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Google buys podcast app 60dB

Google buys podcast app 60dB

A podcast app 60dB will soon be shutting down. What’s going to happen to all the employees here? Not to worry! Google’s here. The podcast app was first launched previous year. It came up ... Read more

Deacom provides ERP solution to Tulco Oils to enhance workflow management and visibility

Deacom provides ERP solution to Tulco Oils to enhance workflow management and visibility

Deacom, Inc., the provider of a single-system Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution started implementation for Tulco Oils, which is a leading distributor and contract manufacturer of high qualit... Read more

LinkedIn Talent Insights to help Recruiters

LinkedIn Talent Insights to help Recruiters

LinkedIn is developing a new self-service tool. The tool is to help recruiters’ access data on talent pools and companies. The new tool is called LinkedIn Talent Insights. The big data analytics... Read more

Facebook hires 1,000 more people for better ad review

Facebook hires 1,000 more people for better ad review

Facebook’s been in troubled waters over the last couple of weeks. The company said that at least 10 million people have seen the Russia’s divisive elections ads. The ads were largely focus... Read more

ProcessPro developed new ERP solution- ProcessPro Global

ProcessPro developed new ERP solution- ProcessPro Global

ProcessPro, a leading mid-market ERP software solution company introduces which is the upcoming generation of batch process manufacturing software. This ERP solution is introduced for beverages, food,... Read more

Microsoft integrates LinkedIn with Office 365

Microsoft integrates LinkedIn with Office 365

There’s the latest news of what Microsoft is doing with LinkedIn and here it is. LinkedIn profiles are going to be integrated into Microsoft Office 365. Although Microsoft had bought LinkedIn fo... Read more

HPE to lay off 5000 employees

HPE to lay off 5000 employees

By the end of the year Hewlett and Packard Enterprises will probably cut 10 percent or as many as 5000 employees, reported Bloomberg, citing unnamed sources familiar with the matter. The 10 percent ro... Read more