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Monday, October 8, 2012
- Cisco sweetens deal for Nexus 1000V amid tepid adoption
The Nexus 1000V virtual switch debuted to great fanfare in 2008, but now is being offered in a free version following relatively anemic demand.
- Mobility now the starting place for SAP application development
For months now, SAP has been saying that mobile devices are the starting point for application development. But what does that mean for customers?
- Chinese telecoms cannot be trusted, congressional study finds
A report by the House Intelligence Committee found Chinese telecoms, Huawei and ZTE, pose a significant security threat to the United States.
- Polycom breaks down video conferencing adoption barriers
Polycom announces a RealPresence CloudAXIS suite that allows users to video conference across multiple consumer platforms and devices at a price accessible to SMBs.
- Successful cyberattacks driving up cost of cybercrime, study finds
A study by the Ponemon Institute found that successful cyberattacks rose from 50 attacks on average per week in 2010 to 102 on average per week.
- From the editors: Document imaging, management need holistic approach
It's more important than ever to have a good handle on document imaging and management because of the ease with which we can move information around.
- IBM's OpenFlow controller: Big Blue eyes SDN's application layer
The IBM OpenFlow controller will enable Big Blue to develop network applications on top of software defined networks.
- IBM takes on Oracle, SAP with new integrated data management systems
IBM is set to unveil the newest members of its PureSystems family of high performance computing appliances.