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Monday, July 30, 2012
- Black Hat 2012: SSL handling weakness leads to remote wipe hack
Researcher Peter Hannay's man-in-the-middle attack exploited an SSL handing flaw to remotely wipe Android and iOS mobile devices via Exchange server.
- Is Windows 7 your last Windows desktop migration?
Microsoft will support Windows 7 until 2020. As mobile devices get more popular, you may not need to do another large-scale Windows desktop migration until then -- or ever again.
- Direct marketing firm solves VDI storage woes with hybrid flash array
Direct marketing firm EU Services received a performance boost from Nimble Storage hybrid flash to remove VDI storage bottlenecks.
- SAP offers free mobile SDK, partner program to push mobile development
SAP has two new programs aimed at spurring mobile application development on the Sybase Unwired Platform (SUP), including free licenses and an initiative that helps them make money off of their apps.
- Future ACO clinical decision support systems require heavy IT lifting
It takes a lot of heavy IT lifting to build patient-based clinical decision support for accountable care organizations, from HIE to analytics to EMRs.
- ACO clinical decision support system solutions lie in mobile health
Providers turn to mobile health solutions for ACO clinical decision support system problems.
- Security researcher wins Microsoft Blue Hat prize for kBouncer
A new defensive technique that can be used in Intel-based processors could thwart memory-based return oriented programming attacks.
- From the Editor: Advanced analytics full of promise, but hard to do
Advanced analytics technology adoption has been slow, but sports analytics has been brought to the fore with the London 2012 Olympics.