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Tuesday, June 26, 2012
- Storage infrastructure management doesn’t have to be an ‘infrastruggle’
In his Storage Decisions keynote, Jon Toigo pushed for better storage infrastructure management through the use of smarter pooling strategies to reclaim disk capacity.
- Asigra cloud backup partners offered access to vertical marketing strategy info
Cloud backup provider Asigra will offer partners vertical marketing data; backup provider StorageCraft to launch cloud backup and failover services for MSPs and VARs; and more backup news.
- Three SQL Server tips Denny Cherry wants you to know
Which SQL Server technologies are hot right now? What does a SQL expert wish you knew about SQL Server? Hint: BI and data growth have a lot to do with it.
- Cloud data integration focuses business-IT tensions
Cloud data integration platforms contested territory in struggle between IT and the business. As experimental cloud data integration projects become operationalized, will business and IT harmonize?
- Major shake-up of Cisco executives: engineering, acquisitions shuffled
Cisco announces longtime M&A chief Ned Hooper is leaving. CTO Padmasree Warrior takes over and Pankaj Patel assumes sole leadership of engineering.
- API server plus services gateway equals REST services integration
Gateway specialist Vordel has added an API server to its array of integration tools for REST and SOA management. A cloud broker is also in the offing.
- Searching for the right SaaS service-level agreement
Obtaining a service-level agreement with a SaaS provider requires asking some tough questions.
- Agile practices: Misuses and misperceptions
Expert Joseph Flahiff explains why Agile practices aren't just about "being fast," and discusses other misperceptions about managing Agile projects.
- Direct patient data exchange: Gold standard or stepping stone?
State and federal HIT leaders say Direct patient data exchange good for the near term for getting through meaningful use, but evolving quality initiatives will require much more.