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Social enterprise network daily: Wednesday 6 June

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We round up some of the most useful and interesting social enterprise links from around the webSocial enterprise: Olympics offer sporting chanceThe FT reports on how the Olympic and Paralympic Games are providing physical legacy and urban regeneration with high-profile sponsors working quietly with local communities around the Olympic park...
Social enterprise network daily: Wednesday 6 June

Enterprises want SDN even if they aren't sure what it is

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Most network administrators at enterprises in North America are talking about software-defined networking. Most think they have a pretty good handle on it. But not every one of them knows what SDN actually is, even though the term has been thrown around for three years or more. Far from it....
Enterprises want SDN even if they aren't sure what it is
Mobility and the Enterprise: 3 Ways to Prevent Meltdown

Twitter's top trumps: are you the Lady Gaga of social enterprise?

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Ever wondered how influential you are in the world of social enterprise? Find out whether you've made our list of the top 20 most connected tweetersOf all the pieces of advice I received at university, as I prepared to enter the competitive world of journalism, one rather hyperbolic statement has...
Twitter's top trumps: are you the Lady Gaga of social enterprise?

Sponsored post: Do you have the 6 pillars for a successful BYOD program?

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An ideal BYOD approach is one that protects corporate apps and data without interfering with employees’ personal data and applications. Employees can bring their own device to work — with their own information and applications running on it — while corporate data and apps can be managed and secured by...
Sponsored post: Do you have the 6 pillars for a successful BYOD program?

Sponsored post: Do you have the 6 pillars for a successful BYOD program?

gigaom.com
An ideal BYOD approach is one that protects corporate apps and data without interfering with employees’ personal data and applications. Employees can bring their own device to work — with their own information and applications running on it — while corporate data and apps can be managed and secured by...
Sponsored post: Do you have the 6 pillars for a successful BYOD program?

Live Q&A: Social enterprise in sport, 27 July, 12-2pm BST

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Join us on Friday 27 July to find out from our expert panel about opportunities for social entrepreneurs in the world of sportIt's been another action-packed summer of British sport. We've had penalty heartache at Euro 2012, Murray mania at Wimbledon and now the Olympics are almost upon us.But what...
Live Q&A: Social enterprise in sport, 27 July, 12-2pm BST

Look who’s reinventing the firewall

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Goaded on by a smaller rival, Cisco is changing its approach to firewall technology. FORTUNE — For the past few years Cisco’s firewall business has been losing market share to a much smaller rival called Palo Alto Networks. Now the network equipment giant is set to unveil its answer to...
Look who’s reinventing the firewall

No domain membership or enterprise management for Windows 8 on ARM

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As Microsoft released the Windows 8 Consumer Preview today, it also published a product guide for business users of the operating system. In the guide, it was revealed that the ARM-based version of Windows 8 will lack some of the management features available to the version running on PCs—a...
No domain membership or enterprise management for Windows 8 on ARM

Evan Prodromou Speaks on the Future of StatusNet

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There's no moss growing on StatusNet these days. The company has been busy announcing cloud service plans, an enterprise network service, and the 0.9 release of the open source StatusNet microblogging platform. To get a sense where all this is going, I took the chance to ask a few...
Evan Prodromou Speaks on the Future of StatusNet
Pertino raises $20M so you can make a pop-up network anytime, anywhere

Wayra UnLtd and Bethnal Green Ventures get UK government funding to support social startups

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Telefónica’s startup accelerator Wayra UK and social enterprise network UnLtd have partnered to create Wayra UnLtd, which will receive an investment from the British government to support social entrepreneurs, the UK Cabinet Office announced today. The £10 million ($15.5 million) Social Incubator Fund was unveiled in July 2012 by UK’s Minister for Civil Society, Nick Hurd. Speaking at...
Wayra UnLtd and Bethnal Green Ventures get UK government funding to support social startups

US Navy sees 110,000 cyber attacks every hour, or more than 30 every single second

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The US government and all its military branches are naturally a prime target for cyber attacks, but exactly how bad is the situation? Those numbers aren’t thrown around loosely, but Hewlett Packard on Wednesday inadvertently released some statistics for the US Navy’s IT network, and they don’t look pretty. “For...
US Navy sees 110,000 cyber attacks every hour, or more than 30 every single second

HootSuite rolls out single sign-on feature, letting users log-in with company email

