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Friday, February 11, 2011
- Data centers and virtualization management guides for CIOs
Managing the various systems that make up the foundation of your IT organization can seem daunting. That's why we've created these CIO Briefings on maximizing your management muscle.
- Citrix: ?This is the year? of self service for virtualized enterprises
Self-service provisioning is beginning to take hold in academic environments, and Citrix thinks enterprises will soon follow suit with the self-service portal in XenServer 5.6.
- VMware updates vSphere 4.1: Virtualization news in brief
VMware releases ESXi 4.1 Update 1; Red Hat and IBM hold the virtualization performance world record; HyTrust names VMware veteran new CEO and more news in brief.
- Data governance trends for 2011: Scorecards and data governance tools
Learn about emerging data governance trends for 2011, including more use of data governance tools and data quality metrics and scorecards. Find out what?s useful and what?s not.
- What's on tap for health information exchange at HIMSS 2011
Health information exchange is at a crossroads -- public versus private, federated versus centralized. The HIMSS 2011 conference will help light the road ahead.
- If you want cloud-in-a-can, VCE is not the answer
The Vblock system from VCE is touted as the easiest path to private cloud, but more than a few users report roadblocks along the way.
- Pay premiums for ERP skills are on the rise, according to study
Foote Partners quarterly report shows strong pay increases for some vendor-specific ERP skills, including SAP Production Planning and Oracle Enterprise Applications.
- Gartner Magic Quadrant: Data discovery vendors take on BI heavyweights
Data discovery software vendors are stealing market share from the leading business intelligence (BI) players, according to Gartner.
- Mobile phone security threats, blended attacks increasing
Not only is the amount of mobile malware increasing, the level of sophistication of that malware and accompanying attacks is rising, too, discloses a new report.