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Wednesday, October 5, 2011
- Five reasons to stick with your legacy ERP system
Some experts say that without clear wins from the features in a new ERP deployment, replacing a legacy ERP system is usually not worth the cost or risks.
- Oracle’s largest database runs Beehive on Oracle Exadata
Oracle’s in-house email and collaboration application runs a 101 TB database on Oracle Exadata. A company official explained the deployment.
- Cloud governance and SOA governance: Similar but different?
As cloud computing evolves the need for runtime governance increases. Distributed clouds may experience new threats that were not present in SOA.
- e-Crimes India conference 2011 to be held in November
The annual e-Crimes Inda conference is slated to be held in the second week of November this year. Hurry up and register for this event now!
- DHS cloud computing: Homeland Security’s model private cloud strategy
Using private cloud at separate data centers has allowed the Department of Homeland Security to strike a balance between security and cost savings.
- BYOD boosts wireless LAN market, forces WLAN design
Smartphones and tablets are flooding wireless LANs with new traffic, forcing WLAN design changes and driving new WLAN equipment sales.
- Mozy seeds its cloud backup service with Data Shuttle device
Headlines: Mozy looks to improve the time it takes to get started with its MozyPro cloud backup service with a seeding device called the Data Shuttle.
- HP launches new zero client amid PC division turmoil
HP offers no assurances that it will keep its PC division or continue to provide service to customers. Despite this uncertainty, the company launched its new zero client.
- Australia's Integrated Research leads VoIP management market
Australian vendor Integrated Research will seek to extend its lead in the eEnterprise VoIP management market by releasing versions of its software for Avaya and other providers.
- IT shops call on HP and Oracle to kiss and make up
With new leadership at HP, the time is now for Oracle and HP to restart stalled negotiations on Intel Itanium support.
- Mobile computing offers inroads to executives, profit models for SAP customers
Learn how one leading air carrier used mobile computing to engage more deeply with its executive team while creating new revenue streams and profit models.