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Thursday, May 30, 2013
- Networking blogs: Agile approach to development, VMware's hybrid cloud
This week, bloggers endorse the Agile approach to development and offer their reaction to VMware's new hybrid cloud service.
- News briefs: Juniper backs Cloudscaling; Joyent takes on AWS in IaaS
This week, Cloudscaling's $10 million in Series B funding includes backing from Juniper and Joyent updates its IaaS strategy to woo AWS customers.
- Actiance Vantage: Keeping UC in line with compliance regulations
Actiance's Vantage includes call monitoring and recording for Lync, to help enterprise UC and collaboration stay in line with compliance requirements.
- BYOD strategy, mobile device security remain a top IT priority
As BYOD continues to proliferate in the workplace, mobile device security remains a top IT priority, according to a recent SearchCompliance survey.
- Cloud backups shine for lighting company
Westinghouse Lighting found tape 'archaic' and realized the value of cloud backups in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
- Problem lists drive CDS systems and population health management
Policy experts say problem lists can amp up clinical decision support systems as well as population health management.
- Epic tightens link with virtualization vendor VMware
EHR giant Epic Systems Corp. announces it will provide a new level of support to platforms from virtualization vendor VMware.
- An SDN use case for collaboration and video -- that produces revenue
Sonus Networks has found an SDN use case for collaboration and video that will enable capacity on demand, and could even produce new revenue streams.
- Business decision making must progress in the age of big data
Speakers at MIT and Gartner conferences said the process of making business decisions needs to keep up as big data inundates organizations. Can it?
- Complex Amazon EC2 API creates steep learning curve
There's room to streamline the Amazon EC2 API, but some industry experts say API scalability and compatibility matter most.