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Tuesday, July 3, 2012
- Law firm's infrastructure overhaul lowers costs, improves productivity
A law firm upgrades its legacy systems and deployed a new data back up and disaster recovery strategy. Here’s how it lowered costs and improved IT efficiency.
- Citadel malware toolkit going underground, says RSA
The Citadel crimeware, a toolkit giving cybercriminals sophisticated financial malware, is being taken off the market by its authors, according to experts monitoring its activity.
- VMware cloud management goes multi-hypervisor with DynamicOps buy
After insisting it wouldn’t go there, VMware went there; with its DynamicOps purchase, VMware offers cloud management for third-party hypervisors.
- No escaping network-based IT power management
Market forces will dictate that network managers get more involved in IT energy management.
- Cloud provider opts for X-IO hybrid SSD arrays
Storage roundup: Cloud provider RTW Hosting opts for X-IO hybrid SSD arrays; Buffalo’s new iSCSI and NAS arrays; Coraid appointment; OnApp to bundle storage virtualisation software; and more news.
- Mitel pitches UC 360 appliance for SMB video conferencing
Mitel announces its UC 360 SMB video conferencing and collaboration appliance, bringing telepresence on a small scale to the SMB market.
- Zornes: MDM software vendors struggling with data governance
MDM vendors and practitioners have several difficulties to face down when it comes to implementing data governance, “MDM godfather” Aaron Zornes says.
- Targeted SAP upgrades changing SAP training, experts say
SAP's more frequent, smaller upgrades are pressuring companies to change how they view training, according to experts. One company is choosing to go a different route.
- Cloud SLA compliance with software defined networking
To improve cloud SLA compliance, providers like DreamHost and Calligo are turning to software defined networking