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Friday, July 29, 2011
- VMware details PCoIP bandwidth improvements for View 5 virtual desktops
VMware reduced the bandwidth required for PCoIP in View 5, but IT pros still want the company to address some remote protocol performance issues.
- Regulated cloud computing -- our new national nightmare
Opposing groups in Washington are arguing over proposed standards for cloud computing that will either protect us or make our lives miserable. Did you expect less?
- LSI brings out 12 Gbps SAS RAID-on-Chip controller, other storage news
LSI said it has first 12 Gbps SAS RAID-on-Chip (ROC) controllers, Dot Hill gets snapshot and encryption patents; Utah Transit Authority selects Nexsan Assureon for archiving.
- Cisco Quad offers up enterprise social networking gone mobile
Enterprise social networking seems like a good strategy to streamline business functions, but will Cisco Quad technology fit in the enterprise?
- Microsoft re-releases another Exchange update rollup
Update rollup 4 for Exchange 2010 SP1 has been re-released, drawing angst from the Exchange community. To calm future concerns, the Exchange team explained what went wrong.
- Study shows surge in bring-your-own-device policies: News in brief
A Citrix study finds that a high percentage of IT organisations will formalise bring-your-own-device policies and begin to use desktop virtualisation in the coming years.
- From the Editors: Is 'big data' analytics in your future?
Will all of the buzz about "big data, and big-data analytics, turn out to be justified? Yahoo is putting its money where its mouth is, but there are big-data challenges and limitations to consider.
- Enterprise cloud by definition demands a custom fit
When it comes to cloud computing, enterprises need individual, complex solutions. Cloud-in-a-box or everything-on AWS attitudes simply won't work.
- Study finds manufacturing analytics falling short
Most manufacturers find their analytics stale and unreliable and are missing opportunities to improve operational decision making, Ventana Research says.
- Automation of SpyEye botnet raises the stakes for security
Sophisticated malware-automation techniques are cited as the probable cause for a dramatic increase in Web application attacks.
- One UK school system becomes a managed network monitoring provider
The East Sussex County Council ICT became a managed network monitoring provider for its schools, avoiding WAN-dependent monitoring and allowing schools to buy services as needed.
- Sallie Mae exec: Meetings, metrics spur data governance best practices
In a Q&A, Sallie Mae?s Michele Koch discusses the enterprise data governance program she leads at the company and the data governance best practices she has picked up along the way.
- Oracle?s Java virtualization support policy reignites controversy
With Oracle?s new Java 7 virtualization support policy, users fear they won?t be able to run the popular programming language -- or its apps -- on VMware or Hyper-V.