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  • News: US Air Force seeks to enhance its cyberwarfare capabilities

    The U.S. Air Force is openly soliciting technologies that would improve its capability of launching cyberattacks and gathering intelligence during cyberwarfare operations.

  • News: ownCloud: The cloud sharing service you control

    ownCloud was launched at Camp KDE in January 2010 by its founder, Frank Karlitschek. (Mr. Karlitschek is now the CTO of ownCloud, Inc.) The goals of ownCloud, as laid out at the KDE conference, are ambitious: easy cloud setup and management, and ubiquitous access to your data from multiple devices wherever that data may be -- on local storage, hosted storage, or even on social networks. ownCloud also wants to give us the ability to mash up and connect data from different providers, while maintaining privacy and security. While they're at it, I'd like them to provide pink unicorns and rainbows too, which seem about as probable as everything else ownCloud is promising.

  • News: Civil rights groups warn secret copyright treaty might add liability risks for ISPs

    Civil rights groups have published a letter opposing the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement because a leaked draft version of the treaty indicates that it could add liability risks for ISPs and impose limitations on fundamental human rights.

  • News: Channel Partners Make Virtual Desktop Infrastructure a Reality

    Implementing VDI strategy requires expertise that many organizations lack. To reap virtual desktop benefits that include cost savings and better security, many IT pros turn to system integrators, resellers and other service providers to set up the VDI and make sure IT staff know how to make the most of it.

  • News: Judge allows group to oppose FTC settlement with Google

    A judge has allowed privacy group Consumer Watchdog to move forward with an effort to oppose a US$22.5 million privacy settlement between Google and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.

  • News: Google adds enterprise social networking features to Google+

    Google has started publicly testing an initial set of enterprise social networking (ESN) features for Google+, adding a key collaboration component for Google Apps customers.

  • News: US Republicans back Internet 'freedom'

    The U.S. Republican Party has approved a policy statement that focuses on removing regulations and protects personal data on the Internet.

  • News: SkyDrive for Android: A Hands-On Tour

    Microsoft has launched a SkyDrive app for Android devices after releasing a similar app for iOS devices in December. Just like SkyDrive for iOS, the new Android app allows you to view your documents and photos saved to Microsoft's cloud storage service, share files or folders via e-mail, upload images and videos to SkyDrive, and open SkyDrive files in other apps.

  • News: German cabinet backs law that could allow news publishers to sue Google

    The German cabinet gave its backing Wednesday to a draft law extending copyright protection to snippets of news articles republished by search engines, although proposals to make bloggers pay to quote articles they comment on have been dropped. Google said it was a bad day for the Internet in Germany.

  • News: Oft-cited cybercrime cost estimates hosed down

    Report highlights security vendors' built-in conflict of interest

  • News: Second Java zero-day found: Time to disable it, say experts

    Businesses that need to run Java advised to use a white list that prevents employees from visiting anything but trusted sites

  • News: MongoDB gets richer query commands

    In an effort to improve how MongoDB supplies its data to external applications, MongoDB keeper 10gen has extended the open source data store's query language, providing developers with more sophisticated ways to extract and transform data.

  • News: Zend, VMware partner on PHP cloud deployments

    Integration between Zend Server PHP and VMware vFabric Application Director automates process of moving from virtualized to cloud environments

  • News: #help! Japan mulls "911" emergency calls from Twitter, social networks

    The Japanese government on Wednesday hosted a panel in Tokyo on allowing emergency "911" calls to be placed through social networks such as Twitter during natural disasters.

  • News: IDC: IBM, HP see server revenue fall in Q2, Dell's revenue grows

    IBM and Hewlett-Packard tied for the top position in server factory revenue in the second quarter, with a 29.2 and 29.6 percent share respectively, IDC said on Tuesday.

  • News: VMworld 2012: New VMware Horizon Suite delivers apps, data to any device

    VMWare Tuesday pulled the wraps off its mobility platform, Horizon Suite, showing how it can securely deliver workers the set of applications and data they need regardless of the devices they use including iPads and iPhones –even those that are owned by employees.

  • News: Internal Oracle document details HCM software strategy plans

    Oracle is intent on taking an ample share of the increasingly hot HCM (human capital management) software market, and a new internal document describes its battle plan.

  • News: VMware Shares Vision, Looks to Horizon

    VMware CTO Steve Herrod tells VMworld attendees how the virtualization leader is managing the consumerization of IT. The vision hasn't changed a lot since last year, with one exception. The vision is now an integrated one based on the Project Horizon Suite.

  • News: vCloud vs. vSphere: VMware explains security changes

    In unveiling its VCloud suite at its annual conference this week, VMware took pains to explain how the security model for it differs significantly from that of its existing vSphere cloud computing virtualization operating system both in terms of functionality and naming conventions.

  • News: IPad management, security crucial in hospital tablet roll out

    Tablets, especially iPads, have become a way of life at the University of California, Irvine Medical Center, which now issues the tablets to incoming medical students and just last month, the hospital's Department of Emergency Medicine said it's giving iPads to all 18 of its resident physicians as part of a patient-care initiative.



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