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Friday, October 14, 2011
- RSA Europe Conference 2011: Nation state groups behind RSA attack
RSA revealed a ?nation state? was behind the SecurID attack in March. Twitter and Facebook are still banned at RSA.
- Gartner sees a growing link between MDM and BPM initiatives
Organizations increasingly are seeing opportunities to unify master data, business process and performance management efforts, according to Gartner.
- BBC evolves digital asset management with Life
The BBC?s Life series marked an ongoing shift from film to digital media that is making the need for rigorous metadata and digital asset management in broadcast media more pressing.
- Dell continues its march into cloud services with VMware support
IT managers may not think of Dell as a cloud provider, but this could change with the company's deepened relationship with VMware.
- IT spending on cloud services to exceed 20% of IT budget in ?12: KPMG
IT spending on cloud services will soar in 2012, predicts KPMG. Find out the reasons for this surge in IT spending on cloud services in this news report.
- DataDirect Networks upgrades Web Object Scaler, more data storage news
DataDirect Networks tunes up its WOS object storage platform by adding scalability, cloud storage management features and erasure code protection; and more data storage news.
- Virtela's application acceleration service storms WAN optimization market
Is your company struggling to find WAN professionals? Virtela Technology Services' cloud-based application acceleration service could be the answer.
- News Roundup: Hadoop, hypervisors, and Patch Tuesday
In this week?s server news roundup, we explore the latest on SQL Server 2012, talk hypervisors and upcoming patches.
- Dell preps monster PowerEdge server to take on Oracle?s Exadata
Once the king of commodity servers, Dell is building a PowerEdge box that will compete with some of the biggest SMP systems on the market.
- Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee on vision for the future of IT security
Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee told RSA Europe attendees the future of IT security must include greater simplicity for users.