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Office365 is the most popular mobile app for work

Microsoft now owns three of the top five most popular mobile business applications, according to a recent report from CCS Insight Microsoft current mobile strategy is nothing but to become the No.1 app maker on existing mobile platforms. Their consumer apps are not so popular to replace Facebook, Amazon or Google, but there’s another important parallel world called the enterprise….

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Spanish police raid Catalan gov’t telecommunications center, reports say

Spanish police have occupied the Catalan government’s communications hub on the eve of a banned independence referendum which Madrid is attempting to thwart, the regional authority said on Saturday. Tens of thousands of Catalans are expected to vote in a ballot that will have no legal status as it has been blocked by Spain’s Constitutional Court and Madrid has sent…

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Croatian-based Tech Company Oradian Wins the European FinTech Award for the Most Innovative Banking Software

Oradian, the fintech company from Zagreb, claimed its position as a leading provider with its first place finish in the European FinTech Awards competition, recognising its Innovative Banking Software designed specially for microfinance institutions. At the awards event held in Brussels on September 27, the finalists and Europe’s most prospective tech companies from each category went head-to-head in a pitch competition, judged by fintech experts, investors and academics….

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US consumers happier with OTT but cord cutters decline

US pay-TV subscribers are growing increasingly satisfied with over-the-top streaming TV services such as Netflix and Hulu, but they are also spending nearly an hour more a week watching regularly scheduled television programming than they did two years ago, according to studies from JD Power. Overall customer satisfaction with the streaming video service experience (7.91 on a 10-point scale) and…

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Teleing offers 12 months’ free mobile telephony

Slovenian cable operator Teleing has introduced a mobile telephony offer along with existing fixed-line services. New mobile customers will pay EUR 2.99 per month, with the first twelve months free of charge. READ MORE: A1 Slovenia introduces first 100 GB mobile plan Customers can retain their existing mobile number, make unlimited calls to Teleing and T-2 networks, send SMS and MMS…

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