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  • News: ISACA sets six key principles for cloud rollouts

    Global information security managers' association ISACA has announced the six key considerations it feels are necessary when rolling out enterprise cloud computing strategies.

  • News: Government announces new SME initiatives

    The government has announced initiatives that it says will help double the amount of business that it currently does with SMEs by the end of the financial year.

  • News: Daimler signs HP infrastructure services deal

    Daimler has signed a major infrastructure services deal with HP that will support key systems at the luxury car maker.

  • News: Sony division moves some services to OpenStack

    The headline of the Network World story, "Sony division drops AWS, goes OpenStack," which posted to the newswire Friday, has been changed to read, "Sony division moves some services to OpenStack." The story also now has a new third paragraph, a new second sentence at the end of the fourth paragraph, and the last sentence of the 18th and last paragraph of the story before the credit line has been removed. An editor's note has also been added to the end of the story. Editors are asked to make the changes to the story as soon as possible. The changes have been made to the story as it appears on the wire, so that it now has the new headline, and all of the changes read, in order:

  • News: Remains of the Day: Stage presence

    Former Apple exec Ron Johnson is in the spotlight, Apple brings the curtain down on any idea of a "Kindle threat," and iTunes Match now allows for encore performances of some movies. The show remainders for Friday, March 9, 2012 must go on.

  • Opinion: Lost Smartphone? Don't Plan On Seeing It Again

    You know that sinking feeling in your stomach when you realize you don't know where your smartphone is? Thankfully, every time I have experienced that I have been able to resolve it by simply calling it and following the rings to find out what couch cushion it fell behind. But, what happens when you really lose your smartphone--like leaving it in a taxi, or at a restaurant?

  • News: Microsoft : OnLive, cloud provider of Windows and Office, is improperly licensed

    OnLive, a company that recently began offering hosted Windows and Office software remotely from its servers to iPad and Android tablet users, is in violation of Microsoft licensing rules, according to a Microsoft official.

  • News: 'Big data' skills in short supply

    The Ultra Fast Broadband and Rural Broadband Initiative schemes could allow New Zealand companies to move, aggregate and analyse relatively large amounts of data and hence improve business efficiency and effectiveness through predictive modelling. But a shortage of analysis skills - and slowness in change of attitude - may limit the take-up of such technology.

  • News: KONY 2012 video whips up social media firestorm

    A 30-minute video about an African warlord and his army blasted its way onto the Internet this week, lighting up social networks like Facebook and Twitter and becoming a YouTube phenomenon.

  • News: Apple to shut down iWork.com

    Apple on Friday announced that the iWork.com public beta will close its virtual doors on July 31.

  • News: Nigeria's move to liquidate Nitel highlights problems in privatization process

    The Nigerian government's decision this week to liquidate Nitel, the country's incumbent telecom operator, has put the SAT-3 submarine cable as well as various exchanges, transmission stations and cabling networks up for grabs.

  • News: Cloud economics improving for users in wake of price cuts

    Cloud computing price cuts by Google, Amazon and now Microsoft may indicate that businesses are discovering that moving to the cloud doesn't always save costs.

  • News: Oracle application upgrades driven by end of support

    Two new Oracle user group surveys show that customers have a mixed bag of plans for ERP (enterprise resource planning) application upgrades, with concerns over expiring support windows cited as the leading impetus for ongoing or upcoming projects.

  • News: Yorkshire and Clydesdale banks issues continue

    Some Yorkshire Bank and Clydesdale Bank customers are still experiencing problems with using their debit cards after an IT glitch earlier this week.

  • News: White House names Park as new CTO

    U.S. President Barack Obama has appointed Todd Park as the new CTO for the U.S. government.

  • News: New key technology simplifies data encryption in the cloud

    Many companies cite data security as their top inhibitor to cloud adoption. Data encryption is a logical security measure, but key management can be tricky. Now there's a new service that simplifies key management while ensuring that no one but the data owner ever knows the master key.

  • News: Microsoft : OnLive, cloud provider of Windows and Office, is improperly licensed

    OnLive, a company that recently began offering hosted Windows and Office software remotely from its servers to iPad and Android tablet users, is in violation of Microsoft licensing rules, according to a Microsoft official.

  • News: Dropbox Website Gets Big Facelift: Hands-On First Look

    The online storage service Dropbox has overhauled its Website, making it a lot more useful for managing files without a native app. The revamp brings a much-needed upgrade to Dropbox making the management of files through the Web much easier.

  • News: Proposed EU data laws under fire from both sides

    Proposed new European laws on data protection have come under fire from both sides this week.

  • News: Watson clones could be delivered through the cloud

    IBM, whose Watson computer system last year famously beat two of the "Jeopardy!" game show's top contestants, is now looking to deliver the AI-powered computer framework through the cloud.



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