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Thursday, September 15, 2011
- Cloud computing overview: 12 reasons to love it or leave it
Cloud computing -- should you love it or leave it? For now, maybe both, Forrester Research says.
- Google enterprise apps gaining, but as supplements -- not substitutes
Millions of users have signed up for Google enterprise apps. For many, the cloud platform is still a supplement, not a substitute, for legacy systems.
- Funding, carelessness, hurdles to secure networks: Dr Whitfield Diffie
Cryptographic pioneer Dr. Whitfield Diffie spoke at SecurityByte 2011 in Bengaluru, where SearchSecurity caught up with him. Here?s what he had to say.
- Tips for making the business case for CRM analytics ? and what can be gained
Using CRM analytics is a popular trend, but it?s important to make a solid business case for bringing it into a CRM environment. Learn what to expect from CRM analytics and how to develop a business plan for integrating the data.
- Microsoft sharpens Windows Server 8, Azure cloud story
Microsoft gave enterprises a glimpse of how future applications and enterprise platforms will be brought together with Windows Server 8 and Azure.
- From the Editors: Vibrant picture of the data quality software market
While large vendors are adding data quality capabilities, independent and niche companies are still thriving in the data quality software market, according to a new Gartner Magic Quadrant report.
- Enterprise social software Magic Quadrant: Assess user need first
Collaboration pros have three enterprise social software vendor paths, according to Gartner's social software Magic Quadrant -- choosing one requires assessing user need.
- Latest SAP Solution Manager release features long-awaited updates
SAP has released Solution Manager 7.1 and is hoping this is the version that gets customers on board.
- Gated community cloud appeals to exclusive IT set
Hosting provider INetU rolled out a gated cloud service for Fortune 2000 customers. Riff-raff need not apply.
- Developments in the Azure and Windows Server 8 pairing
Microsoft made the Windows Server 8 and Azure connection clearer, raising hopes for easier development in the cloud.
- Can't Inmon and Kimball just get along?
A longtime data management professional illustrates the synergies that exist between the Inmon and Kimball data warehousing methodologies.