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Ziften secures $5.5 million Series B funding, launches BLISS to make enterprise PCs super efficient

thenextweb.com
Austin-based enterprise efficiency specialist Ziften announced today it has has closed $5.5 million in Series B round of funding, led by Apple-investor Fayez Sarofim & Co. Founded in 2010, Ziften’s Behavioural Lightweight Intelligence for Stressed Systems (BLISS) solution helps companies run their PCs faster and with greater efficiency, by closing down...
Ziften secures $5.5 million Series B funding, launches BLISS to make enterprise PCs super efficient
A quarter of a million Social Security numbers and other personal data exposed in Utah Medicaid hack

Attackers sign malware using crypto certificate stolen from Opera Software

arstechnica.com
Alan Cleaver Hackers penetrated network servers belonging to Opera Software, stole at least one digital certificate, and then used it to distribute malware that incorrectly appeared to be published by the browser maker. The attack was uncovered, halted, and contained on June 19, according to a short advisory that Opera...
Attackers sign malware using crypto certificate stolen from Opera Software

Cisco edges F5 in VPN shootout

www.computerworld.com
Connecting remotely to network servers is a fact of life for millions of end users. Whether working from a PC or a mobile device, users rely on secure, reliable remote connections to maintain their productivity....
Cisco edges F5 in VPN shootout

Winning the metrics battle

www.guardian.co.uk
The Guardian's lead Infrastructure Developer runs through the team's use of metrics and monitoring for guardian.co.ukThis blog post is an outline of our talk at Velocity EU 2012.Over the last three years, the Guardian's Digital Operations team has been trying to upgrade and improve our metrics and monitoring systems. These...
Winning the metrics battle
GamesBeat weekly roundup: THQ is bankrupt, Zynga shuts down 11 games, and Sony patents a way to block used games offline

How apps transformed IT

tech.fortune.cnn.com
The shift from infrastructure to applications has wide-ranging implications for CIOs in companies large and small. By John Van Siclen, General Manager, contributor FORTUNE — With the term ‘apps’ now part of popular culture, it’s clear we live in an ‘application-centric’ world. In enterprise technology there’s an analogous trend just...
How apps transformed IT
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