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  • News: VMware Shares Vision, Looks to Horizon

    VMware CTO Steve Herrod tells VMworld attendees how the virtualization leader is managing the consumerization of IT. The vision hasn't changed a lot since last year, with one exception. The vision is now an integrated one based on the Project Horizon Suite.

  • News: vCloud vs. vSphere: VMware explains security changes

    In unveiling its VCloud suite at its annual conference this week, VMware took pains to explain how the security model for it differs significantly from that of its existing vSphere cloud computing virtualization operating system both in terms of functionality and naming conventions.

  • News: IPad management, security crucial in hospital tablet roll out

    Tablets, especially iPads, have become a way of life at the University of California, Irvine Medical Center, which now issues the tablets to incoming medical students and just last month, the hospital's Department of Emergency Medicine said it's giving iPads to all 18 of its resident physicians as part of a patient-care initiative.

  • News: Cloud-based business continuity more than a Vision for specialist manufacturer

    M&I Materials, the manufacturer of specialist materials for industry and science, has deployed a cloud-based business continuity system for its mission critical business platforms.

  • News: 4 Strategies for Managing Junior IT Professionals

    Spring and summer school sessions have ended, and, if you're like a number of organizations around the globe, you have a giant pile of resumes and just a handful of openings for some fresh faces to join your firm at the bottom rungs of the corporate ladder. Hiring the right person is a difficult process, but managing the new employees--or, let's be honest, managing any employee--is even more challenging. Nobody sets out to be a bad manager, but that transformation can happen over time if your policies and your behavior are left unchecked.

  • News: Tidemark looks to reinvent cloud-based analytics through mobile platform

    Leveraging a cloud-based delivery platform, Hadoop-powered analytics software and a mobile delivery platform, Tidemark looks to compete with industry giants SAP, Oracle and IBM in the enterprise performance management space.

  • News: VMworld 2012: VMware declares death to vRAM pricing

    The incoming CEO of VMware kicked off VMworld 2012 with a gift to customers: the death of a pricing scheme based on how much memory was devoted to virtual machines, a confusing and costly way to measure license fees.

  • News: Windows 8 migrations manageable, argues support firm

    Windows 8 may be the most disruptive operating system upgrade in 17 years, but the learning curve isn't as steep as some have claimed, enterprise support company PC Helps said today.

  • News: Blue Coat takes malware hunt to the node

    Tracking infrastructure of malnets gives the security industry 'the big picture,' says company researcher

  • Opinion: FreshBooks Launches IPhone App

    FreshBooks, a popular web-based invoicing and expense-tracking service for small businesses, today launched an iPhone app that integrates with--and delivers the same features as--the original desktop browser-based version.

  • News: QuickBooks Online Gets Some Mint.com Data Entry Smarts

    QuickBooks Online, the web-based version of Intuit's popular small-business accounting software, is getting an update that includes improved online banking features and income transaction tracking.

  • News: IBM goes big on new mainframe with fastest chip, flash memory

    IBM's latest mainframe, the zEnterprise zEC12, is big on data analytics and hybrid clouds.

  • News: Cisco, VMware doing just fine, thank you

    Just when everyone was preparing for a crack, Cisco and VMware say they have expanded their strategic relationship to offer integrated products for cloud infrastructures.

  • News: IBM to buy cloud HR software vendor Kenexa for $1.3B

    IBM plans to boost its enterprise social line of software by acquiring Kenexa, a maker of cloud-based human resources applications, the companies said on Monday.

  • News: VMware Kills vRAM Pricing With vSphere 5.1

    To cheers from the audience at VMworld 2012 , VMware's incoming CEO Pat Gelsinger announces that VMware is eliminating the vRAM entitlement that many customers say drove up prices and reduced flexibility.

  • News: Big Data, Cloud and virtualisation build Red Hat growth

    Big Data, the Cloud and virtualisation have been the drivers behind Red Hat's growth, according to the open source vendor's A/NZ managing director, Max McLaren.

  • News: Husqvarna's e-commerce app to unify workflow with business partners, factories

    Husqvarna Group, the Swedish-based maker of outdoor lawn and garden equipment, is powering up an updated e-commerce network designed to better share business information with tens of thousands of trading partners around the world and facilitate order fulfillment with the company's factories.

  • News: 10 Key Questions to Assess Application Outsourcing Maturity

    As more companies look to external IT service providers to help them both innovate and optimize, many are initially surprised by the amount of change required for a relationship to work successfully -- issues that extend well beyond onboarding supplemental, temporary staff. Many companies think that the key to outsourcing success is selecting the right partner, but even the best partner will disappoint you if you are not prepared and organized for an outsourcing arrangement.

  • News: When using Apple Store's EasyPay isn't so easy

    Apple's EasyPay service promises Apple Store shoppers a fast way to conduct business at the company's retail outlets, letting them buy items without even talking to a store employee. It's fast and convenient--but one New Jersey teenager claims he got more than he bargained for, after he was accused of trying to walk out of the Apple Store on New York's Fifth Avenue without paying for a pair of headphones.

  • News: We're hiring and we're bipartisan, says tech lobby in Tampa

    Among those attending the Republican National Convention in Tampa this week is Perse Faily, the CEO of start-up EMN8. When the convention is over, she will head over to the Democratic National Convention with the same message.



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