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Tuesday, February 7, 2012
- Agile development: Essential skills for the Agile developer
Find out some very specific tips about practices and techniques that are necessary in Agile development.
- Software testers on Agile teams shift to exploratory testing and code quality
Find out what authors of "Essential Skills for the Agile Developer: A Guide to Better Programming and Design" feel is the new role of the tester and why this role continues to be essential.
- Survey results: VARs report customers? IT spending 2012 expectations
VARs expect customers to increase spending on security more than any other IT area in 2012. See which security segments will grow the most.
- Cisco Live London: 40 and 100 GbE, souped up WLAN
At Cisco Live London, Cisco launched 40 and 100 GbE switching, a souped-up 4-antenna WLAN access point, and a host of network virtualisation technologies.
- Fusion-io braces for competition from EMC?s VFCache server SSD product
Fusion-io?s early lock on the server SSD market is in jeopardy now that EMC is shipping its VFCache product and planning a flash appliance.
- Enterprise cloud file-sharing apps give IT more control over data
Employees already use cloud file-sharing and collaboration services such as Dropbox at work, whether IT knows it or not. Enterprise cloud file-sharing apps let IT regain control.
- Turning a stalled EHR system project into new services and cash flow
When a major EHR system project stalled, the finger pointing ensued. COMHAR?s CIO put a stop to the blame game and began to get business value out of the EHR project.
- Hadoop is hot, but not most popular ?big data? technology
New research reveals businesses? relative lack of ?big data? maturity and the hurdles in both technology and analytics techniques they need to overcome.
- Longstanding security problems plague enterprises, Trustwave finds
While organizations focus on mobile security and other emerging threats, an analysis of more than 2,000 penetration tests conducted by Trustwave found older threats often overlooked.