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  • News: HP says SDNs are key to cloud deployment

    Software-defined networks (SDN) have the capability to provision applications in minutes instead of months, and speed deployment into the cloud, according to the head of HP Networking.

  • News: Cloud providers touting multi-hypervisor support

    When Tata Communications, the Indian telecommunications company, rolls out its infrastructure as a service cloud offering in America in the coming months, company officials want to claim differentiating features in the products. And one they're hoping to include is support for multiple hypervisors.

  • News: Open-source in government can save billions: group

    On the eve of its 10-year anniversary, a Canadian advocacy group for open-source software in government says it's closer to achieving its goal: saving taxpayers $1 billion a year.

  • News: HP, F5 team to automate app deployment

    Virtualization and cloud computing are often heralded as a great leap in enterprise computing.

  • News: Is it time for the cloud?

    Speaking at the Evolve.Cloud conference in Sydney, Vice President and Principal Analyst APAC at Forrester Research Group, Michael Barnes, explained how even if the cloud wasn't part of a company's IT, it will be in the near future, adding that the market is undergoing "unprecedented change" and companies will need to adapt.

  • News: Learning fLearning from Evolve.Cloud

    Dave Asprey, VP Cloud Security at Trend Micro, talked at length about the changing landscape of mobile devices and the integration of consumer-based products into the workplace. Inevitably, he said, new consumer technology spreads to the office, where it can become a challenge for IT, particularly in relation to security. The problem, he noted, isn't just that these devices can open entry points to the network, but that employees can disseminate potentially sensitive information, for example through social networking services.

  • News: Protecting your data: Cloud Security Alliance

    At the Evolve.CLOUD conference in Sydney CSO sat down with Archie Reed, CTO Strategic Enterprise Services APAC and Japan for HP, to talk about the Cloud Security Alliance for which Reed is also a member. He outlined the global organisation's goals for standardising security in the cloud, education and certification, and what it means for companies looking to or making a transition to the cloud.

  • News: Virtualisation requires new security models: Quane

    Traditional security models are slowing down virtualised environments and creating an untenable management burden as aggressive cloud-computing adopters skimp on security to ensure they don't become victims of their own virtualisation success, a security executive has warned.

  • News: Using Pair Programming Practices in Code Inspections

    If the dynamics of code inspections have changed in the past three decades, how should we inspect now? Matt Heusser suggests that pair programming principles could provide some, but not all, of the answers.

  • News: Google simplifies use of Analytics API

    Google has developed a tool to automate the creation of custom-reporting dashboards for its Analytics website-usage tracking service, the company said on Wednesday.

  • News: Major Yahoo investor calls for firing Thompson, naming interim CEO

    A major Yahoo investor fired another shot at the company's CEO, saying Scott Thompson's apology wasn't enough and that he should be replaced immediately.

  • News: Latin America doesn't get cloud like the UK and US, says SAP president

    SAP's president of Latin America (LATAM), Rodolpho Cardenuto, has said that the LATAM markets are not adopting cloud like the UK and the US, but are instead looking to deploy on-premise applications using SAP's Rapid Deployment Solution (RDS).

  • News: Pogoplug service turns your computers into private cloud

    Pogoplug launched a service today that allows small and medium-sized businesses, as well as home users, to turn their PCs and servers into pools of storage accessible from the Web.

  • News: If offshore cloud compromises your data we'll sue you, not them: Privacy commissioner

    Organisations investing in off-shore cloud services could find themselves on the pointy end of legal action should the privacy of Australians be breached as a result, Victoria's acting privacy commissioner has warned.

  • News: Amazon Web Services aims to make life easier for Windows developers

    Amazon Web Services (AWS) now allows ASP.NET developers to take advantage of Elastic Beanstalk, which has been developed to make it easier to roll out cloud-based applications, the company said on Tuesday.

  • News: Public-sector cloud computing: The good, the bad and the ugly

    When the second-in-command of one of the most technologically advanced states in the country slams public-sector computing -- publicly -- it's a resounding wake-up call.

  • News: Security of industrial control systems questioned at DHS conference

    Operators of America's vital power, water and manufacturing facilities use industrial control systems (ICS) to manage them, and the security of these systems, increasingly linked with Microsoft Windows and the Internet, is now under intense scrutiny because of growing awareness that they could be attacked and cause massive disruptions.

  • News: Dutch net neutrality to become reality after Senate approves law

    The Netherlands is the first country in Europe to adopt a net neutrality law, and the second country in the world, after Chile. The Dutch Senate adopted the net neutrality provisions in a new Telecom Law approved on Tuesday evening.

  • News: Embattled Yahoo director stepping down

    The Yahoo director who led the search committee that hired embattled CEO Scott Thompson said Tuesday she will will step down from the board.

  • News: Google files for new trial on copyright claims in Android suit

    Google is seeking a new trial on copyright claims in Oracle's intellectual-property lawsuit against it over the Android mobile OS, according to a filing made late Tuesday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.



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