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  • News: Harris kills hosted cloud service program

    In what could be a sign of hesitation by some IT executives to store sensitive data in the cloud, Harris Corp. has pulled out of its off-premise remote hosting business because of lack of adoption from customers.

  • News: Epicor suit claims company is providing third-party support illegally

    Epicor is trying to stop Utah IT services firm Applied Integration from providing third-party support for its Dimensions software, alleging that the company has committed illegal acts in the course of doing so, according to a lawsuit filed this month in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas.

  • News: Microsoft Visual Studio 11 Enhances Productivity, Reduces Distractions

    Microsoft will deliver betas of both its integrated development environment (IDE), code-named Visual Studio 11, and .NET Framework 4.5 on Wednesday, Feb. 29. The Visual Studio team, according to Microsoft, has focused its efforts on three core themes in the forthcoming release: helping developers build modern consumer and business applications, providing a simplified and distraction-free environment for maximum productivity and enabling collaborative and agile development teams.

  • News: CSO's Ultimate Guide to Social Engineering

    Social engineering attacks security at its weakest link: People. Preying on employees' best intentions, social engineers gain unauthorized access to systems and information.

  • News: IBM debuts partner incentives at conference

    To help its partners generate more cloud business, IBM has introduced new training, tools and a financial incentive package at its PartnerWorld conference, being held this week in New Orleans.

  • News: Wireless network demands push carriers to innovate

    Executives from three wireless carriers offered testimony Tuesday showing how an explosion of wireless users and devices are forcing them to expand their networks without necessarily the promise of revenue growth to keep up.

  • News: Intel sells flash factories to Micron for $600M

    Intel is selling its two NAND flash manufacturing facilities to Micron as part of an expansion to an already existing partnership between the two firms.

  • News: Intel hopes for SSD boost in memory asset sale to Micron

    Micron Technology has bought out Intel's stake in two wafer factories that are part of a NAND joint venture between the two companies in a move they said will expand the supply of flash memory.

  • News: 3 questions for Microsoft's Windows Phone chief

    Terry Myerson, head of Microsoft's Windows Phone division, made a cameo appearance at Nokia's Mobile World Congress 2012 press conference Monday, where Nokia announced a mid-priced Windows Phone, the Lumia 610. Myerson briefly talked about the new beta release of Skype for Windows Phone, about the fact that there are now 65,000 apps for the platform, and that handsets with the OS are now available in China and 27 other markets. He also discussed how Microsoft has lowered the system requirements for handsets, to create a broader range of lower prices.

  • News: Alcatel One Touch intros budget Android smartphones

    Alcatel One Touch has introduced 12 Android-based smartphones, including the Ultra 995, which will cost about US$250 and have a 4.3-inch screen.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy S III Rumored to Have 4.8-Inch Screen

    Samsung's Galaxy S III will have some impressive tech specs, according to a new leak, but a massive screen could turn off mainstream consumers.

  • News: German court overturns ban on Apple sales in Motorola Mobility case

    Apple has won a significant battle in its ongoing patent war with Motorola Mobility as a German court ruled on Monday that Motorola cannot block the sales of ipads and iphones while the case is under appeal.

  • News: 'Anatomy of an Anonymous Attack' laid bare by Imperva

    Security firm Imperva has published a detailed analysis of an attack by Anonymous on one of its customers, providing new insight into how the hacktivist group operates, and highlighting the need for better application layer security.

  • News: Dell announces new server portfolio ahead of Xeon E5 launch

    Dell has announced a new portfolio of PowerEdge servers based on Intel’s forthcoming Xeon E5 processor, as part of an “end-to-end IT platform” that the company says will help customers manage data better and make faster business decisions.

  • News: Does Apple want rid of Evi?

    Evi, a voice assistant app similar to the iPhone 4S' Siri feature, could be withdrawn from the App Store, it has been reported.

  • News: IBM cuts more than 1,000 U.S. workers

    IBM has laid off just over 1,000 employees so far this week and more layoffs may be possible, according to an employee organization.

  • News: Post Office set to embark on £9m identity assurance implementation

    The Post Office is planning to implement identity assurance services across its online, telephony and face-to-face channels, throughout its UK branch network, in a project that will cost approximately £9m.

  • News: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1: A Hands-On Tour

    The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 stands out from the crowd of tablets at Mobile World Congress. It's the most compelling model at the show -- largely because of how it does something different, and better, than other comers. Samsung is not the first company to try offering a pen for use with an Android tablet. But it is the first to truly make the experience of using the pen the focal point of the tablet, thanks to the included software for creating and consuming media. And that's what makes the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 stand tall.

  • News: Using Business Intelligence to Create Better Health Decisions

    With IT's leadership, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association is harnessing billions of data points to improve outcomes and freeze costs

  • News: Neelie Kroes tells Vodafone's Colao more regulation is good for customers, good for him

    Vodafone's warning that caps on roaming charges would cost jobs has provoked ire in European Union institutions.

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