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CA Upgrades System Management Products
News  |  10/30/2009
CA upgrades four system management products, giving each greater authority over the virtual domain as well as physical assets.
Google Maps Adds More Real Estate Data
News  |  10/30/2009
Users of Google's search engine can now find out more detailed information about real estate.
Windows 7 First 'Self-Healing' OS
News  |  10/30/2009
Microsoft baked a number of support technologies directly into its new operating system so it can self-diagnose and repair problems.
IBM Targets Smart Cities, Government Services
News  |  10/30/2009
A new government framework is aimed at tax and revenue management, safety, social services, transportation, and urban infrastructures.
MicroStrategy BI License Revenues Up 39%
News  |  10/30/2009
The business intelligence application vendor's performance is in striking contrast to the broader software industry.
Q&A: CIO Ross Philo On 'Post Office' In Your Home
News  |  10/30/2009
In a tough business environment, the U.S. Postal Service is delivering new capabilities for home PCs and smartphones and new services for high-volume mailers, says its top IT executive.
Amazon Serves Up MySQL
Commentary  |  10/30/2009
Amazon's newest cloud offering: MySQL 5.1 in the cloud, also known as Amazon RDS. And there's worry that it'll turn out to be a bad thing for MySQL in the long run, although that might not hold true for other open source repurposed in the same way.
Records and the Threat of Cloud Computing
Commentary  |  10/30/2009
I recently hosted a panel for ARMA that proved to be one of the most thought-provoking sessions I have been involved in for a long time. What became abundantly clear early on was that records managers and compliance officers really need to get their head around cloud computing, and fast.
Enterprise 2.0: Challenging Economy Pushes Businesses Toward Better Tools
News  |  10/29/2009
TechWeb's Enterprise 2.0 Conference, Nov. 2 through 5 in San Francisco, aims to connect companies with better business technology.
An Android App For The Military
News  |  10/29/2009
Raytheon's mobile application for Android-based smartphones employs GPS, camera, and other real-time capabilities for use in the field.
Amazon Introduces PayPhrase Payment Shortcut
News  |  10/29/2009
Online merchants can use Amazon's passphrase payment scheme to ease the friction of online commerce.
Windows 7 Hardware Discounts Offered
News  |  10/29/2009
PC users can now get bargains on Microsoft mice, keyboards, Webcams, and other peripherals—even if they didn't host a launch party.
Is The Desktop PC Doomed?
News  |  10/29/2009
The rise of Web-based apps, virtualization, and a crop of powerful mobile devices have the traditional PC desktop on the run.
Catbird Monitoring VMs In Amazon EC2
News  |  10/29/2009
A version of Catbird's vSecurity Cloud Edition is available as an app in Amazon's EC2-approved catalog of application services.
Rolling Review: Service Catalogs Tested
Features  |  10/29/2009
NewScale shines among competitive service catalog choices.
CIO Profiles: Andy Blumenthal, CTO Of The Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms And Explosives
Features  |  10/29/2009
This tech chief wishes he had joined government right out of college.
SAP Upgrades BusinessObjects Explorer
Commentary  |  10/29/2009
Last May I complained that the SAP BusinessObjects Explorer release announced at Sapphire wasn't everything I expected from the big, splashy product launch. As of November, however, the missing ingredients -- namely the combination of system-agnostic data integration and acceleration -- will finally be in place. Here's the scoop.
Ksplice: No More Reboots?
Commentary  |  10/29/2009
How'd you like to never have to reboot a Linux box again -- no, not even if you have to apply a kernel-level patch? That's the promise of Ksplice, a software technology for Linux (and maybe soon other platforms) designed to allow a system to be patched from the kernel level on up without having to be restarted. It's available right now for Ubuntu, and from what I can see, it's not digital snake oil.
Android 2.0 Revs Enterprise Features
News  |  10/29/2009
The latest version of Google's mobile operating system makes it easier for users to get corporate e-mail, calendar, and contact information on their handsets.
IBM Integrates Dev Tools With Tivoli
News  |  10/28/2009
The integration of testing and asset management tools enables software developers to more cleanly automate deployment of new apps.
Google Launches Music Service
News  |  10/28/2009
Look out iTunes and Amazon, Google has integrated songs into its search results.
Ubuntu Server 9.1 Adds Cloud APIs
News  |  10/28/2009
Canonical's Linux operating system includes built-in means of accessing Amazon's EC2 with a compatible set of APIs from the Eucalyptus open source project.
Windows 7 Could Spark Move To 64-Bit
News  |  10/28/2009
More robust architecture would help business users better cope with information overload.
Google's 'Gov Cloud' Wins $7.2 Million Los Angeles Contract
News  |  10/28/2009
The City of Los Angeles plans to replace its Novell GroupWise e-mail system with Google Apps, partly using anti-trust settlement money paid by Microsoft.
