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Tuesday, March 5, 2013
- RSA 2013: Experts struggle to define offensive security, hacking back
Is offensive security or 'hacking back' a viable cyberdefense tactic? RSA Conference 2013 experts struggled to define the terms, never mind the role they play.
- Middleware and SOA appliance adoption on the upswing
Adoption of middleware and SOA appliances is on the rise, experts say. Integration complexity is driving the trend.
- Dell SonicWall SuperMassive 9000 fills enterprise firewall gap
The SuperMassive 9000 series fills the gap between Dell SonicWall's SMB and service provider firewall products.
- IPv6 training: A helping hand for an enterprise IPv6 transition
The IPv4-to-IPv6 transition will challenge many IT organizations. IPv6 training can help administrators master IPv6 configuration and new protocols.
- Mature IaaS cloud, lower prices grab IT shops' attention
Enterprises used to turn to public cloud services only for the apps they didn't care about, but lower prices and cloud maturity have changed that.
- RSA 2013: FBI offers lessons learned on insider threat detection
At RSA Conference 2013, experts from the FBI said insider threat detection hinges not on technology, but on a multifaceted 'people-centric' approach.
- CFO Magazine conference explores CFO role as IT user, manager
CFO Rising East 2013 highlights best practices for CFOs as technology users and -- increasingly -- as managers of IT organizations.
- News briefs: Find six-figure cloud jobs; open Python framework debuts
In these briefs, see which geographic and vertical markets boast cloud jobs at $100,000 and up, and learn about a new, open source Python framework.
- Cerner, McKesson reveal CommonWell patient data interoperability deal
EHR vendors, led by Cerner, McKesson agree at HIMSS 2013 to streamline patient data interoperability, compete on other metrics in CommonWell alliance.
- BlackBerry customers' loyalty hinges on BES 10 multi-OS support
BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 will manage iOS and Android devices, but that might not be enough to convince BlackBerry customers to stay loyal.