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Thursday, February 24, 2011
- Data warehousing technologies to evolve rapidly, says Gartner
Gartner says data warehousing technologies are turning the corner.
- 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.
- Law firm finds WAN optimisation key to data centre consolidation
WAN bandwidth limitations are serious barriers to data centre consolidation, so one law firm decided the answer was in WAN optimisation.
- Sebelius, Blumenthal offer health IT adoption update at HIMSS 2011
Health IT adoption is on the rise, but there is work to do, the heads of HHS and the ONC said in a HIMSS 2011 keynote. Critically, tech cannot widen the gap between rich and poor.
- Juniper's Project Stratus reinvents data center network architecture
Juniper Networks lifted the veil off its new data center network architecture. Project Stratus is now QFabric, a giant, abstracted data center switch that connects all storage and compute elements in a data center.
- Top Channel Marker blogs for January 2011
Channel Marker readers were fascinated with Bob Muglia and Randy Runk?s departures from Microsoft and HP, respectively, and Microsoft EAs were also a hot-button topic.
- Monitoring, analytics next wave of patient data security
Patient data security isn't just an EHR feature; an expert at HIMSS 2011 says analytics and monitoring systems will protect against data breaches without impacting care workflow.
- When VDI won't do: Tools to ease migrations from XP to Windows 7
Few companies that upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7 will use VDI -- including a division of Citrix Systems. They may use one of these tools instead.
- Intel dishes on Itanium "Poulson" chip: News in brief
Intel discussed key details about its upcoming Itanium processor, code-name Poulson, and other data center news.
- VMware unveils virtualisation technology for smartphones
VMware has released a virtualisation technology to make it easier for businesses to incorporate their employees? smartphones; plus more news in brief.
- SAP BusinessObjects 4.0 hits the streets
SAP today unveiled BusinessObjects 4.0, the highly anticipated update to its flagship BI and analytics platform.
- RSA Conference 2011 recap: What we learned
Senior Site Editor Eric B. Parizo offers a brief recap of his top themes from RSA Conference 2011.
- OddJob Trojan: Bank virus capable of grabbing session IDs comes to UK
The new OddJob Trojan banking malware can hijack users' authenticated banking sessions and bypass users' logout requests to conduct illicit transactions. The Trojan bank virus is now infecting victims in the UK.
- McAfee survey confirms compliance as key driver for IT security
A survey of more than 300 IT professionals found that 25% of IT projects begin as part of compliance initiatives.
- Microsoft fixes Security Essentials, Forefront products bug
A Microsoft security advisory alerts users that an automatic update will repair a flaw in the Malware Protection Engine used across all of its antimalware products.
- New wave of automated tiering software eases migration, adds control
Learn about sub-LUN tiering, the latest in automated tiering software, and how the major storage vendors are promoting the technology with their SSD options