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proappsIn today’s fast-paced work environment, all professionals need a bunch of tools to keep them relevant, productive, and free from distractions. Today we’re going to talk about five of the best apps of 2014 which are essential for each and every professional out there, no matter which industry you belong to.

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sage crmSage North America, provider of business management software and services to small and medium-sized businesses, announced the release of Sage CRM 2014 R2, the latest version of its cloud-based CRM solution.

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google cloud engineGoogle want to get cloud developers’ attention all over again with open source Cloud Dataflow SDK for Java. The service is still fairly new, announced at Google’s annual developer conference I/O earlier this year. Cloud Dataflow is the company’s big data analytics solution that is created with the idea of crunching streaming or batch mode information flow.

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ibm softlayerIBM is on an expansion drive when it comes to its cloud services across the globe. The global technology giant is adding even more data centres to fuel its growth. The company is now adding 8 new data centre locations using a partnership with the company Equinix. The new data centres are located in Germany, Japan, and Mexico City. All these are part of the company’s $1.2 billion investment plans that it announced last year.

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red hat ent linux for sap hanaIt is all about ‘Innovation, Leadership, and Choice’. That is what the top leaderships of SAP and Red Hat have decided to come together and announced the availability of a new Red Hat Enterprise Linux variant: Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA.

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tech booksThere’s no shortage of technical books for software developers. The problem is — it’s really difficult to choose which books to reference. In today’s fast-paced development timelines, there’s little time to waste on the wrong ones. Today we’ll share with you the five essential technical books every software developer must read.

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espresso logic rest apiEspresso Logic announced that it is adding data virtualization for mobile and web app backend developers to its reactive programming based back-end-as-a-service (BaaS). Last year, Espresso launched the first BaaS that uses a unique reactive programming approach to accelerate backend app development time.

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coding tools listIf you’re writing code in today’s time, you want to write it using efficient IDEs that not only make you more productive, but also add more value to your existing skill set, and help you create the best possible solution out of it.

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khosla venturesKhosla Ventures, a major VC company, is raising a fresh round of $400 million in seed funding as it looks to expand its portfolio in the upcoming year. According to the latest SEC filing by the company, the company hasn’t sold its allocation for the new Seed C fund. Khosla Ventures as founded by Vinod Khosla, co-founder of Sun Microsystems.

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adobe acquires fotoliaAdobe (NASDAQ:ADBE) announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately-held Fotolia, a leading marketplace for royalty-free photos, images, graphics and HD video, for approximately $800 million in cash.