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Thursday, July 11, 2013
- Q&A: How Cisco supports BYOD, security for 60,000 employees
Cisco supports BYOD for 60,000 employees. Here's how the company handles BYOD and balance security with employee productivity.
- IBM acquires CSL International, simplifies mainframe management
IBM acquired virtualization management vendor CSL International, giving IT admins a simple way to manage z/VM and Linux on System z virtualization.
- IT insourcing vs. outsourcing: Readers debate selective outsourcing
In this CIO Chatter, our readers respond to a recent column on IT insourcing vs. outsourcing. What are your views in the selective-outsourcing debate?
- Microsoft: Cloud computing is the new normal
Microsoft continued beating the cloud computing drum on WPC Day 3, saying cloud-oriented partners outperform peers by a number of financial measures.
- Windows 8 online training courses offer low-cost, flexible options
Online IT training centers are adding Windows 8 online courses to educate IT pros on how to deploy and administer the new OS.
- Asigra cloud backup software switches to recovery-based licensing
Asigra develops 'novel concept' for licensing cloud backup software -- it charges customers according to how much data they restore.
- The cloud security issues holding back cloud adoption in India
Security fears are cited as major obstacles to cloud adoption worldwide, and India is no exception with major hurdles to clear before mass adoption.
- #Compliance: Cyberprotection, cybersecurity regulation follow NSA flap
The NSA scandal has sparked worldwide talks on cybersecurity regulation as countries hammer out cyberprotection policies to guard digital information.
- Network functions virtualization: Another road to scalable networks
Providers may not be ready for SDN, but network functions virtualization offers another approach to deploying a programmable network.
- Enterprise Hadoop will need to work with existing processes
A panel of enterprise users at Hadoop Summit 2013 offers guidance for moving from experiments to operations.
- Microsoft's reorganization may have long-term impact on IT, systems
Microsoft's reorganization may not impact IT in the short term, but questions surround how it will affect the quality of its products and services over time.