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Monday, May 2, 2011
- Dell killing partners ? with kindness
To the surprise of many, Dell is emerging as a channel-friendlier vendor, thanks in no small part to its acquisitions of EqualLogic and Compellent.
- Applying data analytics software to the hospital supply chain
Analytics software can be used for more than clinical data. Hospitals crunching supply chain numbers for order fulfillment timeliness and accuracy can see bottom line improvements.
- Attackers set sights on Mac OS X with Apple malware toolkit
A security team at CSIS Security Group discovered a crimeware toolkit targeting Mac OS X being sold on the black market. Researchers are also noting an increase in fake antivirus.
- Ubuntu 11.04 is here
Canonical released Natty Narwhal with features that could improve cloud functionality, Puppet Labs debuted its Faces API feature, and more Linux news.
- Wondering where to be at SAP Sapphire 2011? Attendees share plans
With SAP Sapphire Now just weeks away, attendees talk about what they want to get out of the annual event.
- Microsoft hopes storage spec gets a boost under SCVMM 2012
Microsoft believes its SMI-S specification can address the needs of Windows shops with multi-vendor storage needs, but it will need support from storage vendors to make it happen.
- PacketMotion claims alternative to virtual firewalls
PacketMotion's new virtual appliance can detect events and anomalies at the transaction level and stop rogue transactions as they happen, the vendor says.
- Iron Mountain exit hints at cloud storage shift
As big players like Iron Mountain change gears on cloud storage, users are turning to new tools and commodity cloud services.
- The Dodd-Frank Act could mean a data management mess for some
Financial institutions need to get ready for the data management ramifications of the Dodd-Frank Act, according to experts.
- Supply chain traceability helps manufacturers prevent, respond to recalls
Product recalls can do serious damage to a manufacturer?s business. Traceability technology helps prevent them by tracking products throughout the supply chain.