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Cisco, Sprint tapped for Kansas City IoT deployment

Kansas City is working with Cisco, Sprint and a range of partners on fa large-scale IoT deployment

Kansas City, Missourim announced a deal with Cisco and Sprint that will see the municipality deploy an Internet of Things (IoT) platform it said will transform the urban services it offers citizens.

Sprint to offer Google Apps to enterprise customers

Sprint will offer enterprise customers Google Apps for Business

Sprint has announced that it will begin offering Google Apps for Business to enterprise customers in August. The US telco said it plans to provide the full array of Google Apps and emphasize a mobile-focused approach to using the cloud suite. It will also provide and offer online training and support free.

Sprint taps IBM for cloud connected cars

Sprint has tapped IBM for an update to the Sprint Velocity infotainment platform

Sprint has tapped IBM for an update to the Sprint Velocity infotainment platform that allows drivers to sync car settings with the cloud.

Orange brings enterprise cloud infrastructure to Asia and North America

Orange Business Services plans to enter new regions in a bid to attract MNCs and capture more market share globally

European-based firm Orange Business Services on Tuesday announced the expansion of its Flexible Computing enterprise cloud offering to Asia and North America, in a bid to capture a growing share of demand for networked cloud infrastructure services from multinational corporations (MNCs).

Erase and rewind

In a week during which the UK distinguished itself as the “Whiplash Capital of Europe” thanks to its rep for filing dodgy insurance claims, The Informer is pleased to note that, in the technology world at least, injury-preventing U-turns have been the order of the day.