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Monday, June 11, 2012
- Microsoft Windows Azure enhancements appeal to developers
Microsoft may finally "get" the cloud, say users and analysts who saw new and updated features for Windows Azure last week.
- Vendors claim tradeoffs minimal in SaaS ERP rewrites
Epicor, Infor promise multi-tenant SaaS versions of their flagship on-premises ERP systems by summer, staying firm in their beliefs they’ll deliver just the same.
- Information Builders, SQL Server breathe new life into BI platform
The commercial shipping industry's news and data provider spent the last three years overhauling its BI platform and data processing system.
- TechEd 101: Scoring some ice cream
Knowing your way around the monstrous Microsoft show isn’t always easy, but three show veterans give their take on what works.
- How do you fill DevOps jobs? Hire squirrels
Conventional wisdom says that it’s hard to hire for DevOps. People who have done it say most organizations simply go about it wrong.
- All leaked LinkedIn passwords disabled, users notified
After hackers posted 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords on a Russian site last week, the company has disabled all at-risk accounts and notified their users.
- In software-defined networking, complexity...what a turnoff
In all the excitement over software-defined networking and network programmability, one problem is often overlooked -- code complexity. Is SDN complexity worth it?
- Time and attendance software still an organizational staple
While trendier HR software grabs headlines, time and attendance systems remain a crucial tool for optimizing how organizations track and pay hourly employees.
- Mobile app development: New strategies for developers and testers
Mobile app development demands a more complex set of principles for development, testing and deployment than the traditional software development approaches. Get a preview of Better Software West presenter Todd DeCapua’s session, “Mobile Apps: Breaking Down the Barriers.”
- Stuxnet-Flame link confirmed, Kaspersky researchers say
A module found inside the original Stuxnet code base included the Flame malware toolkit.
- Dell doubles SecureWorks, plans additions to security portfolio
The PC giant plans to further boost its security portfolio in the future and remains committed to securing iOS and Android phones.