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Thursday, August 25, 2011
- Case study: Server hardware strategies at Fedbank
Efficient server hardware now helps Fedbank achieve quick turnarounds when servicing customers. Here’s how the company went about its server hardware setup.
- SharePoint 2010 performance management load gets heavier
SharePoint 2010’s increased capabilities, and complexity, require administrators to be more vigilant in managing and maintaining their server farms to ensure best performance.
- Apache DOS vulnerability exploited by attack tool, warns developer
A denial of service (DOS) flaw existing in Apache 1.3 and 2, is being actively exploited by an attack tool in the wild, warns the Apache dev team.
- Expedia's quest for IT process excellence
Expedia's IT infrastructure VP lays out her plan to build a reliable and predictive IT services organization, starting with IT process excellence.
- VMware fills View 5 app personalization dearth with third-party stop gap
Citrix customers get user app personalization in XenDesktop 5.5. VMware View shops won't get this feature in View 5, but they can buy software from Liquidware Labs to do the job.
- Mobile, location data central to sales order management’s future
GPS, mobile devices and collaboration promise to transform sales order management, according to experts.
- RBS breach of email security policy exposes staff pay rates
An email accidentally mailed to 800 RBS employees contained the pay rate details of nearly 3,000 RBS contract staff.
- Ramnit worm variant now dangerous banking malware
The Ramnit worm now supports man-in-the-middle attacks, giving cybercriminals the ability to drain a victim’s bank account.
- Content management market sees HP-Autonomy deal potential game changer
HP’s intention to purchase Autonomy as it plans to transform its business has industry watchers wondering about consolidation in content management and enterprise search.
- Data center pros hurry up and wait for Hurricane Irene
A bout of natural disasters has data center professionals rechecking their disaster recovery plans.
- Business case for real-time BI tools rests on data-access speed needs
Justifying investments in real-time business intelligence systems depends on demonstrating the business value of faster decision-making capabilities, according to analysts and IT pros.
- Davenport: Invest in your human capital with talent analytics
In this interview, Babson College professor Thomas H. Davenport discusses how businesses like Google are tapping into employee data to further invest in the company’s greatest assets.
- Verizon buys cloud broker to boost user experience in Terremark cloud
With its acquisition of CloudSwitch, a cloud broker software vendor that helps enterprises move cloud data more easily, Verizon aims to accelerate sales of its Terremark cloud.
- Companies want e-invoicing but find cloud-to-ERP integration hurdles
E-invoicing adoption won’t improve until buyers become less selfish and provide suppliers with a choice of trading partner networks, according to Forrester.
- In wake of Android Trojans, enterprises need Android security policy
Does your enterprise have an Android security policy? Senior Site Editor Eric B. Parizo says the growing number of Android Trojans now demand it.
- IT industry veteran demystifies the scale up vs. scale out debate
Analyst Tony Iams explains the choice of scaling up or scaling out systems and offers tips on matching database workloads with the right architecture.