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Microsoft enables DLP on OneDrive for Business

Organizations can now limit the devices that will be allowed to synchronize with OneDrive for Business.

Microsoft adds support for searchable handwriting in OneNote

Microsoft his week added the ability to search through handwritten notes in its popular OneNote app.

News Scan: Culture, legacy systems doom many transformation efforts; Moms in IT reveal how they best juggle it all; More

The top news stories for May 7, 2015.

Microsoft SQL Server 2016 will offer ability to stretch into Azure

Upcoming SQL Server 2016 will come with the ability to expand into Azure, gains more robust encryption.

Step one for big data payoffs: Asking the right questions

There's an old saying that, "It's not how big it is. It's what you do with it that counts." That, in a nutshell, sums up big data.

EnterpriseDB eyes enterprise market with partnership with Lenovo

EnterpriseDB plans to promote the use of its Postgres Plus Advanced Server database engine running on Lenovo's servers. 

New IT business suite from Numerify aims to simplify cloud-based analytics

IT leaders are being afforded a 360 view into their operational and financial performance, with the release tofay of several new products by Numerify as part of its cloud-based analytics suite.

LinkedIn's new Elevate app aims to share employee content while promoting company brands

LinkedIn has debuted a new offering that could soon turn your employees into content-sharing wizards and help you grow the company brand at the same time.  

Google integration, '5-minute' implementation key differentiators for CRM startup ProsperWorks

In the fast-paced world of startups and small- to medium-sized businesses, teams with varied responsibilities look at tasks like entering data into CRMs as a time sink. One startup called ProsperWorks, boasting a "five-minutes or less" setup and an intuitive platform built on Google apps, hopes to get those less-established businesses quickly up and running.

Here's how Adidas caught a $200k employee theft while testing a new data mining program

With a worldwide operation, complicated supply chains and retail outfits on top of manufacturing responsibilities, getting product to the buyer is not as easy as Adidas makes it seem. But using a data mining and loss prevention program powered by Oracle MICROS XBRi, the company has harnessed its point-of-sale data to cut down on preventable losses and build a leaner business.