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Tuesday, April 19, 2011
- Seagate, Samsung combine forces for magnetic and solid state disk
Samsung and Seagate have formed a ?strategic alliance? that will see Samsung leave the magnetic disk market, but form a tight supply alliance for flash memory with Seagate.
- Long-term strategies for improving self-service success
If you?re serious about boosting self-service success, the time to invest is now, the TSIA?s John Ragsdale writes in this month?s column.
- Verizon DBIR: Cybercrime arrests factor in fewer lost data records
High-profile arrests of cybercriminals and improved information sharing among global law enforcement officials has cut into the number of sensitive data records lost in breaches.
- Beware the Oracle license audit
Undergoing an Oracle license audit is no picnic. There are several ways they start, and reasons why Oracle is so aggressive with them.
- Pancetera expands virtual machine backup capability
Pancetera Unite?s SmartMotion capability lets users push out data to any NAS target without the need for staging servers and virtual machine backup software.
- Verizon data breach report 2011: Attackers refining their targets
Attackers are choosing smaller targets with fewer protections in place. The value of account credentials and intellectual property on the black market is rising.
- VoIP security risks will be on display at Infosecurity Europe
Wick Hill plans to demonstrate CCTV and VoIP security risks that could compromise a network, including three types of attacks.
- Can HIE technology be extended to the ACO model?
One health information exchange is raising a fascinating idea: since it's already collecting patient data, why not create its own accountable care organization?
- SAPPHIRE NOW & ASUG Annual Conference 2011: Special report
SearchSAP.com is helping you get ready for SAPPHIRE NOW with breaking news and advice from the largest annual SAP applications conference.
- Data shows many applications still contain OWASP Top 10 flaws
A recent study finds application security in a dismal state, with more than 80% of Web apps containing errors on the OWASP Top 10 list.