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IBM bans Apple's Siri from its internal networks for security

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Because the Siri and Dictation features for iOS must be sent to Apple to be converted to text, IBM has barred the use of them from its corporate networks, citing security concerns....
IBM bans Apple's Siri from its internal networks for security

Home, sweet home: 60% of UK employees could be working remotely within a decade

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A new study suggests that more than half (60%) of office-based employees will be ‘regularly’ working from home within the next decade, thanks to technological advances in the workplace. The Virgin Media Business report also notes that face-to-face meetings with customers will change, with 72% of the subjects believing that...
Home, sweet home: 60% of UK employees could be working remotely within a decade

Android users targeted for the first time in drive-by download attacks

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Almost a dozen sites are actively targeting Android users with malware that could gain access to corporate networks and other protected systems, security researchers said. They note it's the first time compromised sites have been used to infect users of a mobile handset. The malware, dubbed NotCompatible, is being...
Android users targeted for the first time in drive-by download attacks
Net’s New Master Domains May Cause Corporate Migraine

What Ever Happened to Intranets?

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Back in the mid-1990s when the Web was young, corporate Intranets were popping up at companies all over the place. They were usually quick and dirty efforts that often involved off-the-shelf parts and little (if any) programming. The idea was to produce a corporate Web portal that was just...
What Ever Happened to Intranets?

The new iPad has CIOs quaking in their cubicles

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Apple’s newest iPad has some new elements that could make it a (bigger) hit in the enterprise, such as higher resolution screen for video conferencing and presentations, as well as taking dictation. But it has become increasingly clear to corporations that their networks can’t handle the iPad or, really, most...
The new iPad has CIOs quaking in their cubicles
High Definition Video Clogs Corporate Networks
IBM’s Holey Optochip Pumps 1 Trillion Bits per Second

The Windows 8 Enterprise SKU: Windows To Go and new Software Assurance benefits

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Microsoft's introduction of the Windows 8 SKUs on Monday left many of the details of the corporate-oriented Enterprise edition unknown. The company has started to fill in the blanks in a new blog post. Windows 8 Enterprise will include a number of features not found in Windows 8, Windows...
The Windows 8 Enterprise SKU: Windows To Go and new Software Assurance benefits
Rackspace buys SharePoint911 for (what else?) SharePoint cred

Most IT professionals wouldn't bet on security of own networks: report

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If even most IT security professionals wouldn’t count on the safety of their own corporate networks, how are the rest of us supposed to feel about that?...
Most IT professionals wouldn't bet on security of own networks: report

The three horsemen of the enterprise collaboration apocalypse

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Three technologies are revolutionizing enterprise collaboration. IT organizations that can’t accommodate social, mobile and cloud computing effectively will be overwhelmed. GigaOM Pro forecasts suggest the majority of business computing will be cloud-based in five years and half the devices on corporate networks will be mobile. Meanwhile, social media — largely...
The three horsemen of the enterprise collaboration apocalypse

Kayak Tests the Post-Facebook IPO Market

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In the wake of the troubled Facebook public offering, Kayak is finally launching its own IPO into uncertain waters. The move seems especially bold during a period when other Web startups have received less-than-enthusiastic responses from investors, and when Kayak itself has seen competition from newer rivals. Its trajectory is...
Kayak Tests the Post-Facebook IPO Market

Hack the diagnostics connector, steal yourself a BMW in 3 minutes

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Your BMW comes with a $160 key with a computer chip and security code inside to make the car hard to steal. The common thief can’t steal your Bimmer, but in Europe, at least, hacker-thieves apparently have been able to subvert the car’s intrusion alarm in a separate step to...
Hack the diagnostics connector, steal yourself a BMW in 3 minutes
Apple attempts to quell BYOD fears with iOS guidelines
Will An Avalanche of iPads Crush Business Networks?

Markets: Milestones of Failure Line RIM’s Path to Disintegration

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BlackBerry’s fortunes in the U.S. took a steep drop starting around the time BlackBerry addict Barack Obama took office. Graphic: Marcus Wohlsen/Data: ComScore Graphic: Marcus Wohlsen/Data: ComScore Blame Barack Obama. Research in Motion might do well to pick on the president, if only to distract from the other reasons...
Markets: Milestones of Failure Line RIM’s Path to Disintegration

Samsung's New Flagship Android Phone Is Actually Trying To Kill The BlackBerry, Not The iPhone (RIMM, GOOG)

