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Wednesday, September 12, 2012
- Microsoft details SCCM SP1, new Intune version, September patches
System Center Configuration Manager 2007 receives a patch, plus Microsoft delivered a beta version of a service pack for the 2012 edition of the product.
- Government could miss IPv6 deadline; enterprises make IPv6 transition
The federal government might miss the IPv6 deadline for Internet-facing servers, but a gradual IPv6 transition for government and enterprises is OK.
- Awash in tools, CIOs strive to fit storage strategy to business need
New tools add all kinds of options for an enterprise storage strategy, but for CIOs, one constant holds fast: Do what's best of the business.
- Is a Storm moving into the complex event processing world?
Big social media sites spawn new event processing technologies. But they may prove best for new Web applications, rather than established CEP apps.
- ONC looks to make Blue Button public, boost patient engagement
Following the implementation of Blue Button among veterans, policymakers bring patient engagement tools to the public.
- AT&T applies new tactics to advanced persistent threat protection
After a year researching and implementing new advanced persistent threat protection tactics, the telco giant has put several new defenses in place.
- Cloud-based storage, replete with pros and cons, gaining traction
Cost savings, security assurances, ease of use and consumerization all have a hand in growing popularity of cloud-based storage.