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Unisys Forms Cloud Offerings Partnership with BMC

Unisys has formed a joint marketing and sales venture with BMC Software, allowing both companies to deliver cloud management services to various enterprises. The partnership pairs BMC’s generation Cloud Lifecycle Management with the cloud advisory, implementation and management services offered by Unisys. Both companies will work together to discuss strategy, …

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QinetiQ North America Wins Contract from US Army

QinetiQ North America announced it has received a contract award from the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center in Huntsville, Ala. The five-year contract is worth $39.8 million and supports the center’s Architecture Characterization Program. QinetiQ will perform architecture definition, concept development, scenario development, constructive simulation …

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ATK to Open New Aircraft Facility

ATK will open its new 615,000 square-foot Aircraft Commercial Center of Excellence in August in Clearfield, Utah. The facility will serve as the headquarters for ATK Aerospace Structures commercial aircraft programs and will manufacture commercial airframes, engine components for the Airbus A350, General Electric and Rolls-Royce engine programs. The facility …

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Bob Dawkins of A-T Solutions, American Military University Receives Excellence in Teaching Award

Dr. Bob Dawkins, director of education and standards at A-T Solutions Inc., has received the  American Public University System Excellence in Teaching Award. A-T Solutions has a partnership with American Military University, one of the schools within APUS, to ensure that participants in the company’s counterterrorism training programs are eligible …

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SAP Labs Named 2011 ‘Bay Area Top Workplace’

SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) announced today SAP Labs in Palo Alto, Calif., has been named a “Bay Area Top Workplace” for 2011. The honor was bestowed upon the company by the Bay Area News Group, a collection of publications that includes the San Jose Mercury News and the Oakland Tribune. …

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Salesforce Leads the Way in Social Enterprising

Salesforce is championing the merge between businesses and social media, proclaiming its commitment to assist its customers in becoming “social enterprises.” Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff said during the on-demand software vendor’s Cloudforce June 16 event that as the amount of time spent on social media sites increases, companies must update …

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FCC Penalizes Phone Companies for Cramming

FCC has proposed $11.7 million in penalties against four companies that appeared to have charged customers thousands of dollars in unauthorized charges through a practice known as “cramming.” The act occurs when a company places charges on a consumer’s phone bill without authorization. Customers were charged anywhere from $1.99 to …

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Siemens to Offer Energy Solutions to California City

Siemens Corporation has been tapped to provide energy-saving solutions to one California town. City leaders in Millbrae, Calif., have unanimously approved drafting a contract in conjunction with the company to analyze the city’s energy consumption with the goal of cutting back. Siemens is scheduled to perform a full energy audit, …

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Robert Reilly to Join SAIC as U.S. Navy Account Executive

Science Applications International Corporation (NYSE: SAI) has invited Robert D. Reilly, Jr. to join the company as the U.S. Navy strategic account executive. Reilly will serve as head of the Navy Account Management Team, where he will identify and execute strategic initiatives aimed at growing SAIC’s Navy business and enhancing …

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