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  • News: The new C'I' O targets

    There are four types of personas CIOs have to play today, says Ray Wang, principal analyst of Constellation Research.

  • News: Big Data Problem Plagues Government Agencies

    Big Data has the potential to transform the work of government agencies, unlocking advancements in efficiency, the speed and accuracy of decisions and the capability to forecast. But despite the potential benefits, most federal government agencies are struggling to leverage Big Data.

  • News: Microsoft official: The time is right for developers to build Win8 Metro apps

    With Windows 8 in its final phase of development, Microsoft is encouraging commercial and in-house enterprise developers to start building Metro-style applications for Microsoft's new operating system for desktops, laptops and tablets.

  • News: NYSE-Euronext network chief Andrew Bach joins Juniper

    Andrew Bach, who oversaw significant upgrades to network infrastructure for the global exchange company NYSE-Euronext, has joined Juniper Networks as chief architect of the networking vendor's Financial Services Team.

  • News: The 6 Best New iOS 6 Features for Business Users

    It's official: Apple iOS 6 is coming this fall," and with it some 200 updates and improvements. Although there's nothing I'd call revolutionary (to me the updates seem more akin to iOS 5.5), Apple has baked in plenty of good stuff for business users -- starting with its homegrown Maps app, which is good news for iPhone owners but bad news for GPS-app developers.

  • News: Tech companies oppose USITC's proposed import ban on Xbox

    The U.S. International Trade Commission should not ban the import of Microsoft's Xbox 360 gaming console into the U.S., as an administrative law judge there has recommended, because of the negative effects on the technology industry, some tech vendors and trade groups have told the commission.

  • News: NASA shoots for riskier Mars rover landing

    NASA scientists are taking a risk, aiming to land its super Martian rover closer to its ultimate destination but near a hazardous mountain slope.

  • News: Apple's all-flash MacBook Pro, iCloud drive industry changes

    The announcement by Apple that it is selling a flash-only MacBook, combined with native iCloud support, will likely lead to a drop in SSD prices and move other laptop manufacturers in a similar direction.

  • News: MySQL vulnerability allows attackers to bypass password verification

    Security researchers have released details about a vulnerability in the MySQL server that could allow potential attackers to access MySQL databases without inputting proper authentication credentials.

  • News: Linaro boasts up to 100% speed boost for Android

    Developers at open-source nonprofit organization Linaro have posted a set of code tweaks for Android, enabling up to 100% increases in performance, compared to a vanilla version of Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0).

  • News: Microsoft touts Windows Server 2012, Azure for data center 'cloud OS'

    Microsoft kicked off its TechEd North America conference with a wide-ranging keynote session that was short on "wow" news but heavy on positioning for Windows Server 2012, Windows Azure and server-side products as key components of what the company is calling "the era of the cloud OS."

  • News: Oracle-SAP retrial delayed

    Oracle and SAP will have to wait a bit longer to retry their corporate-theft lawsuit, according to a filing made Friday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

  • News: As apps move to the cloud, next up is optimizing them

    As enterprises continue to open up to the idea of hosting applications in the cloud, a slew of companies are looking to optimize how they're managed in the new cloud environment.

  • News: Symantec and Microsoft team for disaster-recovery service

    Symantec today announced a partnership with Microsoft to use Symantec storage and disaster-recovery products in tandem with Microsoft's Azure to allow continuous computing if a customer's main data site is severely disrupted.

  • News: Can You Top the Federal Digital Strategy?

    The United States government has an ambitious, four-part plan to not only use the latest, greatest, most secure and most interoperable tech, but also to use that tech to stay in touch with its citizens. Enterprises in need of a 21st century digital strategy should look no further.

  • News: Putting the 'where' into your analytics

    At EDENS, a developer, owner and operator of community shopping centers on the East Coast, blending geographic information systems (GIS) and business analytics has enabled a competitive advantage in a fast-paced, crowded market.

  • News: Microsoft opens up access to cloud-based ALM server

    The Team Foundation Service, which had been invitation-only, is now open to anyone, but it still is in preview mode

  • News: IPv6 Launch in India: A Security Risk?

    Two days agoIndia, along with the rest of the world, saw the launch of IPv6 -- the new internet protocol which aims at replacing current IPv4 in its way. According to the Department of Telecom, 27 Indian websites have already stepped on to the IPv6 platform. Indian ISPs and government agencies have also hinted at following suite soon.

  • News: Experts dispute sandboxing would have stopped Flame

    Bigger lesson learned from Flame: Multiple layers of security needed, so when one technology fails, a second or third may succeed

  • News: Forrester: Cloud is not the future of IT

    Cloud computing is not the future of IT and commoditisation is, says analyst house Forrester, although the two support each other.



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