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Monday, February 6, 2012
- Microsoft makes mobile move with next CRM release
Microsoft next release of Dynamics CRM includes a new mobile module, offering native support for most mobile devices. It also adds new social, compliance and reporting features.
- Lancaster Bible College gets cloud Web content management system boost
After technical infrastructure issues continually crashed Lancaster Bible College?s website over the course of a year, the school switched to a cloud Web content management system.
- Cisco Live London: 40 and 100 GbE switching and souped up WLAN
At Cisco Live London, Cisco debuted 40 and 100 GbE line cards for Nexus and Catalyst switching lines, as well as a 4-antenna wireless access point meant to soup up the WLAN.
- Symantec backup applications get makeovers for speed, VMs
Symantec enhances backup applications NetBackup and Backup Exec: adding speed, search and NetApp integration to NetBackup and better virtual backup to Backup Exec.
- Nothing funny about SCADA and ICS security
A researcher calls the state of industrial control system security ?laughable? and warns of the consequences of unpatched critical infrastructure that is reachable over the Internet.
- Oracle details integration with RightNow
Oracle has finalized its $1.5 billion acquisition of CRM SaaS provider RightNow Technologies, and to celebrate executives held a webcast outlining their future plans for all the CRM and cloud products the two have on the table.
- Efficient SAP order management critical in tough economic times
Companies can better weather tough economic times by taking take full advantage of features within SAP order management, from Biller Direct to SAP Collections Management.
- Get detailed when preparing RFPs for mobile ERP and BI
A clear mobile strategy will determine the right questions to ask hardware vendors, software developers and service providers, consultants say.
- Adobe issues support for Flash Player sandboxing in Firefox
Adobe has launched the pubic beta of a new Flash Player sandbox feature for Firefox users, making attacks more difficult for cybercriminals.