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Opinion: AWS rumors explained as major news is expected at re:Invent

As the Amazon :Invent conference kicked off this week, rumors of major new business announcements from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and Zynga Inc. are swirling around Amazon Web Services (AWS). Another rumor predicts AWS will announce an on-premise appliance … Continue reading ?

Critical threat to Windows users? Microsoft releases patch install

Users of Windows 2003/2008/2012, as well as Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, and Windows RT, could be under attack from a bug which Microsoft reported could “allow remote code execution if an attacker sends specially crafted packets to a Windows server.” Machines are … Continue reading ?

Assassin’s Creed Unity launches with serious performance issues

Ubisoft Entertainment is no stranger to player concerns over game performance, and now their latest game, Assassin’s Creed: Unity, is facing a serious fan backlash over severely low frame rates and other performance issues such as bugs and game crashes. … Continue reading ?

Microsoft scraps Lync, rolls out new “Skype for Business”

Microsoft Corp. has finally seen sense and realized that it’s a bit confusing having two instant messaging/VoIP programs on the go at once. Hence, it’s decided to kill off the least popular version, Microsoft Lync, and replaced it with a … Continue reading ?

PrivacyGrade gives Facebook app an A, Talking Tom not so lucky

User privacy is a rapidly growing concern in the new digital age, and with smartphone adoption approaching higher and higher rates, the public has started to take notice when companies use their data for illicit purposes. But knowing what apps to … Continue reading ?

Red Hat launches Atomic Host platform for Docker containers

Docker containers are disrupting the world of virtualization, but IT still requires an operating system framework on which to run and manage them. Now, Red Hat Inc., has just launched the public beta of an OS it believes is ideally … Continue reading ?

Better Tor-gether? Mozillla bids to bring anonymous browsing to the masses

The Mozilla Foundation isn’t stupid. It knows that many people are worried about their online privacy and really aren’t keen on being tracked or spied upon by advertisers and spy agencies. And so to cater to this group of paranoid … Continue reading ?

MapQuest, along with, offer on-demand, membership-free roadside assistance

MapQuest Inc. and announced yesterday, November 11, an integration between the two companies that will allow users across the U.S. to connect with emergency assistance 24/7, through its mobile application. MapQuest is a mapping service with over 40 million … Continue reading ?

Saving Snaps using third-party apps? Snapchat will ask you to stop

Snapchat’s claim to fame is the fact that after recipients view the Snap, the company deletes the content from their servers as well as the Snapchat mobile app. In May, Snapchat settled with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission over charges … Continue reading ?

Treehouse SDN project demos first “Web-scale” software-defined network

Researchers from a trio of companies have achieved a new milestone in the evolution of software-defined networking (SDN), by demonstrating a 500,000 route capacity test network that spanned three border gateway protocol (BGP) domains and two countries. The demonstration was … Continue reading ?

How CipherCloud addresses cloud security: Q&A with CEO Pravin Kothari

Consumers are increasingly concerned about cloud security in light of breaches this year, from those affecting International Dairy Queen, Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. to Staples, Inc. and United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS). Luckily, there’s a new wave of … Continue reading ?

CDOs must dig through organizational dirt to uncover the data gold | #IBMInsight

Chief data officers numbered in the single digits not so long ago, but now the title is popping up every which way, from the financial services market to the healthcare industry and even non-core sectors such as manufacturing and media. … Continue reading ?

Science and magic converge in the Internet of Things | #oow14

The Internet of Things (IoT) has so much potential, and according to Cisco Customer Solutions Architect Daniel Bogda, this is “where science fiction, where magic start to really become marketable products.” He believes that we now have the tools, technology … Continue reading ?

Tableau taps consultancy powerhouse to broaden industry reach

Tableau Software Inc. is further expanding its market presence through a new alliance with Infosys Ltd., one of the largest technology outsourcing providers in the world, to bring the power of data visualization to more business users. The agreement marks … Continue reading ?

Web developers find a friend in Mozilla with the Firefox Developer Edition

To celebrate the tenth birthday of Firefox, the Mozilla Corporation has released an updated browser designed with developers in mind. The Firefox Developer Edition provides a multitude of tools useful for the creation and debugging of apps, both desktop and mobile. In addition … Continue reading ?

Dell is putting the converge in Nutanix’s hyperconvergence pitch | #DellWorld

After spending several years trying to carve itself a slice of the convergence infrastructure market to little avail, Dell Inc. finally changed strategies in June, teaming up with Nutanix Inc. to supply the hardware for its wildly popular hyperconverged appliances. … Continue reading ?

Plexxi snaps up Richard Napolitano to lead its SDN push

Software-defined networking startup Plexxi Inc., is on a mission to transform the networking landscape, and to do so it’s just hired the services of one of the best executives in the business. Richard Napolitano, a former president of EMC Corp.’s … Continue reading ?

How Techpreneur Dr. Craig Brown Invests in Tomorrow’s Developers

The STEM Resource Partners mission, said Dr. Craig Brown, CEO of STEM Resource Partners and Techpreneur, is designed to “identify resources” from all over the tech spectrum. Funds, training, and certifications from the STEM Resource Partners are granted to a … Continue reading ?

Smart coffee maker brews itself while you sleep

This week’s Smart Living roundup features the industry’s first smart coffee maker, a device that acts as the ears of your home, and an alliance for the future of connected cars.  . Connected coffee maker for automated mornings   Belkin International … Continue reading ?

Tintri ups the ante in the hybrid storage war with new generation of systems

Tintri Inc. is launching a new series of hybrid storage appliances sporting an upgraded version of its homegrown management stack in the latest development from the cutthroat race to deliver the next-generation of flash-enhanced arrays for the enterprise. The move … Continue reading ?

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