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Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff carefully curates his company's image.

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Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff carefully curates his company's image.

Salesforce CEO Benioff Tries Out Some New Material

Salesforce.com, which makes software to help businesses hone their sales and marketing campaigns, is taking a red pen to its own corporate messaging. For the past couple of years, Chief Executive Officer Marc Benioff has been pitching prospective customers on...

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China has been the top source of cyber-attack traffic since the last quarter of 2011, according to a study by Akamai.

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China has been the top source of cyber-attack traffic since the last quarter of 2011, according to a study by Akamai.

One-Third of Cyber Attack Traffic Originates in China, Akamai Says

About one-third of the world’s cyber attack traffic was traced back to China, according to a report by Akamai Technologies to be published today. Between July and September of last year, about 33 percent of the attacks originated in China, double...

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A Toshiba Excite Android tablet is shown at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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A Toshiba Excite Android tablet is shown at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Android Is Red Hot, Except With the Business Crowd

Google’s Android software for mobile devices has opened up a wide lead in market share, but it hasn’t made the same inroads with a lucrative niche: businesspeople. While Android is expected to grab 68 percent of the smartphone market this...

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Up to this point, the cloud vendor of choice has been Amazon.com, whose web services unit has built a beachhead since it was launched in 2006.

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Up to this point, the cloud vendor of choice has been Amazon.com, whose web services unit has built a beachhead since it was launched in 2006.

For Google’s Cloud to Beat Amazon’s, It First Must Survive

Buzz, Gears, Wave, Knol, Web Accelerator — that’s just a partial list of Google’s failed products in recent years. Then there’s Google TV, Google Reader and Google Wallet, which may or may not be busts — the jury is still...

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