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Friday, November 11, 2011
- CIOs aren?t letting cloud security risks derail move to the cloud
CIOs are getting a handle on cloud security risks by using trusted providers and doing due diligence in negotiating contracts. Still, concerns linger.
- Usha International innovates its way to The Best of vForum 2011 Award
Usha International bags the Best of vForum 2011 award for Innovation Excellence for its business-critical server consolidation and virtualization endeavor.
- One critical bulletin, no Duqu patch, in November 2011 Patch Tuesday updates
Microsoft?s November 2011 Patch Tuesday security update features four bulletins, one critical, but no patch for the kernel-level vulnerability exploited by the Duqu Trojan.
- FBI takes down DNS Changer botnet; aided $14 million click fraud scheme
Six Estonians were arrested Tuesday as part of the largest botnet takedown ever. The DNS Changer botnet aided a $14 million click-fraud scheme.
- News Roundup: IBM supports Windows, Silverlight could be dead (again)
Will IBM's addition of mainframe support for Windows servers impact your enterprise? And is Silverlight finally dead? Answer these questions and more in this week's news summary.
- NetApp, Cloudera combine for Hadoop storage cluster, more storage news
NetApp partners with Cloudera for Hadoop storage cluster, Scale Computing add scale-out storage nodes, ATTO expands HBA platform and more data storage news.
- Wi-Fi provider refines business process management
Gogo taps Martin Dawes Systems for increased speed and efficiency when it comes to building or modifying its business process management.
- Car rental firm cruises past IE6 security issues
IE6 is plagued with security flaws, yet upgrading can stymie some applications. Avis is piloting a product it believes resolves IE6 security issues.
- New openSUSE, Linux leaders call for secure boot fix: News in brief
The openSUSE project releases version 12.1, which includes new Gnome Shell 3.2; Red Hat, Canonical and The Linux Foundation all concerned about Windows 8 locking-out Linux; and other open source news.