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Monday, April 25, 2011
- Adobe issues fix for Acrobat, Reader to block ongoing Flash attacks
Adobe is fixing a serious vulnerability affecting its Reader and Acrobat products. The update affects current versions of Adobe Reader and Acrobat X for Windows.
- Removable storage media appealing to SMBs, but with caveats
A new generation of removable storage media is making inroads in the SMB space?as well as the enterprise space?as an alternative to tape backup.
- Welcome to SearchHealthIT.com's new look and feel
SearchHealthIT.com -- your source for information on policies and trends in health information technology -- has a new look and feel. Find out what's new.
- Gartner: Business intelligence software market continues to grow
Revenue from the BI software market grew by 13.4% in 2010, hitting the $10.5 billion mark. SAP leads Oracle, SAS and IBM in share.
- HP headlines (good and bad) ruled in March 2011
Adrian Jones' new gig and HP's app store plans topped Channel Marker blogs for March.
- Veeam readies capacity planning for virtualization management battle
Experts say the release of VMware vCenter Operations means the race is on in the virtualization management market to deliver the most comprehensive products at the best price.
- More companies opting for smaller ERP over marquee systems, report finds
Many companies prefer smaller ERP packages because of the specialization they can offer, according to a new report by Panorama Consulting Group.
- Why prepare for IPv6 now?
If your business hasn't begun moving to the new Internet protocol, then you're already too late, according to expert Scott Hogg. Learn why enterprises should prepare for IPv6 now.
- IPv6 learning: What enterprises need to know before migrating
Find out what makes learning IPv6 difficult for enterprises and what they should know about migrating to the new protocol, from Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force Chairman Scott Hogg.
- Overwhelmed by regulations? Compliance organizations are here to help
The number and scope of compliance regulations seem to constantly change. But several industry-specific compliance organizations can help you navigate the maze.