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  • News: Government threatens legal action against midata laggards

    The government is threatening to bring in new laws to force organisations to share the data they are holding on the public, as it continues to promote its midata initiative.

  • News: Computerized conveniences make cars next target for hackers

    No confirmed serious attacks on cars, but automakers are skittish about publicizing efforts to deal with increasing risk

  • News: Siemens flaw would require sophistication to exploit

    While vulnerability serious, gaining control of critical infrastructure would require compromising computer used to access industrial systems

  • News: Real-name policies tied with censorship in Asia

    While online real-name policies have gained traction in the U.S. due to the policies of Facebook and Google+, they are increasingly linked with censorship in Asia, where governments mandate their use with the stated goal of squelching rumors and libel online.

  • News: White House offers 'We The People' petition app under open source license

    The source code of "We The People," the online system that can be used by citizens to submit their petitions to the White House, is being offered as open source software, an official said on Thursday.

  • News: Feds give break on electronic health records

    The Office of the National Coordinator for Healthcare IT has published the final EHR certification criteria for Stage 2 of Meaningful Use, and there was one major change, more time to meet the deadline.

  • News: Outsourcing to G4S still under consideration by three police forces

    Three police authorities in the UK are still considering outsourcing their organisational support services to G4S, despite it coming under fire for under-supplying security staff for the London Olympic Games this summer.

  • News: BT set to recruit 400 broadband engineers

    BT has announced plans to recruit an additional 400 broadband engineers, to be filled mostly by ex-armed forces personnel, after it was claimed earlier in the year by an ex-BT executive that it faced a shortage.

  • News: New VMware products, services target small, medium businesses at VMworld

    Businesses with less than 1,000 employees get special attention next week at VMware's VMworld conference in San Francisco where it will introduce products and partnerships to make virtualization friendlier to firms with limited resources.

  • News: FCC approves Verizon spectrum deal with roll-out demands

    The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has conditionally approved a multibillion swap of wireless spectrum between Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile and four of the biggest cable TV system operators in the U.S.

  • News: Dell expands private cloud offerings

    Dell on Thursday said it will offer dedicated servers in its data centers and off-premises application and storage services for companies looking to establish private clouds.

  • News: Google+ sucks up to more big shots with vanity URLs

    Google this week is greatly expanding availability of custom URLs for users of its Google+ social networking site, a move designed to make it easier for people and companies to promote their presence.

  • News: FCC approves Verizon spectrum deal with roll-out demands

    The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has conditionally approved a multibillion swap of wireless spectrum between Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile and four of the biggest cable TV system operators in the U.S.

  • News: Oracle software glitch mars semester's start for university, students

    The first week of class at Washington State University has been a tumultuous one for students and parents who depend on financial aid, due to a software glitch in a recently installed Oracle PeopleSoft system.

  • Opinion: 'Big Security' a Natural, Necessary Extension of Big Data

    Big data is poised to grow well beyond the enterprise - and anything we can imagine today. Think of how the assembly line changed the automobile and, consequently, our lives. Keeping big data secure will require an equally innovative approach. CIO.com columnist Bernard Golden calls it 'big security,' and he doesn't think the industry is ready for it yet.

  • News: Big Data Analytics Today Lets Businesses Play Moneyball

    Hype continues to surround big data analytics. But hype or not, data-driven decision-making is becoming central to management decisions at most enterprises. They are taking inspiration from Billy Beane, the general manager of the Oakland Athletics baseball team that turned to data analytics (known as Sabermetrics in baseball and made popular in the movie, "Moneyball") to assemble a competitive baseball team despite the organization's limited financial resources.

  • News: Facebook Redesigns Messages, Adds Search and More

    To fix its clunky messaging platform, Facebook is rolling out a redesigned interface and a few features intended to make it more user-friendly. Here's what to expect.

  • News: BYOD Security Demands Mobile Data Protection Strategy

    As federal agencies develop strategies for an increasingly mobile workforce, the traditional methods of securing a desktop environment have to evolve to account for the growing crop of wireless devices in use. Symantec vice president of public sector urges federal CIOs to embrace BYOD, but to update their security posture to also focus on files and applications.

  • News: VMware Workstation 9 is all about Windows 8

    Staying ahead of Microsoft itself, VMware has updated its Workstation desktop computer hypervisor so it can run Microsoft's soon-to-be-released Windows 8.

  • News: Budding Entrepreneurs Showcase Technology Innovations

    "Coastal defense in India is still far behind the global standards. We have developed an autonomous underwater vehicle for coastal monitoring. These are hi-tech water vehicles manned by robots that can monitor our coasts under water, and capable of taking defensive action with almost zero time lag under threat conditions. India does not possess such robots, our cost-effective solution can help the Indian defense industry," say IIT Kharagpur graduates Siddartha Khastgir and AnubhaV Sahoo, the winners of Intel India Embedded Challenge, 2012.

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