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Attunity, a Massachusetts-based developer of data protection and management software, is acquiring Hayes Technology Group to establish a presence in the SAP ecosystem. The German business intelligence giant boasts over 250,000 enterprise customers globally, a growing number of which are … Continue reading ?
The US military is not alone building full-body ballistic protection like Iron Man suite for soldiers that theoretically allow the wearer to literally walk through a stream of bullets. The Shenzhen, China based Iron Man Factory claims they can build one … Continue reading ?
Converged systems can reduce IT operational costs, sped installation, and simplify management, writes Consultant and Wikibon Analyst Scott Lowe in “Revamped HP Convergence Aims to Simplify the Data Center and Expand Offerings”. However, he writes, the HP ConvergedSystem line, one … Continue reading ?
Well you can’t say you weren’t warned about the risk in all this Black Friday stuff. It’s more about retail transactions in general. The national news has picked up the story of Target’s massive data breach and the investigation that … Continue reading ?
Like all those involved in web development know, making a website compatible with all browsers from older versions of IE to modern browsers, is tremendously difficult task. Even more difficult can be to test the development work on all versions … Continue reading ?
It’s the end of 2013 and the year is closing out on an industry that has discovered that the nature of DevOps is a multi-layered highly-channeled experience that has been changing the face of IT and development. DevOps relies on … Continue reading ?
Cloudera and Amazon have joined forces to democratize Hadoop in the latest push to converge cloud computing and analytics, two of the hottest and most disruptive trends in IT. The pair announced the collaboration this morning, just days after Impala … Continue reading ?
As 2013 winds down, it’s only natural for people to make personal New Year’s resolutions for 2014. It’s also a perfect time for technology industry predictions. This is the first installation in our multi-part “Technology Predictions for 2014? series in … Continue reading ?
theCUBE traveled to Barcelona, Spain to cover #hpdiscover, Hewlett-Packard’s largest event in Europe. theCUBE knows no boundaries. If an enterprise-tech company plans to hold a summit on the moon, we plan to be there. In the latest rendition of #hpdiscover, … Continue reading ?
This week’s Wearable Tech roundup features a new technology development that could allow dogs to speak, a connected Christmas, and a cool concept for the iWatch. No More Woof If you watched the animated movie Up, you may be … Continue reading ?
Bolstered with a dedicated Internet of Things divison, Cisco is extending its reach into the connected universe through new solutions for accessing and managing files across multiple devices. The networking giant on Tuesday pulled the curtains back on a desktop-as-a-service … Continue reading ?
The National Security Agency’s spying days could be numbered, after a five-member Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies presented its findings to President Barack Obama. The 300-page report recommended changes in the way the NSA collected telephone data from … Continue reading ?
In its latest “5 in 5” forecast of trends that will change the way people interact with technology, IBM names cloud computing and machine learning as the innovations that are poised to make the biggest impact on our lives, potentially … Continue reading ?
Next year will see demonstrable evidence of the Internet of Things (IoT), which is set to become far more tangible in 2014. While most of us have moved beyond speculating about the value of an Internet-connected fridge, we’re yet to … Continue reading ?
WANdisco, a provider of high availability solutions that’s making a name for itself in the Big Data space, is now simplifying version control for geographically dispersed teams with SVN MultiSite Plus 1.2. Like the company’s Non-Stop Hadoop offering, which recently … Continue reading ?
Google has revealed that the next update for Google Glass will deliver new features including Hangouts messages, a lock screen, and the ability to upload photos and videos to YouTube. But the most intriguing feature is ‘Wink’, the ability to … Continue reading ?
If you happen to own an older Apple Mac, you’d best cover up that webcam of yours if you don’t want to get creeped out by this latest story. That’s because, a hacker could possibly be watching you right now, … Continue reading ?
MuleSoft, a San Francisco-based API connectivity startup, has updated its CloudHub service to provide better support for enterprise use cases that involve both in-house infrastructure and off-premise applications. The new release of the integration platform as a service (iPaaS) offering … Continue reading ?
The hunt for copyrighted content illegally shared on the Internet is sacrosanct, but its side effects are often unpredictable and absurd. Especially when it has to deal with websites with a huge amount of traffic as YouTube automatic methods are … Continue reading ?
After reaching $1000, Bitcoin market value has seen a bit of turmoil and a tumble with China being at the forefront. Rumors and regulation make the grade and Dr. Bitcoin has weighed in on the trajectory of the currency’s value … Continue reading ?