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  • News: Michael Dell to star at Cloudforce London conference

    Michael Dell will be one of the star turns at Salesforce.com’s Cloudforce event in London tomorrow.

  • News: Coca-Cola bottling firm implements Rosslyn cloud analytics

    Coca-Cola Enterprises, the third largest bottler of the beverage maker’s drinks, is implementing a cloud-computing based expenditure system from Rosslyn Analytics.

  • News: Hyperoptic offers net speeds of 'up to' 1Gbps

    A fibre broadband package that offers download and upload speeds of 'up to' 1Gbps has been unveiled by Hyperoptic.

  • News: Google, Motorola file for merger clearance in many countries

    Google and Motorola Mobility plan to file for pre-closing antitrust clearances for the merger of Motorola with a Google subsidiary in a number of jurisdictions including Canada, China, Israel, Russia, Taiwan and Turkey, in addition to filings in the U.S. and before the European Commission.

  • News: Cisco comes out swinging after cutbacks

    Cisco Systems emerged from 150 days of restructuring on Tuesday as an aggressive competitor, laying out some of the problems that led it to make changes, while saying its rivals are in even worse predicaments.

  • News: Servers with new Intel Xeon E5 chips due early 2012

    Servers with new Xeon E5 chips based on the Sandy Bridge microarchitecture will become available early next year, Intel officials said on Tuesday.

  • News: Nintendo Stocks Drop 5% After Pre-TGS Presser

    It would appear that the Big N's investors are none to happy about what the gaming superpower had to show at their pre-TGS presser.

  • News: Deutsche Bank executive takes on new role

    Deutsche Bank head of information enterprise services, John Baird, takes on the role of the new independent chair of the NSW Information Communications and Technology (ICT) Industry Advisory Panel.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Everything but the kitchen sync

    Apple may be up for bringing back some of MobileMe's soon-to-be-discontinued features at a later date, if consumers barrage them with feedback. Elsewhere, a profile of Tim Cook's successor, an ultra luxury car with an Apple twist, and who made HTC the latest barometer of cool, anyway? The remainders for Tuesday, September 13, 2011 would like their car brought around right away.

  • News: New Pink Nintendo 3DS Probably Not Coming to US

    The 3DS aimed primarily at girl gamers might not get a release outside of Japan.

  • News: U.S. launches criminal probe into eBay-Craigslist dispute

    The U.S. Department of Justice has opened an investigation into whether eBay executives broke the law and stole trade secrets while sitting on the board of Craigslist.org.

  • News: Enterprise Startups: A Long Road Ahead

    Like the mythical Greek tragic figure, Sisyphus, forced to roll a boulder up a hill only to watch it roll down again, tech startups hoping to woo the enterprise face an uphill battle.

  • News: Microsoft woos developers with Windows 8 demonstration

    Microsoft took the wraps off Windows 8 and Internet Explorer 10 on Tuesday, revealing a dramatically different Windows for both users and application developers. It validated some of the rumors about the new OS and squashed others.

  • News: Infor tries for reinvention with Infor10 software launch

    Infor and its CEO, former Oracle co-president Charles Phillips, are hoping to jump-start the ERP (enterprise-resource-planning) software vendor's profile and revenues with Infor10, a major new rebranding and technology effort that was launched Tuesday at an event in New York.

  • News: Private PaaS: Private Cloud, Enterprise Architecture Converge

    CIOs carry the tremendous responsibility of organizing their enterprise IT strategy to be cost effective, efficient and high quality. One of the most critically important components of enterprise IT has been applications. Worldwide, enterprise IT departments deploy and deliver third party applications to their end users and lines of business, and in many cases, build new custom applications from scratch that satisfy the business needs of end users that are otherwise unsatisfied by third party packages. Applications are the lingua franca of IT. In fact, a number of practices have evolved around the importance of the application, how they are built and how they are delivered. One of the most important is the practice of enterprise architecture. As the sea-change that is cloud computing washes over the industry, certain aspects of cloud that make their way into the enterprise as private cloud will move enterprise architecture from fairy-tale to reality. The most important of the cloud

  • News: Facebook Privacy: Uncovering 5 Important Settings

    When I returned from my honeymoon at the end of August, I read that Facebook had finally taken a long-overdue step toward regaining the trust of its users by simplifying its privacy settings.

  • News: Microsoft patches 15 bugs, nukes more SSL certificates

    The company also dealt with more fallout from the June hack of DigiNotar by flipping the "kill switch" on SSL (secure socket layer) certificates issued by Dutch certificate authority, or CA.

  • News: IDF - Intel creates tool for... firefighters?

    Intel yesterday showed off its prototype 'Fireball', which is designed to aid firefighters by monitoring the environment in burning buildings.

  • News: Apple Bans 'Phone Story' From App Store

    Phone Story, an iOS game that depicts the heavily criticized production cycle of the iPhone, has been unsurprisingly pulled from the App Store by Apple.

  • News: Survey: Jobs departure won't hurt consumer purchases

    While Steve Jobs's departure from the Apple CEO chair marked a major shift in the company's development, one thing it probably won't affect--for now, anyway--is the company's bottom line. A new survey from market research firm ChangeWave Research says that the end of Jobs's tenure at the company's top post won't slow consumer adoption of its products.



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