Long Known for Storing and Sharing, Box Aims to Be More About Doing

Do things with the stuff you store.

The Latest From Chrome and Android at Google Launch Event

Google this morning will show off the latest in its Chrome and Android lines.

Anticipating IPO in 2014, Ping Identity Raises $44 Million Series F

A vision in which enterprise security pivots around the identity.


The Building Is the New Server

SaaS will win the enterprise market.

Seven Questions for Google Enterprise Chief Amit Singh

Is Google Apps finally mainstream yet?

Backupify Has Google Apps’ Back With New Enterprise Update

An update to a service that backs up those items in Google Apps, just in case.


Google to Rein In Free Version of Software

Google Inc. said it stopped offering its suite of Web-based software for businesses — known as Google Apps — free of charge to groups of 10 or fewer users, as it moves to generate revenue from previously free services.

Smartsheet — Spreadsheets Reimagined — Lands $26 Million From Insight and Madrona

If emailing spreadsheets as attachments is your idea of office collaboration, Smartsheet has something it would like to show you.

News Byte

Is This the Bottom of the Barrel? Google Cuts a Few More Features.

Google, in continuing its efforts to “put more wood behind fewer arrows,” has shuttered all sorts of products in the past year. Today, it seems to be scraping the bottom of the barrel to add another four: Google Apps for Teams (for organizations that want to use apps but not Gmail), Google Listen (a podcast app made redundant by other Google Play apps), Google Video for Business (made redundant by Google Drive) and some corporate blogs that are updated infrequently.


Microsoft Hits Back as Google Muscles In

Behind the scenes, Microsoft is stepping up its efforts to halt Google’s encroachment on its business-software turf.