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Friday, October 22, 2010
- Adobe warns of critical Shockwave Flash Player zero-day
The vulnerability could be exploited by an attacker to cause a crash and take control of a victim's system.
- Microsoft's Internet access control plan deserves a chance
Microsoft is pushing a plan to prevent consumer computers from spreading malware. Senior Site Editor Eric B. Parizo says it's an idea that enterprise infosec pros should support.
- What goes where – moving BPM to cloud platform, or not
Metastorm business transformation maven Neal Lohmann discusses cloud computing and Business Process management migrations. Issues to consider when moving BPM to the cloud include the types of processes, their complexity, the number of interfaces, and the state of the databases involved.
- Stratus Technologies launches new partner program
The new Stratus4Uptime program focuses on helping VARs with uptime products and includes discounts, training, marketing and technical support.
- Microsoft triumphs with big BPOS wins
Microsoft bests online apps rival Google with massive new contracts for the State of California and New York City.
- Carbon Reduction Commitment "reformed" so Treasury keeps revenue
The UK's Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) is due to be "reformed" so the Treasury keeps the revenue raised through the carbon pricing scheme; plus more daily news.
- Virtualised apps to protect hospital data: Best of VMworld Europe DR winner
The University Hospital of Leipzig needed a better disaster recovery strategy to protect critical patient data for the long term, so it turned to virtualisation. This Best of VMworld Europe 2010 User Awards winner shares how moving critical apps from server hardware won it best virtualisation for disaster recovery project.