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Thursday, February 2, 2012
- Cisco OpenFlow: Not likely for Cisco software-defined networks
Waiting for a Cisco OpenFlow strategy? Don't get excited. It looks like Cisco is going proprietary on its software-defined networking strategy.
- Quick take: Why iRobot's CIO doesn't like enterprise cloud computing
Contrarian iRobot CIO Jay Leader explains why he has no use -- at the moment -- for enterprise cloud computing. It's all about the economics, stupid.
- CIO: Forget tech metrics; meeting business needs is measure of success
Don't ask iRobot CIO Jay Leader to calculate tech metrics on IT projects.
- Apple updates OS X Lion to 10.7.3, releases Snow Leopard security fix
Releases next major update to OS X Lion; pushes out security-only updates to Snow Leopard and other Apple software..
- Remote access problems: BYOD muddies the water evolving with consumerization
BYOD enterprise policies are creating new remote access problems on the WAN. Find out how to get a better handle on iPads and smartphones invading your VPN.
- SEC filing: VeriSign security breach in 2010 was limited, execs say
In an October 2011 regulatory filing, VeriSign said its corporate network was breached in 2010, exposing data on a ?small portion? of its systems.
- Avaya introduces iPad mobile UC appliation as mobility interest grows
With mobile unified communications a major priority for enterprises in 2012, Avaya has launched a mobile UC product for the iPad.
- Creating a HIPAA-compliant backup in the cloud
For HIPAA covered entities and, increasingly, business associates, cloud services offer a feasible option for meeting backup and disaster recovery compliance requirements.
- Company finds cloud ERP integration brings plenty of on-premises work
In-house Oracle expertise proved crucial to integrating Salesforce.com?s CRM application through the Informatica Cloud service.