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Samsung's new Galaxy S III isn't trying to be an iPhone killer. It's  trying to be a BlackBerry killer. The Android 4.0  phone is chocked full of features for enterprises who buy phones by the truckload, including a newly minted program it cutely calls SAFE (Samsung Approved for Enterprise).  That's a...
Samsung's New Flagship Android Phone Is Actually Trying To Kill The BlackBerry, Not The iPhone (RIMM, GOOG)

Riverbed Technology: Turbocharging the network

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As computing moves to the cloud, Riverbed is finding faster ways to keeping data flowing. By Richard McGill Murphy, contributor FORTUNE -- Riverbed Technology (RVBD) makes gear that improves the performance of data and applications as they traverse far-flung corporate networks. Thanks to Riverbed's technology, a salesman in Tokyo firing...
Riverbed Technology: Turbocharging the network

Meet Big Switch, The Next Billion-Dollar Network Startup

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Nicira isn't the only startup with tech that's going to disrupt corporate networks. Big Switch Networks is another. With yesterday's news that VMware was spending $1.26 billion to acquire Nicira, we talked to Big Switch cofounder Kyle Forster, formerly a rising star at Cisco. "We had about three management team...
Meet Big Switch, The Next Billion-Dollar Network Startup

Blue Coat Protects IPv6 Networks With New PacketShaper

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Blue Coat today has announced PacketShaper 9, a new software operating system release for Blue Coat PacketShaper appliances. The update introduces the industry's first application- and content-level visibility and control for IPv6 "shadow networks." The reason they are called that is because cybercriminals are beginning to use IPv6 connections as...
Blue Coat Protects IPv6 Networks With New PacketShaper
FTC charges hotel chain with allowing hackers to compromise over 500,000 payment accounts

New iPad could cause corporate network crunch

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The new Apple iPad, which sports a higher-resolution screen, a 1080p HD camera and LTE network capability, will likely entice millions of buyers -- but it could bog down corporate networks and give IT managers headaches....
New iPad could cause corporate network crunch
After Megaupload Bust, Putlocker and RapidShare Pick Up Slack

Seven Questions For Palo Alto Networks Founder and CTO Nir Zuk

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On Friday, Palo Alto Networks debuted for trading on the NASDAQ national market. Having priced the previous evening at $42 a share, the shares finished their first day of trading at $53.13, amounting to a rise of 26.5 percent. The company raised $260 million. Combined as it was with the...
Seven Questions For Palo Alto Networks Founder and CTO Nir Zuk

They can’t all be SOPA: Are webizens ready to fight with nuance?

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It’s hard to be a web user these days, especially since the government has gotten so interested in what we’re doing online. Bills and proposed regulations that target web activity and user data are popping up all the time, and it’s hard to keep track of what any of this...
They can’t all be SOPA: Are webizens ready to fight with nuance?

Palo Alto Networks to Raise $264 Million in IPO

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On what’s turning out to be a big day for tech IPOs, Palo Alto Networks, a software security outfit, set the price range of its forthcoming offering of 6.2 million shares at $34 to $37. The offering, reported in an updated S1 filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission,...
Palo Alto Networks to Raise $264 Million in IPO

THE GOOGLE INVESTOR: Android 5.0 'Jelly Bean' Could Possibly Launch Later This Year (GOOG)

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The Google Investor is a daily report from SAI. Sign up here to receive it by email GOOG Bouncing In The Black Markets are up as retail sales smash expectations. Shares of GOOG are bouncing around in positive territory. Investors continue look for Android momentum in the smartphone and...
THE GOOGLE INVESTOR: Android 5.0 'Jelly Bean' Could Possibly Launch Later This Year (GOOG)

Dell Spent $1.5 Billion On An Acquisition, But Doesn't Want Anyone To Know (DELL)

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Dell today acquired SonicWall for terms it wouldn't disclose. However, the New York Times says the deal cost Dell $1.25 billion. Guess Dell feels $1.25 billion isn't a material number its investors need to be bothered over. A spokesperson for Dell told Business Insider that Dell never reports the...
Dell Spent $1.5 Billion On An Acquisition, But Doesn't Want Anyone To Know (DELL)

The New iPad Could Create High-Speed Headaches for CIOs

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By Clint Boulton (This article is from WSJ.com’s CIO Journal, a new premium digital edition launching soon.) Bloomberg Apple’s new iPad may prove taxing to corporate networks and mobile data plans, an IT expert said. Given the popularity of Apple’s new iPad, which went on sale on Friday, CIOs may...
The New iPad Could Create High-Speed Headaches for CIOs
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