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Thursday, August 18, 2011
- SpyEye source code leaks could fuel new wave of attacks
The SpyEye source code could enable researchers better understand the malware, but it could also make SpyEye a much larger malware threat, according to Damballa Inc.
- Windows 7's DHCP handling under IPv6 flawed: Researchers
Flaw may lead to failure of multiple services on a target Windows 7 machine with a pinpoint denial-of-service attack.
- Former Yahoo data chief: Analytics is the future of 'big data'
Usama Fayyad, a featured speaker at Netezza's Enzee Universe user conference, came armed with information on how the future of "big data" lies in analytics.
- Customary data warehouse concepts vs. Hadoop: Forrester makes the call
Forrester analyst James Kobielus discusses traditional data warehouse concepts, Hadoop and the three best ways to start making sense of "big data."
- Enterprise mobility's next phase: Contextual services
Expert Maribel Lopez explains why enterprise mobility should focus on improving business processes and using Big Data to create contextual services.
- Amazon GovCloud lurches toward private vs. public cloud
The U.S. government paid Amazon big bucks to build a private cloud, but some question how private it really is. And can any enterprise buy one?
- Xsigo evolves I/O virtualization into data center fabric
I/O virtualization vendor Xsigo has evolved its product into a data center fabric by enabling server-to-server connections within its infrastructure.
- Desktop video conferencing software's Web client ups flexibility
UC pros at a Chicago law firm deployed desktop video conferencing software they call "business-class Skype" to keep up with the demands of their highly mobile workforce.
- Three steps to creating a successful SharePoint 2010 deployment plan
These best practices for developing a comprehensive enterprise SharePoint 2010 deployment strategy have proven a winning formula for many organizations and can be boiled down to three key steps.
- Citrix buys RingCube for desktop personalisation: News in brief
Citrix has acquired RingCube, a desktop personalisation software provider, for an undisclosed sum. Citrix will add RingCube’s capabilities to its XenDesktop platform.
- SAP Business ByDesign strengthens channel efforts
SAP claims its revised Business ByDesign, with new workflow and reporting capabilities, will drive more channel business.
- doubleIQ increases data warehouse performance
Looking to data delivery performance, doubleIQ from its data warehouse, doubleIQ employed EMC's Greenplum solution.