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HootSuite has announced a new single sign-on (SSO) feature for its corporate clients to authenticate both enterprise networks AND their HootSuite accounts with a single password. This is geared towards reducing the number of passwords required to log-in and ensure employees’ HootSuite accounts are linked to company network credentials. The...
HootSuite rolls out single sign-on feature, letting users log-in with company email

Nuage Networks SDN aims for easy connections in the rack and beyond

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Nuage Networks, a startup inside French network vendor Alcatel-Lucent, has come out with an overlay product for software-defined networking (SDN) inside and outside the data center and a plan for SDN-enabled wide-area networks for the enterprise. Carrying out that vision would show that the SDN concept can spread far beyond...
Nuage Networks SDN aims for easy connections in the rack and beyond

Will Windows Phone 7 Series Be A Smartphone for the Enterprise?

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We're seeing a few glimpses from Mix10 of what Windows Phone 7 Series will look like for the enterprise. Perhaps most compelling is the continued emphasis on creating an experience more so than an enterprise "phone." It appears that Microsoft has learned a lesson that is more apparent every day....
Will Windows Phone 7 Series Be A Smartphone for the Enterprise?

Auvik, Started By A Sandvine Co-Founder And An Ex-BlackBerry CTO, Gets $6M To Take Enterprise Network Control To The Cloud

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Auvik Networks, a Canadian enterprise networking startup co-founded by repeat entrepreneur Marc Morin (co-founder of now-public Sandvine and of PixStream, sold to Cisco); David Yach, a former CTO of BlackBerry’s software division; and ex-Sandvine product manager Alex Hoff, is today announcing that it’s raised it first round of outside funding:...
Auvik, Started By A Sandvine Co-Founder And An Ex-BlackBerry CTO, Gets $6M To Take Enterprise Network Control To The Cloud
Beta Testing At Spiceworks: A Surprising Place To Find Qualified Guinea Pigs

Will StatusNet Be Another Open-Source Star in the Enterprise?

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What a week for StatusNet, the open-source, microblogging service that serves as the foundation for identi.ca, one of the first services to emerge as a focal player in the movement around the real-time Web. Last week, the company launched StatusNet Enterprise Network, a microblogging service with a support program for...
Will StatusNet Be Another Open-Source Star in the Enterprise?

Sponsored post: Do you have the 6 pillars for a successful BYOD program?

gigaom.com
An ideal BYOD approach is one that protects corporate apps and data without interfering with employees’ personal data and applications. Employees can bring their own device to work — with their own information and applications running on it — while corporate data and apps can be managed and secured by...
Sponsored post: Do you have the 6 pillars for a successful BYOD program?

Sponsored post: Do you have the 6 pillars for a successful BYOD program?

gigaom.com
An ideal BYOD approach is one that protects corporate apps and data without interfering with employees’ personal data and applications. Employees can bring their own device to work — with their own information and applications running on it — while corporate data and apps can be managed and secured by...
Sponsored post: Do you have the 6 pillars for a successful BYOD program?
Here a 5 mobile startups that build businesses, not apps

HP Employees Paint A Scary Picture Of One Of HP's Biggest Business Units

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Since we first published our report about impending mass layoffs at HP, we've heard from a bunch of HP employees offering us more details. They paint a scary picture, particularly about the beleaguered HP Enterprise Services group. In 2008, HP spent $13.9 billion to buy EDS, folding in HP's smaller services...
HP Employees Paint A Scary Picture Of One Of HP's Biggest Business Units

Microsoft Slashes Yammer Prices 80 Percent (MSFT)

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Microsoft today laid out its grand strategy for Yammer, the social enterprise startup it bought over the summer for $1.2 billion. Step 1: Slash prices. Step 2: Bake it into Microsoft's cloud-based software. Step 3: Convince people to use it. Microsoft announced the changes as part of its SharePoint Conference 2012,...
Microsoft Slashes Yammer Prices 80 Percent (MSFT)

StatusNet Inc Launches StatusNet Enterprise Network

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StatusNet Inc Launches StatusNet Enterprise Network

Oracle buys network gear maker Acme Packet for $1.9B

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Oracle has agreed to acquire network gear maker Acme Packet for $1.9 billion, as part of efforts to boost its enterprise network offering to enterprises and service providers....
Oracle buys network gear maker Acme Packet for $1.9B
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