In October, Google announced that they would let customers who had a current enterprise agreement (EA) with Microsoft to use Google Apps for Work for free until the EA expires. At that point, the customer is expected to begin paying Google the regular subscription fees ($5 per month per user for the productivity apps or $10 per user for unlimited storage).
At its first conference as a standalone entity, HP Enterprise is pushing its vision of a cloud that spans both the enterprise data center and a variety of competing providers, all powered by what chief executive Meg Whitman says his HP's biggest breakthrough in years. Is what HPE bring to the table enough to commit to?
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Keeping track of what's in the cloud, on your Intranet, and on your users' devices is becoming harder and harder, but Microsoft thinks it might have at least part of the answer in Secure Islands. It announced it had acquired the nine-year-old company today.