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Wednesday, October 12, 2011
- Buyer?s Guide: Choosing data quality tools and software
All the reporting tools in the world mean nothing if you?re using dirty data. Learn how to select the right data quality tools and management software for your organization.
- Microsoft?s October 2011 Patch Tuesday fixes 23 flaws, releases SIRv11
Microsoft has issued eight security bulletins, two rated ?critical,? for its October 2011 Patch Tuesday. It also released its 11th volume of its Security Intelligence Report.
- UK security firm finds new Apache Web server security flaw
The new Apache Web server security issue could allow hackers access to internal or DMZ systems, says a London security firm.
- AT&T builds an innovation ecosystem on four levels
AT&T CIO Thaddeus Arroyo has built an innovation ecosystem that operates on four levels and where managing innovation is about continuous improvement.
- Hotspot 2.0 primer: Another step toward Wi-Fi/cellular integration
Hotspot 2.0 and the IEEE 802.11u protocol could allow mobile device users to securely roam between Wi-Fi and cellular networks without stopping to authenticate.
- Data overload, pricing drives Microsoft shop to Google business email
Google business email hit the mark for one Microsoft shop, after it priced on-site Exchange hosting.
- Enterprise search tools seeing gains on ease of deployment, use
Advances in enterprise search technology have made it easier to deploy and use, giving organizations greater access to the unstructured and structured content stored across channels and repositories.
- New batch of IDS, IPS evasion techniques are hitting their targets
Stonesoft has discovered 163 new advanced evasion techniques (AET), claiming these AETs can pass below the radar of some IDS, IPS products.
- IBM adds Storwize V7000 Unified array for multiprotocol storage
Headlines: With the Storwize V7000 Unified array, IBM enters the multiprotocol storage market; Big Blue also improves its auto-tiering software capabilities across arrays and data centers.
- Physical servers live on longer than IT pros predict
Hypervisors are more technically capable than ever of taking on new workloads, but logistical issues like legacy apps, budget and time constraints still stand in the way of server consolidation.
- Social engagement tips from author Qualman
In this interview, Erik Qualman says mistakes will be made, but simple, one-to-one interactions are the key to social media engagement.