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Thursday, January 19, 2012
- IT strategic priorities 2012: BI for innovation gains new prominence
Managing information to improve corporate performance will be a top priority in 2012, according to three new surveys.
- Symantec breach: Data breach basis of Norton source code leak
Investigators confirmed that a 2006 breach at Symantec Corp. is the root cause of a source code leak of its Norton Antivirus software.
- UK Networkers should gear up for mobility implementations in 2012
Companies are rethinking legacy tools to take advantage of what users get from having access to data and applications across all kinds of devices, according to TechTarget?s 2012 IT Priorities Survey.
- Collaborative BI key to bringing order to chaotic business environments
Collaborative BI may not carry the same kind of prestige that ?big data? or the cloud does, but devotees like Barry Devlin believe it to be a critical game changer.
- Online sports site uses super-scalable network security hardware
In this Q&A, Australia?s online betting site Sportsbet reveals how it scales network security with network hardware security specialist Crossbeam.
- In Nirvanix deal, DRFortress can resell cloud storage
Fred Rodi, president of colocation provider DRFortress, will resell cloud storage from Nirvanix to expand his footprint to eight more data centers using just one appliance.
- RHEV 3.1 to bring storage live migration, scalability
RHEV 3.1 will include storage live migration and other KVM virtualization management features that will give server virtualization users a viable alternative to Microsoft and VMware.
- Network security test: Crossbeam secures 1 million simultaneous users
Crossbeam performed a network security test that emulated one million simultaneous mobile users on its network security hardware.
- Cost, proliferation power rise of SQL Server data warehousing
SQL Server data warehousing may have seemed a misnomer a few years ago. But many Microsoft shops with growing data needs are seeing the benefits of native products.
- VMware shops eye new System Center 2012 licensing for virtualization
Microsoft may gain some ground against VMware this year. The company simplified System Center 2012 licensing and continues to support unlimited virtualization management per host.
- Facebook users targeted by transformed Carberp Trojan
Attackers seize on the trust victim?s have in the social network by setting up a tricky man-in-the-browser attack and demanding $25 in cash.
- Salaries don't drive job satisfaction for senior IT executives
Salary increases in 2011 weren?t enough to make senior IT executives feel warm and fuzzy when it came to job satisfaction.