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Red Hat broadens programming language support

RHEL can now support multiple versions of a single programming language, such as Python.

Microsoft's Q3 results are in

Microsoft's Q3 results: Ups, downs (printed on tea leaves?)

Microsoft's Q3 financial results were officially reported yesterday. And as always, to mark the occasion, bloggers put on their analyst/numerologist hats...

SAP patches ASE database login flaw

SAP patched a flaw on Thursday that could allow an attacker to take complete control over a database.

Salesforce for HR puts the focus on mobile and social capabilities

The CRM company's new HR offering is designed to help companies and employees connect

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Latest Windows 10 update demonstrates overhauled dev scheme

Microsoft released its seventh version of Windows 10's technical preview, following its pledge to deliver faster preview updates for the new operating system.

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Huawei eyes U.S. enterprise market despite political challenges

Huawei hopes it can attract U.S. customers to its enterprise products, which include servers, storage and IT services.

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Box wants to be a platform for easy-to-write enterprise apps

A developer edition of Box will allow enterprises to build apps on top of their content collaboration and sharing capabilities without using the Box user UI or requiring a Box account.

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Google boosts workplace efforts with Box integration, videoconferencing

Google is stepping up its efforts to target the enterprise with new hardware and software integrations intended to make its Chrome browser and Chromebook computers central to the workplace.

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Cyber-crooks are automated; you need to be, too

It’s time to automate security response, says the CSO of a $1.6 billion company, who swears by a new tool he has deployed.

SugarCRM sweetens Sugar 7.6 with a BPM twist

One new tool lets nonexpert users create complex workflow rules without coding.

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Review: Tableau makes sophisticated analysis a snap

Innovative, self-service data visualization tool makes quick work of exploratory data analysis from 50-odd sources.


HP partners with FireEye for cyberattack investigation and response

Hewlett-Packard is partnering with computer security company FireEye to give it a technological edge in detecting and investigating cyberattacks.

And that's why we do user acceptance testing

This state agency's IT people are in the process of developing a replacement for a major infrastructure application -- and there are interfaces to two outside systems that are very, very similar.

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Microsoft looks to address customer concerns about cloud control and transparency

Microsoft plans to give customers more control over their Office 365 data in the cloud and more visibility into how it's being accessed.

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IBM launches new threat-analytics tools in the cloud

IBM today launched two new services based on QRadar that make security event management software available through the cloud.

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Getting the most out of big data

Without proper information governance, enterprises are likely to lose out on valuable insights. (Insider; registration required)

Microsoft Azure offers scalability as a service for high-volume apps

Microsoft plans to introduce a new cloud platform service that could ease concerns about scaling up an application as it grows in popularity.

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With data analytics, no more Pontiac Azteks

Focus groups had a hand in the development of what is widely considered one of the ugliest car in history. Today, there are better ways to know what consumers really want, as opposed to what they say they want.

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Big Data and cloud projects can go horribly wrong. Don’t let this happen to you.

IT projects are not bulletproof. They are as likely to fail or encounter obstacles before coming to completion than they are to go smoothly. But when it comes to cloud and Big Data projects, the failure rate is disturbingly high.

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