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Thursday, December 6, 2012
- Citrix acquires Zenprise MDM tools for CloudGateway, mobile apps
Citrix acquired Zenprise to supply customers with an MDM tool that works with CloudGateway and helps admins manage mobile devices and applications.
- Application delivery vendors offer cloud optimization for AWS
Silver Peak, Riverbed and F5 announce application delivery products for cloud optimization on Amazon Web Services.
- AWS introduces Redshift 'big data' and business intelligence service
Amazon Web Services introduces Redshift, a cloud-based data warehousing and business intelligence service for small and medium-sized businesses.
- Health care data breach worries make CIOs question HIE system security
Report: You can't stop BYOD, you can only contain it. But you can elect to not join an HIE if health care data breach worries keep you awake at night.
- Cisco collaboration sales blamed on lack of integration, simplicity
Cisco collaboration sales have dropped by 8% in 2012. Enterprises need a simpler, tightly integrated collaboration and UC offering.
- Health IT salary data spurs optimism about 2013
Some health IT shops are reporting decreasing staff and even paid furloughs, but most aren't. Health IT salaries mostly aren't contracting, either.
- Study finds firms lagging in health care privacy, data security protections
Inadequate security controls, a heavy use of cloud-based services, and employee negligence are resulting in multiple breaches at the same firms.
- HP undercuts Rackspace on OpenStack IaaS price
HP made its first public cloud service generally available this week, with prices and an SLA that may intrigue Amazon and Rackspace IaaS users.
- Patch Tuesday: Five critical bulletins, Exchange Server fix expected
In addition to Exchange Server, updates fix flaws in Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office and Microsoft Word.
- Microsoft plays 'follow the leader,' cuts Azure cloud storage costs
In a move to remain competitive, after Amazon and Google cut cloud storage rates, Microsoft follows suit, slashing Azure storage by 28%.
- Is PeopleSoft to Oracle Fusion HCM a no-brainer?
Despite the fanfare over cloud HCM, most PeopleSoft users are happy to stick with their legacy systems due to Fusion's functionality gaps.