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Tuesday, March 26, 2013
- HIMSS 2013 conference attendees discuss future of interoperability
Without any national policy announcements, HIMSS 2013 conference attendees focused on interoperability.
- IT risk mitigation strategies for MSPs and cloud providers
Attorney advises that MSPs and CSPs enact four basic IT risk mitigation strategies, involving contractual language, insurance, encryption and more.
- BYOD security concerns: Perception vs. reality
If you take the same old heavy-handed approach to BYOD security, you can actually make the problem worse. IT must adapt and focus on data protection.
- Business capability model helps data pros sell MDM, Gartner says
Data management pros need business buy-in to get funding for MDM initiatives. Modeling business capabilities can help, according to a Gartner analyst.
- Adding SLI to ALM: Dave West on Tasktop's open initiative
Learn how Tasktop's SLI focuses on integration during the development stages of ALM for a more seamless flow.
- Can you have big data and personal data privacy?
In a big data era, one of the sacrificial lambs is personal data privacy. This is a risk for each of us and the companies we work for.
- Networking blogs: Snags in wireless management, tips for smart storage
In this week's networking roundup, bloggers discuss the good and bad of wireless management and why IT should trust their smart storage technology.
- CCNA changes: Realigning the entry-level Cisco certification
Cisco made changes to its CCNA program to help admins become voice, wireless and security specialists faster.
- The many faces of converged infrastructure
Converged infrastructure offers a way to resist the public cloud and still gain efficiencies and scalability, but few vendors offer the real deal.
- Oracle Sun Sparc T5, M5 servers hit shelves
Oracle execs say the new Sparc T5 and M5 servers are focused on competing with IBM Power, but an analyst says they're mostly for the existing install base.
- SDN blog roundup: SDN use cases, OpenFlow standards and Embrane
SDN bloggers discuss a Cisco-Embrane partnership, early SDN use cases -- including the WAN -- and why ONF OpenFlow standards are necessary for SDN.