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Friday, January 27, 2012
- McAfee adds SMS filtering, smartphone threat intelligence to Android security app
Mobile application supports Android smartphones and tablets with virus scanning and protection from Web threats and SMS attacks.
- Standards, clear-cut touchpoints vital to cloud ERP integration
Integrating cloud applications with on-premises ERP presents a long list of challenges. Industry experts weigh in on what to tackle first and how.
- When shopping for a 'big data' analytics platform, talk the talk
Enterprise Strategy Group provides a few tips on how to narrow down the product and deployment options before investing in a ?big data? analytics platform.
- Network Innovation Award: Arista open source network operating system
With open source network software, Arista users can program networks to be reactive for dynamic provisioning. Arista is the first winner of our Networking Innovation Award.
- Fake Firefox update delivers malware, exploit kits
Malicious webpages masquerading as browser updates are being used by attackers as launch pads for Trojan viruses and exploit kits.
- Why smartphones play key role in ?enterprise-ation? of mobile computing
Explore smartphone and mobile computing technologies and services with expert Majeed Ahmad, author of a new book, Smartphone.
- Consumerization, cloud computing and HTML 5: The future of the smartphone
"Smartphone" author Majeed Ahmad discusses present and future smartphone trends, including growing consumerization, democratization in the IT world, cloud computing and HTML 5. CIOs and other information technology buyers in the enterprise can examine how smartphones are affecting business.
- Malicious Android applications may have infected millions, Symantec warns
More than a dozen malicious Android applications on the Android Market contain a hidden Trojan that can steal information, download more files and display advertisements on the device.
- Critics: SOPA antipiracy legislation should target the real bad guys
Detractors of SOPA and other antipiracy legislation say new regulations are needed -- but they must be better targeted. To do so, they say regulators simply need to follow the money.