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  • News: 8 ways to become a cloud security expert

    Information about how to securely navigate in the public clouds is, well, cloudy. We asked enterprise IT folks and IT consultants what resources they turned to get educated on this particular topic. The responses can loosely be broken down into three categories: niche conferences; big conferences, and authoritative voices accessible on the Internet.

  • News: Adobe Gives a Sneak Peek of Photoshop Motion Blur Correction

    Don’t you hate it when you have the perfect shot lined up and then your hands shake just the tiniest bit at the very last second before the shutter closes? Your picture ends up look messy and out of focus. Adobe says "no more" to blurred shots, as it’s putting together a Photoshop feature that will correct for motion blur.

  • News: Kenya expects increased investment with reduced spectrum fees

    With its recent move to reduce spectrum fees, the Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) is expecting increased investment in underserved areas and lower costs to the consumer.

  • News: IT Outsourcing Survey: Provider Profits Shrink, Growth Slows in India

    Established IT outsourcers are getting squeezed at both ends of the competitive spectrum. According to the annual offshore outsourcing survey conducted by Duke University's Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) and PwC, incumbent India-based and U.S. IT service providers are under pressure from outsourcing upstarts in other countries that are stealing market share from them and from existing clients demanding price reductions.

  • News: Public cloud security remains MISSION IMPOSSIBLE

    Someday, cloud security vendors and cloud services providers will convince enterprise IT that it's safe to move sensitive data and mission critical apps from the private cloud to the public cloud.

  • News: The value of VOC systems

    About 20 months ago, Charming Shoppes launched a customer insights project to "deliver actionable customer and market research and analysis to the business," says Jeffrey Liss, who headed up the initiative. Liss is now senior vice president of corporate strategy at the plus-size women's clothing retailer, which includes Lane Bryant, Fashion Bug and Catherines stores.

  • News: Free App Lets Users Search their Desktop from iOS Device

    X1 Mobile Search, an app that lets users look at a document or e-mail when they are away from their computer, is now available for free.

  • News: Real Racing 2 update will add 'Party Play' mode

    Gamemaker Firemint says it will update its Real Racing 2 line of games to take advantage of the massive processing power of the new iPhone 4S—and to add a new AirPlay-enabled "Party Play" feature that lets multiple iOS players compete against each other on a single high-definition television.

  • News: IBM buying cluster company Platform Computing

    Extending its expertise in the field of high performance computing (HPC), IBM is acquiring cluster computing software vendor Platform Computing, the companies announced Tuesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

  • News: Thunderbolt vs. SuperSpeed USB 3.0

    Intel will tell you its new high-speed interconnect technology, Thunderbolt, is not in competition with Universal Serial Bus (USB), the ubiquitous standard for connecting computers with other devices.

  • News: Companies slow to take on social media, survey finds

    Corporate executives see the need to use social media to connect with their customers, but many acknowledge that they're still figuring out how best to do it.

  • News: Software digitizes handwritten text, data; integrates with SharePoint

    The most basic touch interface is still paper and pen, which drives a vast array of business processes. An updated application uses a high-tech pen to digitize handwritten text, data and drawings and integrate the information directly with Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.

  • News: Storage vexations of server virtualization

    Server virtualization offers a host of efficiencies, but storage administrators say it may open a can of worms on the storage side. Resulting headaches can include huge I/O bottlenecks for primary and backup storage, as well as complicated disaster and recovery efforts, among other things.

  • News: Storage tips from heavy-duty users

    If you think the storage systems in your data center are out of control, imagine having 450 billion objects in your database or having to add 40 terabytes of data each week.

  • News: ACE fiber-optic cable lands in Sierra Leone

    The Africa Coast to Europe (ACE) submarine cable Monday landed in Sierra Leone, an event hailed by President Ernest Koroma as opening the country to the world, with the promise of providing job opportunities and reducing the cost of communications when it becomes operational.

  • News: MTN ups stake in Rwandacell to counter Airtel competition

    Africa's largest mobile operator, MTN, has increased its stake in Rwandacell to 80 percent in a bid to consolidate its operations after the Rwandan government awarded rival operator Airtel an operating license.

  • News: Beware of the iCloud

    ICloud, Apple's new cloud storage service, which officially launches this week, is an iPad/iPhone lover's dream and IT security professional's nightmare.

  • News: Facebook finally unveils Apple iPad app

    After months of anticipation, Facebook finally released its first app for the iPad.

  • News: Cray building $97 million supercomputer for U.S.

    Cray was awarded a $97 million contract to build a supercomputer that could potentially deliver up to 20 petaflops of peak performance, or 20 quadrillion floating operations per second, to the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

  • News: China's Tencent launches English version of Twitter-like service

    Chinese Internet giant Tencent has launched an English language interface to its popular microblogging service, putting the company in closer competition with Twitter.



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