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Wednesday, July 21, 2010


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IBM's Palmisano Jolts Management Team

Big Blue CEO Sam Palmisano has streamlined executive ranks to boost internal collaboration and capitalize on synergies across products, services, and business functions.


IBM Announces $100 Million Health IT Program

Oracle Woos And IBM Sues: Exec Who Knew Too Much

Oracle Poaches Key IBM Cloud Exec


Cisco Space Router Passes Satellite Orbit Test

Internet Routing in Space technology enabled the use of IP-based communications and services with 99.95 percent availability, according to Cisco.

Adobe Plans Security Sandbox For Reader

Windows users can look forward to improved malware protection in Adobe's Reader software.

ABC News Latest Channel Added To Slacker Radio

Slack Personal Radio doesn't want to lose your attention if its the latest headlines you're after. It recently inked a deal to offer ABC News content, though only to paying customers.

Rackspace Announces Open Source Cloud Platform

OpenStack counts Intel, AMD and NASA among participants in the cloud computing project that may boost competition for market leading Amazon Web Services EC2.

Dell Acquiring Ocarina Networks

The privately held company provides technology to compress images and other unstructured data in order to free up storage space, complementing the deduplication capabilities in Dell's storage systems.

Google Strikes Wind Power Deal

Clean, renewable energy will be powering several Google data centers by the end of the month.

Microsoft Unveils First Xbox Kinect Bundle

The package, which includes new, 4GB console and Kinect-optimized video game, should be available in time for holiday season.

Facebook Flops On Customer Satisfaction

The IRS ranks higher than the social networking provider according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index; Google declines, but still leads search engines.

Avaya Upgrades Unified Communications, Contact Center Suites

The new suites integrate Nortel technology acquired last year and add support for standards, virtualization and increased scalability.



Squeeze Play: The Expanding Profile Of Data Deduplication

There are many technologies that vendors say will help us get a handle on our storage. These include thin provisioning, data deduplication, improved compression methodologies, disk-to-disk-to-tape backup, encryption, virtual tape libraries, larger disk drives, and faster-performing drives. In this report, we'll touch on many of these and help sort out whether deduplication in particular makes sense in your environment.

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End-To-End Application Performance Management

This report explains how end-to-end application performance management (APM) helps companies achieve performance objectives through intelligent use of data discovered in servers, networks, and other components. It also covers APM use for application development and measuring cloud services.

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Using Technology to Enhance Organizational Effectiveness: 5 Success Strategies Revealed

Three top innovators from Pizza Hut, Inc., Sprint Nextel Corp., and Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, reveal 5 internal success strategies and action points that have made their organizations more resilient, productive and positioned for long term success.
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SaaS Integration: Build vs. Buy?

If you build it, they will come -- the headaches, that is. Choose integration as a service from a best-of-breed provider, and welcome instead cost-efficiencies, flexibility and scalability.
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Slideshow: Amazon's Case For Enterprise Cloud Computing

Amazon CTO Werner Vogels takes on 'false cloud' wannabes, challenges common myths and critiques private-cloud alternatives as boiling down to buying, deploying and maintaining servers.   View Now


Slideshow: 7 Biggest Microsoft Flops Ever

Slideshow: Who's Who In Healthcare IT


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Secure Browsing Good If Done Well And Easily

By Daniel Dern

Virtualization-based browser-securing solutions like Dell KACE's new Secure Browser can help companies and individuals browse the web more securely... but not securely enough to forget about vigilance.


Is Facebook Headed For Trouble?

By Michele Pepe-Warren

Facebook's ranks continue to grow, while the business world looks to cash in on the social media frenzy. But everything isn't peaches and cream for the social networking titan.

Stuxnet Worm Shows Persistence Of Default Password Vulnerability

By Keith Ferrell

The fast-moving Stuxnet worm targets Siemens industrial automation controls via default passwords, yet Siemens recommends that customers not change those passwords. Not a Siemens customer? You're not off the hook. Default passwords may well be more of an issue at your company than you know.

Building The Open Source Cloud

By Jim Rapoza

Despite the fact that most of the underlying technology of cloud computing is based on open source, much of the current wave of cloud computing platforms are closed. But a new open source initiative is hoping to fully open up cloud computing.

Work Following You Into The Bathroom?

By Paul Korzeniowski

Mobile communications have made it easy for individuals to stay in touch with the office, regardless of where they may be located. Egnyte found that now means that employees check in with the office even from the bathroom.


FREE T-Shirt and Virtualization Secrets Revealed - Live TODAY, 7pm EST

Mark Egan, CIO of virtualization leader VMware, and Fredric Paul, editor in chief of, discuss how virtualization can add value to enterprise IT in the data center, on the server, and on the desktop. Score your complimentary t-shirt when ask your questions in the live online chat session that runs alongside the show.
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