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Tuesday, May 8, 2012
- Mobile virtualisation tools unpopular, despite IT consumerisation
Budget constraints, availability of native apps and limited choice prohibit mobile virtualisation tools from gaining popularity, despite the rise of BYOD and IT consumerisation.
- Using tech to gain a competitive advantage: The new CIO benchmark?
Interest in the ways rival companies are using technology to gain a competitive advantage has risen sharply among business leaders.
- Citrix acquires XenClient competitor Virtual Computer
Sources close to Virtual Computer say Citrix acquired the company for its client hypervisor and desktop management product, NxTop.
- HP details its cloud computing strategy at OpenStack
HP made its cloud strategy much clearer at the OpenStack Conference in April.
- Custom Web application helps realtors and homeowners
IT exec Chris Lambrou built a custom Web application for the real-estate market, and solved a problem that had stymied lending giants.
- Midmarket companies find JD Edwards upgrades a good fit
At some point, your JD Edwards shop will have to decide whether to switch to a different product, upgrade or stay where you are. Learn what two other organizations did when working through JD Edwards upgrades.
- Cisco spins its own concept of software-defined networking
During her Interop 2012 keynote, Cisco CTO Padmasree Warrior previewed the Cisco Open Programmable Environment.
- Microsoft patches 23 security vulnerabilities, three critical bulletins
Microsoft addressed 23 vulnerabilities as part of its May Patch Tuesday update, addressing flaws in Windows and Office.
- Microsoft fixes code targeted by Duqu in May 2012 Patch Tuesday
Experts suggest patience when dealing with this month’s round of Microsoft updates.