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Enterprise Security Today | Botnets Found in Government and Business Systems

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Enterprise Security Today | Botnets Found in Government and Business Systems
How to build a bulletproof system so your startup runs itself
Cloud competition is go: Amazon Web Services lowers support prices

Sponsored post: The need for mobile and cloud identity management

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With the growing deployments of mobile devices driven by the “bring your own device” trend and the increasing usage of multi-tenanted SaaS platforms, the end result is that more IT resources are not only physically moving outside the firewall but they are also outside the visibility, management and even ownership...
Sponsored post: The need for mobile and cloud identity management

LibreOffice goes for "cleaner and leaner code base" with major update

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LibreOffice version 4.0 came out today, with project organizers boasting a "cleaner and leaner code base" along with various new features and greater interoperability with business systems and document formats. LibreOffice was launched in 2010 to overtake OpenOffice as the preeminent open source office suite. Google Docs may still...
LibreOffice goes for "cleaner and leaner code base" with major update

Netfix to ditch data center, embrace cloud

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Netflix no longer wants to run a data center to support its in-house IT services. So it's shifting internal applications to Amazon's cloud and turning to software-as-a-service providers for other business systems....
Netfix to ditch data center, embrace cloud

Real-time polling startup Poptip launches its API for businesses, integrates with Twitter cards

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Poptip, a TechStars NY graduate which offers real-time crowd polling for opinions and feedback, is launching an API to help businesses access the raw data behind their questions. In addition, Poptip is also announcing its integration with Twitter cards, to bring auto-updating polling results to your feed. Diving in, Poptip’s new API allows developers to use...
Real-time polling startup Poptip launches its API for businesses, integrates with Twitter cards

Your disaster recovery plan means nothing without business continuity

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This post is sponsored by VMware. Learn about VMware virtualization and cloud solutions for small & mid-size business visit info.vmware.com This article is available in other languages: You’ve planned for every possibility. Your systems are entirely redundant and automated. They’re ready to failover when something happens. And then it...
Your disaster recovery plan means nothing without business continuity

Proposed law in North Carolina would block Tesla from selling cars in the state

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A proposed law in North Carolina would block Tesla from selling its cars to consumers in the state. It passed its Senate Commerce Committee unanimously according to the NewsObserver. The law would make it illegal for any car company to sell directly to consumers, forcing them to vend their wares through...
Proposed law in North Carolina would block Tesla from selling cars in the state

Sponsored post: The need for mobile and cloud identity management

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With the growing deployments of mobile devices driven by the bring-your-own-device trend and the increasing usage of multitenanted SaaS platforms, the end result is that more IT resources are not only physically moving outside the firewall but they are also outside the visibility, management and even ownership of the IT...
Sponsored post: The need for mobile and cloud identity management

Oracle's Acme Packet Deal Pushes It Deeper Into Cisco's Territory

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Oracle's footprint in the tech industry just keeps getting bigger and bigger. Since 2005, the company has spent $50 billion on more than 80 acquisitions to extend its reach from business software to hardware to cloud computing and networking. On Monday, Oracle announced plans to acquire Bedford, Mass.-based, Acme Packet...
Oracle's Acme Packet Deal Pushes It Deeper Into Cisco's Territory

Few enterprises are ready for the app economy's data explosion

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Traditional enterprise data sources — be they business systems or even the exhaust from corporate websites — represent the data that is typically captured by an enterprise for analytics and business insight. However, in the new world of APIs and the app economy, organizations no longer own, much less control,...
Few enterprises are ready for the app economy's data explosion

Epicor Acquires Specialized Midmarket ERP Vendor Solarsoft

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Epicor has acquired ERP (enterprise resource planning) software vendor Solarsoft Business Systems from investment firm Marin Equity Partners in a bid to increase......
Epicor Acquires Specialized Midmarket ERP Vendor Solarsoft
BizeeBee Adds Payments, But The Transaction Fee May Sting
Cisco Meraki Launches "Presence", With Facebook Account Log-In To Wireless Networks

Drunk on Cloud Kool-Aid? Time to Sober Up

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Editor’s note: Justin Moore is CEO of Axcient, a cloud solution for data, application, and system uptime. You can follow him on Twitter at @justinrmoore. Many great technology breakthroughs are subject to analyst predictions about how quickly that technology will take over the world. In 2007, Gartner famously forecasted that...
Drunk on Cloud Kool-Aid? Time to Sober Up

Microsoft Says Good Riddance To IE6, Sends Flowers To Its Funeral

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This post is doing well on Digg. Want to help it do even better? Digg it too. It appears that Microsoft is as happy as anyone to see the death of IE6. At the browser’s “funeral,” held yesterday in Denver by a web design company, organizers received a bouquet of...
Microsoft Says Good Riddance To IE6, Sends Flowers To Its Funeral

Guest Post: Why developers should implement a CMS into their app

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Editor’s note: The following guest post was written by Will Lovegrove, CEO and founder of Release Mobile. The company recently launch a new cloud-based data sharing platform called datownia, a product that helps companies connect their data to mobile apps and business systems. Recognize this? “What’s new: content update” You...
Guest Post: Why developers should implement a CMS into their app

Sponsor post: The next big thing: database virtualization

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Server virtualization transformed the data center, dramatically lowering the costs and resources required to operate business systems. Those benefits have not yet been realized for enterprise databases and the applications that run on those databases. The costs and time required to approve, create, refresh and recover enterprise databases have major...
Sponsor post: The next big thing: database virtualization
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