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Here we are – by this date next month Windows XP support will officially end. April 8th is day Zero and a whole lot of security hurt is on the way. So what are we looking at exactly? Trouble. Windows … Continue reading ?
Just when it seemed that the cloud ecosystem is beginning to settle down, with Amazon staking the lead, DigitalOcean landed $37.2 million in Series A funding from prominent Silicon Valley VC Andreessen Horowitz. The Seattle-based startup has done what the … Continue reading ?
Atlassian, the provider of enterprise software, has launched its product development solution called Atlassian Git Essentials. It is the company’s first fully integrated development solution for Git. Atlassian Git Essentials uses the capabilities of the JIRA Issue Management Software and … Continue reading ?
Amazon has wrapped an API around IT infrastructure and thus forever changed the way organizations consume technology services, raising the bar on business agility but also creating new challenges in management and policy enforcement. Now, as enterprise CIOs move to … Continue reading ?
Not to sound like a broken record buuuuuuuut, the cloud is the center of the conversation again at the Open Networking Summit 2014 event this week. We were there live with theCUBE covering the event with exclusive broadcasts, where we … Continue reading ?
People charged with making sense of big data should understand one thing: You’re working against human evolution. Not surprisingly, that can cause problems. “Big data is very sexy and makes it seem like we can figure out anything. Well, maybe,” … Continue reading ?
Now that the streaming live from Xbox One is a reality, attention is being turned by the folks at Twitch towards putting streaming capability on mobile devices. To make this a reality, the company has just launched a software development toolkit … Continue reading ?
The democratization of app building has created a new paradigm It wasn’t that long ago that web-savvy marketers were touting the advances in technology that allowed anyone to build a website, publish a blog, or embark on a social media … Continue reading ?
There are only a handful of companies that come to mind when you think of smart cities. Established tech firms like IBM and General Electric have been eagerly promoting intelligent solutions for urban improvement, where machines are already more populous … Continue reading ?
Spotify’s acquisition of The Echo Nest was not entirely surprising since the two companies have a common core: music (and Spotify APIs). With Echo Nest, it is expected that Spotify will be able to deliver better content recommendation to users, … Continue reading ?
What role does the cloud play in Big Data deployments today and what will the future of Big Data in the cloud look like? To understand both, we should first look at the state of the Big Data market today—and even the … Continue reading ?
Fanboys who can’t attend SXSW 2014 now have the opportunity to watch performances live or immediately right after, as the iTunes Festival app has been updated, and those in the US can now download the app on the App Store. … Continue reading ?
Facebook’s $19 billion acquisition of WhatsApp is still getting a lot of attention, but this time it’s not about rumors of another company offering more for the messaging service, it’s about user privacy. Facebook is known for exploiting its users’ … Continue reading ?
The days of monolithic business intelligence (BI) software are coming to an end, and SAP is doing everything within its power to escape the death spiral. The German firm is diversifying beyond its legacy revenue streams with a fast-expanding portfolio … Continue reading ?
And so Satoshi Nakamoto, the man who created Bitcoin, has finally been located. That is, of course, if you believe the investigative feature published in Newsweek yesterday, which claims that “Satoshi Nakamoto” is none other than a reclusive 64-year old … Continue reading ?
Government IT leaders says that the growth of Big Data analytics can help agencies to better understand network security, and lead to the development of new tools to combat cybersecurity threats, according to a new report from MeriTalk. Based on … Continue reading ?
Like many of my friends who are the resident Bitcoin experts within their circle of friends, I was woken up this morning to the tune of about two dozen text messages and alerts letting me know about Time Magazine’s that … Continue reading ?
Reflect on the following and see if this seems familiar. Security teams exist in order to protect the business, while IT operations are focused on keeping systems up and running. You will also find application teams in the mix whose … Continue reading ?
In the true spirit of open source, Red Hat has updated its OpenShift platform-as-a-service to support.NET applications and added SQL Server to the list of available databases on the solution. Implemented with the help of Seattle-based integration startup Uhuru … Continue reading ?
Atlassian, the leading provider of collaboration software for teams, announced Atlassian Connect, a new distributed structure that allows third party developers to create additional modules in the programming language of their choice, and sell through Atlassian Marketplace. Atlassian Connect is … Continue reading ?