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Thursday, June 20, 2013
- Four things to keep in mind when developing mobile applications
Employees need apps that help them do their jobs and also hold their interest. Here are four tips on developing mobile apps they'll want to use.
- Westcon Group inks CA distribution deal for North America
IT distributor Westcon Group is taking the first step in what it hopes will be a multiple-product, global distribution relationship with CA.
- GE, Pivotal and Amazon collaborate on the Internet of Things
GE, Amazon and Pivotal have put the Internet of Things into action to make machines smarter with implications for medicine, manufacturing and more.
- Das Testen von Mainframes verletzt den Schutz personenbezogener oder vertraulicher Daten
Das Testen von Mainframe-Apps ist schwierig. Die Daten sollen so real wie möglich sein. Damit kommen Sie aber schnell mit dem Datenschutz in Konflikt.
- New mobile technologies, strategies center on business apps
Mobility has changed the way companies do business; IT must deploy mobile efficient technology to end users.
- Digital disruption: E2 attendees talk shifts in disruptive innovation
Digital disruption trends come and go as quickly as the tides. In this Twitter recap, E2 conference attendees discuss disruptive innovation shifts.
- Tips to lower data storage costs: Don't always fall for the new stuff
Experts at Storage Decisions gave their storage tips on how to buy systems and get the most from technologies such as CDP and file collaboration.
- Secure cloud-to-cloud migration essential to poaching cloud customers
Customers are considering cloud-to-cloud migration as the market heats up; providers must ensure security to attract new customers.
- SDN blogs: Who cares about hardware in SDN and network virtualization?
In this week's SDN blog roundup, bloggers discuss control plane protocols with OpenFlow, the business benefits of SDN and network virtualization.
- News briefs: CenturyLink buys AppFog, Amazon's CIA contract questioned
This week, CenturyLink boosts its PaaS position with its AppFog buy, Congress questions the CIA's choice of Amazon over IBM, and GE gets into cloud.
- Tech-savvy San Francisco Giants aim for bleachers with @Café
SearchCIO's Nicole Laskowski was at the E2 Conference this week. Here's what she picked up for The Data Mill.
- Cisco targets data integrator Composite Software in $180 million deal
Networking giant Cisco is set to buy Composite Software Inc. for $180 million, with a mix of data virtualization and cloud computing driving the deal.
- Oracle SaaS grows big, but analyst says not much of it is really new
Oracle SaaS revenue grew in the last quarter, but a Gartner analyst says much of it is from existing Oracle customers and through acquisitions.