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Tuesday, March 29, 2011
- The need for IT innovation leads to aggressive groupthink
IT innovation is what happens when there's no money for new equipment but plenty of fresh ideas emanating from all parts of the business.
- BPCL invests Rs 4.5 cr in asset integrity management system
Claims to be the first Indian refinery to deploy an asset integrity management system. Find out what the asset integrity management system does at BPCL.
- Processor technology for Unix systems: AMD or Intel?
Unix admins have many processor technology options for their environments. An expert compares offerings from AMD and Intel to help you make the best decision for your data center.
- Magic Quadrant: Small CPM software vendors take on Oracle, SAP, IBM
Megavendors may control the corporate performance management (CPM) software market, but smaller vendors are leading the way in terms of innovation, according to Gartner.
- HP TouchPad seeks to exploit iPad Achilles' heel
Hewlett-Packard VARs: WebOS can cut the ?white cord? of iTunes dependency.
- Management buy-in and disaster recovery standards still major challenges
At DRJ's Spring World 2011 conference, attendees cite disaster recovery standards and management buy-in as the toughest challenges facing disaster recovery specialists today.
- Vendors keen to embrace Direct Project standards
Vendors and service providers call the Direct Project's health information exchange standards simple and straightforward. This simplicity has let many pilot projects get started.
- UK cyber security: Government fights full force
The British government says UK cyber crime is as severe as international terrorism and will spend billions on a UK cyber security mission that includes education and intelligence gathering.
- Sybase Afaria mobile device management finally needed, analysts say
Companies are increasingly looking to Sybase Afaria, SAP?s newly acquired mobile device management system, to help manage the growing number of mobile platforms in the workplace, according to analysts.
- Open Group launches guide to boost ISO 27005 efforts
A new guide from the Open Group is designed to help organisations meet ISO 27005 standards, but some risk management professionals feel it may not be so effective.
- Is IBM next on Oracle's hit list?
With HP Integrity systems out of the way, Oracle has set the stage for discontinuing development on additional platforms.
- Factors to consider when deciding to move off SAP BEx
There are factors to consider other than the end of support when deciding whether to move off SAP BEx. David Fox, principal BI architect for Claricent, Inc., shares advice.
- Hackers use blind SQL injection attack to crack Oracle-Sun, MySQL.com
Attack enabled hackers to gain access to various databases containing account credentials associated with the website.
- Massachusetts levies first 201 CMR 17 fines against restaurant group
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley announced a $110,000 settlement against the owner of several Boston area bars for failing to secure its patrons' personal information.
- Hackers find McAfee.com website vulnerabilities
More than a dozen errors at McAfee.com and its software download site could lead to cross-site scripting or other attacks, according to a group of hackers that discovered the flaws.