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Tuesday, February 22, 2011
- Adrian Jones leaves HP
Hewlett-Packard?s former channel chief exits as Leo Apotheker- era executive shuffle continues.
- The value of cloud computing: CIOs discuss expectations and payoffs
CIOs are cautiously deciphering the value of cloud computing, and finding that their expectations don't always match the payoff. Yet the service delivery model is gaining traction.
- Meeting mobile computing security challenges
Manufacturers can avoid mobile computing devices running amok by focusing on these three key areas.
- Toyota takes dealer application to the cloud
Toyota Australia's Divisional Manager for Information Systems explains why he's placed an application in Fujitsu's cloud, instead of a "pure play" public cloud.
- SAP BW aids enterprise-wide data management, reporting at Essar Steel
SAP BW helps Essar Steel form a common platform to stage and integrate data from all systems and present users with a one-stop solution to their data needs.
- UK cloud computing trends: Are IT shops buying in?
UK cloud computing trends show that IT shops are buying into the technology to complement in-house applications. Surprisingly, users are learning that security is not the most pressing of cloud computing challenges.
- Forrester: Expect more enterprise data warehouse software bundles
Enterprises can expect an influx of preconfigured data warehouse packages geared toward specific industries or business functions, according to a new Forrester Wave report.
- Clustered NAS picked to store petabytes of digital moon images
Arizona State University SESE team sets up a multi-petabyte Isilon clustered NAS for petabytes of data expected from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO).
- With SAP server virtualization technology, experts say start small
Despite server virtualization being a relatively new practice, there are a number of technology options for companies to consider. Either way, experts say, companies should begin with a modest project.
- Oracle?s VMware support policy like Jekyll and Hyde
IT shops running Oracle on VMware say they often get mixed messages regarding support. Oracle Support does one thing; Oracle sales reps say another.
- New OddJob banking Trojan keeps users logged in while draining accounts
Security researchers at Trusteer warn that a new Trojan uses session ID tokens to keep banking sessions open long after customers think they have logged off.