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Will Google’s $57M Fine Finally Push the US Toward Comprehensive Privacy Regulations?

Will Google's $57M Fine Finally Push the US Toward Comprehensive Privacy Regulations?

Earlier this week, the CNIL — France’s data protection authority (DPA), which is responsible for monitoring and enforcing privacy rights in the country — fined Google $57 million, citing a lack of transparency and valid consent regarding the personalizing of its ads, as well as providing inadequate information.

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Death of SharePoint 2010 Countdown Begins; Share OneDrive Files With Skype

Death of SharePoint 2010 Countdown Begins; Share OneDrive Files With Skype

Everyone knew it was coming, but it’s still going to be a difficult problem to manage. Earlier this month, Bill Baer, senior product marketing manager for SharePoint at Microsoft, confirmed that the countdown to the demise of SharePoint 2010 has started. According to Baer, Windows servers supporting SharePoint Server 2010

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Microsoft Talks G Suite Migration Tool, Project Management Survey Released and More

Microsoft Talks G Suite Migration Tool, Project Management Survey Released and More

It looks like Microsoft and Google have been going at each other again in the productivity space. According to an updated roadmap,  Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft has decided to build a Google G Suite migration toolset making it easier for people using G Suite to move to Office 365.

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Enterprise Search Is More About Vision Than Technology

Enterprise Search Is More About Vision Than Technology

The past few months have been a time of "big vision" in the search business. Google and Microsoft shared announcements about their respective visions for enterprise search, and Elastic made an IPO offering that received a strong commitment from the investment community.

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Facebook Gives Workplace Added Muscle, Google Plus Isn’t Going Anywhere, and More

Facebook Gives Workplace Added Muscle, Google Plus Isn’t Going Anywhere, and More

While most of the enterprise collaboration and digital workplace chatter over the past few months has been about Slack and Microsoft Teams, Facebook made a comeback this week, despite recent data breaches and ongoing concerns about data privacy.

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