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Thursday, May 16, 2013
- Infor customers ponder where legacy ERP fits in new social, Web push
Customers of Infor use its legacy ERP brands that go back decades, but now are being challenged to move to the company's new Web architecture.
- Q&A: Why WLAN test tools should evolve quickly -- but likely won't
Network consultant Peter Welcher talked to SearchNetworking about the evolution of WLAN test tools as more businesses look to wireless networks.
- BlackBerry, VMware deliver dual persona features for mobile devices
BlackBerry's Secure Work Space for iOS and Android will help heavily regulated companies or those searching for extra security to better support BYOD.
- Interop reporter's notebook: SDN vendors talk OpenFlow, hybrid SDN
We spoke with five vendors at Interop who share their approach to and definition of SDN as it relates to OpenFlow, hypervisor and legacy views.
- SDN Tweetup May 17: Will SDN applications ever generate cash?
During our Tweetup May 17 at 12 p.m. EDT we'll discuss whether SDN applications should be generating or accelerating revenue. Hashtag #SDNchat.
- HDS partner program adjusted with account segmentation, rebate changes
HDS is making changes to its TrueNorth partner program in five areas, including account segmentation, rebates, specialization support.
- MetricStream and CipherCloud announce new cloud security platforms
In this Product Spotlight, learn about two new security platforms from vendors CipherCloud and MetricStream.
- Indian enterprises invest in IT for growth
In 2013, Indian CIOs increasingly will spend money on IT aimed at helping their business grow, according to a joint survey from the CIO Klub and Ernst & Young India.
- Indian health care needs IT boost
Health care providers in India will spend 57 billion rupees on IT products and services in 2013 compared to 53 billion rupees spent in 2012.
- Google Compute Engine prices on par with AWS -- for now
Conventional wisdom has Google and AWS locked in the Price War of the Titans with the launch of GCE, but a deeper look reveals a different truth.