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Friday, May 17, 2013
- Avnet, HP team up on big data practice
Avnet, HP are rolling out a big data practice aimed at helping HP partners build out their big data businesses.
- News briefs: Google cloud services headline I/O, Compute Engine opens
In these briefs, Google I/O delivers news about Google's cloud services, including a new database service and general availability of Compute Engine.
- Data center technologies evolve to meet tomorrow's computing demands
VMware's upcoming public cloud and AMD's 64-bit ARM servers are technologies for the data center that exemplify the changes in the IT industry.
- Networking blogs: Overlay Transport Virtualization, SDDC practicality
In this week's networking roundup, bloggers advise how to use Overlay Transport Virtualization and discuss what's needed for a mature SDDC.
- Expanded Hadoop use cases will drive need for new enterprise features
With user interest rising, Hadoop vendors are trying to pave a path to higher adoption with add-ons that target issues holding the technology back.
- HIMSS analytics study weighs in on wireless networks and cloud
A 2013 HIMSS study reveals organizations in the midst of managing wireless networks and cloud computing, among other IT initiatives.
- Consistent cybersecurity training a must to meet evolving threats
In this week's Searchlight: bold new threats highlight need for cybersecuity training, why big data requires soft skills, cloud confusion and more.
- BYOD: Securing the risk to access the cost benefits
Bring-your-own-device schemes offer businesses the opportunity to cut the costs and improve user experiences, but benefits can be dwarfed by the risks.
- Citrix bets on Excalibur, angles toward enterprise mobility
The Citrix Synergy 2013 conference is awash with vendors moving beyond just desktop virtualization and into enterprise mobility management.
- New BI stack tackles data load at Boston Children's Hospital
Boston Children's Hospital upgraded its business intelligence architecture to boost enterprise reporting, a move that also required retraining users.
- New skills for the QA tester: Scripting, security
Software quality assurance is gaining respect as a profession -- but do QA testers have the scripting and security skills the role now requires?
- Troubleshooting network problems with good governance and design
Packet loss, oversubscription, unpatched and inconsistent switch software still plague enterprise networks. Find out how engineers are fighting back.
- Early adopters say Internet of Things resets software, business models
In a panel session at SapphireNow 2013, SAP users and a telecom company say sensors are the easy part of making machines talk to each other -- and us.
- Q&A: The future of e-discovery technology as data processes evolve
Information governance expert Jeffrey Ritter discusses how technology for e-discovery evolved, and how it influences data processes and management.