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Wednesday, December 7, 2011
- VMware vSphere 5 uptake slow among users
VMware vSphere 5 boasts of cloud-based features and monster VMs, but its uptake is lagging because of user satisfaction with vSphere 4.
- Adobe security update being issued for zero-day in Reader, Acrobat for Windows
Adobe has issued a warning about a critical zero-day vulnerability in Adobe Reader and Acrobat for Windows. An emergency security update is scheduled.
- ONC targets patient engagement at mHealth Summit town hall
The Office of the National Coordinator has lofty goals for getting patients more involved in their own care. However, each goal brings numerous technical and cultural challenges.
- Security pro: Find and secure sensitive Oracle database data
Jonathan Intner, solutions architect for data security company Vormetric, talks about what makes sensitive data sensitive, encryption key management and finding sensitive data in surprising places in this Q&A.
- Malware, lost or stolen devices top mobile phone security threats
Malware authors are just beginning to target popular mobile platforms, and experts say enterprises need to gain control of the devices connecting to the corporate network.
- Gartner: Adobe outranks IBM, Microsoft for top Web content management vendors
Gartner?s Magic Quadrant for Web content management adds Adobe, forecasts an overall growth rate of 14% until the year 2014; almost twice that of the enterprise content management software market.
- IBM, HP share top spot for servers: News in brief
With flagging sales of Itanium systems last quarter, IBM wrested sole ownership of the number one position for worldwide server revenue from HP, IDC reported.
- EMC maintains disk revenue lead
Headlines: EMC holds on to the No. 1 slot as external disk storage vendor this past quarter, with its networked storage revenue up by 22%.
- Secure coding techniques absent from eight in 10 Web applications
Veracode?s latest State of Software Security Report showed secure coding techniques are absent from most Web applications. Android apps fared badly, too.