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VMworld doesn’t start until today, but the floodgates are already wide open. VMware Inc. set the tone for its much-anticipated event after leaking a series of major updates that would normally have been reserved for the keynote address days ahead … Continue reading ?
Community Health Systems (CHS) Inc. has become the latest U.S. institution to come forward about falling victim to Chinese hackers after admitting in an SEC filing last week that personally identifiable information about millions of patients was stolen over the … Continue reading ?
These days, we hear so much talk about how Bitcoin is set to hit the mainstream and become widely accepted all over the world. It’s true Bitcoin is growing more popular by the day, but there are still concerns about … Continue readi...
It’s no secret within the storage industry that sales of physical arrays are slowing down. What with alternatives like cloud storage and virtual arrays proving themselves to be far cheaper and just as useful, it’s getting harder to justify the … Continue reading ?
The advent of cloud computing has made geography virtually meaningless as it means we can store and access data from anywhere. But this doesn’t solve the problem of data security policies that require the enforcement of physical boundaries, a challenge … Continue reading ?
At Facebook F8, a few months ago, Facebook launched App Links, a cross platform app deep linking system. Now, Facebook launched new Analytics feature to use App Links to access info about apps. The App Links Analytics initiative is designed … Continue reading ?
The Oracle Database Appliance (ODA) provides more value at significantly less cost than custom Oracle implementations on white box hardware for both integrators and their customers, writes Wikibon Co-Founder and Chief Technical Officer David Floyer in his latest Wikibon report. Returning to … Continue reading ?
This week’s Smart World Series features acquisitions, partnerships, and new releases to boost innovation in the Internet of Things market. For those who missed anything in this week’s Smart World Series, here’s a chance to catch up on the latest … Continue reading ?
Microsoft has just shipped out its first-ever non-relational database on Windows Azure, which also happens to be its first database product of any kind since releasing its legendary SQL Server. Called “DocumentDB”, the database is a complete departure from Microsoft’s … Continue reading ?
In gaming, analysis is critical and needs to take place in real-time. You would think the pressure of real-time analytics would cause stress for something as complex as video gaming, but that’s not the case with Zynga. At Hewlett-Packard, Co.’s … Continue reading ?
Wearable shipments are on track to grow tenfold over the next few years, reaching 150 million devices (and worth $19 billion) by 2018, according to Juniper Research. And as mobile devices continue to infiltrate everyday life, the consumer impact on … Continue reading ?
Few technologies have more disruptive potential than Docker. Although the company and its namesake technology are barely two years old, almost every major cloud vendor has, or is in the process of, providing support or integration with Docker. If you … Continue reading ?
The United States Postal Service has changed significantly since the advent of Internet e-commerce, and those technological changes have been at times both disruptive and also profitable for the government agency. TheCUBE hosts John Furrier and Dave Vellante sat down … Continue reading ?
If you’re an avid Twitter user, you might have noticed a significant drop in the amount of spam messages and tweets bugging you. That’s because Twitter’s introduced a new anti-spam system called BotMaker that’s helped it to achieve a 40 … Continue reading ?
The future of software-defined networking (SDN) is looking very rosy indeed, with the market segment set to rake in a healthy $8 billion by 2018, well up from the current pittance ($960 million) it’s set to bring through the door … Continue reading ?
Back in March, the Internal Revenue Service announced that Bitcoin and other altcoins would not be considered as currency for tax purposes, but treated as “property” instead. The announcement didn’t sit well, especially with miners who must report the fair … Continue reading ?
Extending the reach of developers further, Appirio Inc., a cloud solution provider, announced a challenge program focused on Apple’s new Swift programming language to create enterprise iOS and OS X applications. Appirio has partnered with BMC Software Inc., Booz Allen … Continue reading ?
Automation is sending the data scientist the same way as the switchboard operator, according to Brian Weiss, the man who Hewlett-Packard Co. appointed to help along the transition. As the head of subject matter experts for the company’s Autonomy business, … Continue reading ?
This week’s Smart DevOps roundup features a Linux hub for connected appliances, an upcoming developer website for the Internet of Things products, and a partnership to launch first Internet protocol (IP) camera platform. Cloud Media launches Linux hub for IoT … Continue reading ?
The convergence of cloud computing and Big Data analytics are generating some radical rethinking about the way IT infrastructure is deployed, judging from the comments of early adopters who were interviewed at Hewlett-Packard Co.’s HP Vertica Big Data Conference last … Continue reading ?