Citrix Synergy 2012 Stars: Mobility, Virtualization and Cloud

Cherr Aira | May 11th

Citrix Synergy 2012 kicked off on a high note this past Wednesday. At the center of it all was the ongoing discussion of how the cloud era is changing the course of mobility, virtualization and cloud...»

Xbox Maintains Stealth Living-Room Cloud Entertainment Crown

Kyt Dotson | May 11th

As expected, the position of a gaming console attached to millions of household TVs is proving to be an excellent strategy for Microsoft in their stealth attack into the set-top-box market. All Things D has run a...»

This Week in the Cloud: HP Cloud Services, VDI and mSpot

Maria Deutscher | May 11th

This week in big data had a few major updates, including the roll out of HP Cloud Services – the hardware giant’s big entry into IaaS – into public beta. The platform is based on...»

So You’re 100% Virtualized … So What?

Jeffrey Kelly | May 11th

A recent InformationWeek article highlighted a number of companies who are well on their way to 100% virtualized infrastructures. PACCAR, Pacific Northwest National Lab, Corporate Express, Westcon Group … all of these firms are over 50% virtualized...»

Users Missing Opportunities as Vendor Support Embraces Multiple Delivery Channels

Bert Latamore | May 11th

Major hardware and software vendors are embracing multiple channels beyond existing portals and e-mail to provide better support to their customers says IDC Services and Support Analyst Elaina Stergiades. Each vendor has...»

Big Data and DevOps: 5 Projects to Watch

Klint Finley | May 11th

I've written before that big data necessitates DevOps by creating infrastructural challenges that require improved collaboration between development and operations and increased reliance on automation. But big data can also enable DevOps teams by providing more actionable...»

Adobe Addresses Vulnerabilities in Defense Industry, Recommends Upgrades

Cherr Aira | May 11th

Flash Player vulnerabilities are pretty much one of the most common issues that everyone who uses a web browser faces. A recent attack via custom crafted e-mails with malicious attachments infected Adobe Flash Player on Internet Explorer for Windows platforms...»

Cyberthreat Weekly: CISPA Passes House, New Hacker Group, Android Malware on the Rise, and More

Kristina Farrah | May 11th

The cyberspace isn’t going to run out of surprises for us; not back then, not now, not ever. Here’s SiliconANGLE’s cybersecurity roundup for the week.

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HP Cloud Services Now Covers DB-as-a-Service, Too

Maria Deutscher | May 11th

Hewlett-Packard is obviously doing something right, given the impressive number of third party developers that announced integration with HP Cloud Services yesterday, when the newest challenger to AWS’s throne entered public beta. Among those companies...»

Samsung Unveils Windows Phone, Challenges Apple’s Pinch-to-Zoom Claim In Court

Mellisa Tolentino | May 11th

Today’s mobile roundup features Samsung challenging Apple’s claim, the latest safety app for iPhones, and more gift ideas for Mother’s Day. Samsung challenges Apple’s pinch-to-zoom claim The Regional Court in Mannheim Germany was supposed to hand down...»