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Wednesday, October 26, 2011
- Capitalizing on the generation gap with millennials in the workplace
As retiring baby boomers are replaced by millennials in the workplace, CIOs are scrambling to understand this generation's strengths and motivators. They're not what you'd think.
- IBM to unveil NoSQL technology inside DB2
IBM intends to offer NoSQL database capabilities inside of DB2 beginning early next year, according to a keynote speaker at IBM Information On Demand 2011.
- Citrix aims for VDI cost cuts with App-DNA, HDX on a chip
To broaden VDI adoption, Citrix must reduce the cost of VDI. With its App-DNA acquisition and other advances, it's closer to achieving this goal.
- Web application risks exacerbated by social media ties, says ISACA
- Riverbed rolls out application delivery controller for the cloud
Riverbed?s rebranding of the Zeus application delivery controller and Aptimize Web content optimization targets cloud networking.
- QR codes: Business tool or marketing fad?
While QR codes have potential as a strategic business and marketing tool, their true business value has yet to emerge.
- SAS ups ?big data? ante with high-performance computing platform
SAS has partnered with Teredata and EMC Greenplum to release a high-performance analytics computing platform to handle ?big data.?
- CIOs a help, not a hindrance, to adoption of cloud solutions
Cloud solutions vendors are claiming that CIOs don?t want to buy cloud. Really? Here are four CIOs whose cloud computing projects are proving otherwise.
- Seven questions for Cisco's CCIE security track manager
CCIE security track version 4 is approaching and will include new Cisco ASA firewall features and troubleshooting information. Cisco's CCIE security track manager explains.
- EMC has huge appetite for Big Data technology
Headlines: EMC's president says the company will continue to rapidly acquire companies, but it?s looking more for Big Data technology than data storage.
- Savvis: Cloud computing security issues demand provider transparency
It's not enough to mitigate security risks. Providers must be transparent with customers about how they confront cloud computing security issues, says Savvis CTO Bryan Doerr.