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Vitrue (www.vitrue.com) today rolled out the first phase of a massive product upgrade for its leading global social marketing platform, the Vitrue Social Relationship Management (SRM) platform 3.0. This enhanced Vitrue SRM platform represents the most expansive and innovative upgrade to-date and will give brand marketers unprecedented social marketing capabilities that easily streamline processes to achieve scale through localization and enhanced analytics and metrics -- all managed on one dashboard interface.
Do you own a Boxee Box and have an account with a little streaming music service called MOG? Well, soon enough you'll be able to pick and choose from the company's 11.5 million song strong library right on your TV. That's 320kbps audio and album art in 1080p that you can peruse using your double-sided Boxee remote and a welcome expansion of the media box's music repertoire -- which currently includes Last.FM and Pandora. You can try MOG for 14-days for free, but after that you'll have to sign up for either a $4.99-a-month basic account or a $9.99-per-month Primo account if you want to keep enjoying its streaming audio selection. Check out the PR after the break.
It's been a couple of months since EVE Online released Incarna, and players have been itching for the next step on their galactic grand conquest tour. Happily, this Thursday will see the game move forward with Incarna's 1.1 patch, a smaller-sized update that will usher in a whole new era of EVE player socializing.
Today at VMworld® 2011, Imprivata and Teradici announced availability of enhancements to Teradici PCoIP® firmware and Imprivata OneSign® software that will for the first time provide integration and interoperability of PC-over-IP (PCoIP) zero client devices with authentication management and single sign-on software. The integrated solution enables PCoIP zero client vendors, including industry leaders Cisco, Dell, LG, Samsung and Wyse, to support user authentication technologies such as a proximity badges. Healthcare providers that deploy these new zero clients with VMware View and OneSign Virtual Desktop Access™ (VDA) can fully realize the cost and workflow efficiency benefits of desktop virtualization, increase clinician satisfaction and accelerate electronic medical records (EMR) adoption through No Click Access.