Links 3/27/2014: More on SAP's Fieldglass buy (no, its not virtual reality) ; Comcast Cloud DVR Launches in Philly

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Amazon's WorkSpaces becomes generally available (PC World)

Amazon Web Services lands DoD security authorization (ZDNet)

Good News or Bad? It’s Getting Easier to Be a Temp (Wall Street Journal: Corporate Intelligence)
On SAP's acquisition of Fieldglass.

SAP/Ariba to Buy Fieldglass: Initial Analysis (Spend Matters)
Intelligent guesstimate of how much it costed.

Oracle Talent Management Cloud Extends, Expands Dell Boomi Relationship to Integrate Customer Data in Talent Management Cloud (Business Wire)

Intel just installed itself in Hadoop guru Cloudera – and why their rivals should be worried (The Register)

NBCUniversal-Owned DailyCandy and Television Without Pity Will Be Shut Down (Re/code)

Comcast Exec: Cable Industry on Track for Simplified, Distributed Networks (Light Reading)

Comcast Cloud DVR Launches in Philly, Chicago Next
(Light Reading)

Comcast’s David Cohen: Merger With Time Warner Cable ‘Not a Very Scary Story’ (Variety)

Aereo Defends Service as Supreme Court Hearing Looms (Re/code)

Amazon Plans Free Video-Streaming Service, WSJ Reports (TechCrunch)

Comcast clears up confusion over cable modems on its Extreme 105 service (FierceCable)

Lithium Confirms That It Has Acquired Klout (TechCrunch)

Synchronoss Can See Lift From Q1 iPad Activations, Says Avondale (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Cross-industry IoT group pushes for gear that works together (PC World)

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