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Thursday, October 6, 2011
- How Kraft is transforming the meaning of work in a digital enterprise
Kraft Foods' push to become a more virtual, digital enterprise is driven by savings on hard costs and a lot of marketing know-how.
- Interop NYC: Where's the OpenFlow?
After all the OpenFlow hype at Interop Las Vegas, there is noticeably little talk of the specification here at Interop NYC. Is that because it's not ready for primetime?
- Oracle Public Cloud to offer two Fusion apps
Oracle announced the Oracle Public Cloud on Wednesday, which will initially offer Fusion CRM and HCM. Other options, for Java, a database service and a “social network,” will come later.
- Oracle Fusion Applications now generally available
Oracle Fusion Applications is now generally available, but expect adoption to be slow, happening module-by-module with some while others wait years before implementing it.
- HP data center fabric vision takes shape with HP 5900 switch
Combined with its core A12500 chassis, HP’s new top-of-rack 5900 switch marks the beginning of a data center fabric vision.
- Oracle Fusion CRM early adopters offer their reviews
A handful of members of Oracle's Early Adopter Program for Fusion CRM relayed their experience with the company's new platform.
- Microsoft gears up for 23 flaws in October 2011 Patch Tuesday
Microsoft’s eight security bulletins address flaws in Internet Explorer, Windows, Forefront UAG and the .NET Framework. Two bulletins are rated “critical.”
- New Android malware uses blog platform to communicate with cybercriminals
Trend Micro Inc. has uncovered a new Android malware variant that uses a blog site with encrypted content as its command-and-control server and disguises itself as an e-book reader app.