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Dropbox suffers outage over the weekend

Dropbox suffered an outage on Sunday, according to users posting messages on Twitter and the Dropbox online community.  

Oracle keeps up pace while headed to the cloud, acquires Maxymiser

Oracle today announced it plans to acquire Maxymiser. Maxymiser provides cloud-based software to marketers who can then test, target and personalize what a customer will see on a website or mobile app. 

Rackspace announces Managed Cloud for Adobe Experience Manager early access program

Managed cloud provider Rackspace announced today an early access program for its upcoming new service, Managed Cloud for Adobe Experience Manager. Its designed to help marketing teams reduce the time it takes to deploy, upgrade or launch new campaigns in AEM.

Google's Apps for Work study probably too good to be true

CMS Wire poked holes in a Forrester report commissioned by Google that offers glowing figures about how dramatically Google's Apps for Work can benefit businesses. 

Do you know a cloud-first company? Nominate 1 for our annual Fierce15 award

This year, as part of our annual Fierce15 Awards, FierceEnterpriseIT will recognize 15 companies that have been particularly innovative in adopting the cloud. 

Study: Workers and IT aren't on same page with mobile or cloud services

A new AIIM report released this week looks at how businesses are making decisions about cloud and mobile access to corporate content, and how it impacts enterprise content management.

In crowded cloud storage market, Seagate shutters cloud startup Wuala

Swiss cloud storage provider Wuala announced yesterday its plans to shutdown, according to a blog post from the company.

Google pushes more enterprise functions to Chromebook

Google announced new features to make its line of Chromebooks more enterprise-ready plus a new Chromebook from Dell.

Microsoft beefs up OneDrive with collaboration-friendly features

Microsoft adds a trio of features to its OneDrive cloud storage service that makes the platform easier to collaborate on.

SuccessFactors hopes to drive more automation by better linking modules

SuccessFactors is linking together several of its products in a way that it says may help users predict future transactions and improve the self service HR experience for employees. It made the announcement during its SucccessConnect conference in Las Vegas.