOS 7.1, scheduled for later this month, and programs to streamline large-scale device deployments, simplify mobile device management, beef up security and improve app purchasing and distribution for business.

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