Business vs. Tech Perspectives on SharePoint 2010
Commentary  |  10/28/2009
It's tough to get your mind completely around SharePoint 2010 -- an even bigger and more all-encompassing platform than 2007... I can't overstate the enthusiasm for SP2010 at last week's SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas. But here's a question for you the enterprise customer: is all this enthusiasm always in your best interest?
DOD Says Yes To More Open Source
Commentary  |  10/28/2009
Open source in the government and military isn't a new thing; governance is one of open source's biggest target markets, so to speak. It's still all the more heartening to hear the Department of Defense come out strongly in favor of open source, and to recommend using more of it whenever possible.
Defense CIO Touts Benefits Of Open Source
News  |  10/28/2009
Deputy CIO David Wennergren points to reliability, security, and lower TCO as among the potential benefits of using open source in the U.S. military.
CA Offers Integrated Management Console
News  |  10/27/2009
A single console monitors realtime application performance of both distributed systems and mainframe applications.
Google CEO Imagines Era Of Mobile Supercomputers
News  |  10/27/2009
The future, as Eric Schmidt describes it, belongs to smart phones and data centers.
Analytics Aplenty at IBM's IOD Conference
Commentary  |  10/27/2009
What were the odds we'd hear all about analytics at this week's IBM Information on Demand (IOD) conference in Las Vegas? I wish I could have placed that bet! "Analytics" was in the very name of two out of four new products announced at IOD. Here's my quick take:
EnterpriseDB, Postgres Maker, Raises $19 Million
News  |  10/27/2009
IBM, Red Hat, and NTT are backing the open source database maker.
VMware Workstation 7 Supports Windows 7
News  |  10/27/2009
Workstation 7 supports virtual machines and takes advantage of enhanced 3D graphics and other features of Microsoft's latest OS.
Windows 7 Boosts Laptop Battery Life
News  |  10/27/2009
Collaboration between Intel and Microsoft means at least an extra hour of power, vendors claim.
Cisco To Acquire ScanSafe
News  |  10/27/2009
The market for tech companies is heating up again, as Cisco strengthens its position in Web and mobile security.
President Obama Details Smart Grid Funding
News  |  10/27/2009
The government plans to spend $3.4 billion in federal stimulus funds to upgrade the nation's power grid. R&D efforts are already underway at some leading tech vendors.
Ubuntu's Future Shouldn't Be This Unpredictable
Commentary  |  10/27/2009
Yesterday Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth held a phone conference to talk about the state of Ubuntu. It's clearly become more than just "Linux for human beings". But it's getting harder to avoid thinking of Canonical as a black box, and that hurts.
IBM Spins Off PLM Unit To Dassault
News  |  10/27/2009
$600 million deal sees Big Blue transfer Product Lifecycle Management assets to industry partner.
Teradata's Hardware Strategy and Tactics
Commentary  |  10/27/2009
The most important takeaways about Teradata's hardware strategy from the Partners conference last week are: 1. Teradata's future lies in solid-state memory. 2. The solid-state future is imminent. 3. Teradata will increase the number of appliances it sells. 4. Teradata will mix and match parts (especially storage) in a modular product line.
Global CIO: Why Are Microsoft, Oracle, And HP Bashing IBM?
Commentary  |  10/26/2009
Mark Hurd, Larry Ellison, and Steve Ballmer have all recently taken some fairly empty shots at IBM. But if Big Blue is such a loser, why do those three CEOs keep talking about it?
IBM Intros BI Tools For Unstructured Data
News  |  10/26/2009
Content Analytics is a set of business intelligence tools designed to analyze e-mail, blogs, reports, and other external data.
Windows 7 Draws Praise, Putdowns
News  |  10/26/2009
Most early adopters appear pleased with Microsoft's new OS, but some are griping about installation bugs.
Lockheed Locks Down Federal Health IT Contracts
News  |  10/26/2009
Awarded $170 million in contracts, the company will provide services for government health information technology systems.
PortableApps Adds Non-Open Source Apps, Sort Of
Commentary  |  10/26/2009
In a startling move, a favorite platform of mine for delivering no-install open source applications on Windows has thrown open the doors to adding freeware -- non-open source apps -- to their collection. Did the planets fall out of alignment when I wasn't looking?
White House Uses Open Source To Open Government
News  |  10/26/2009
The Whitehouse.gov site now runs the open source Drupal content management system, which includes social networking tools that can be used for communications and participatory government.
SAP NetWeaver BPM: A 1.0 Product With Promise
News  |  10/26/2009
It's not the best business process management system on the market, but can it be the best system for SAP customers?
Who Needs Analytics PhDs? Grow Your Own
Commentary  |  10/26/2009
Analytics, whatever that means, has emerged as the hot topic all over our industry... According to the conventional wisdom, very special experts, quants we'll call them, are needed because mere mortals can't handle this stuff... But I don't buy this.
Adobe, Salesforce Put Flash In Cloud
News  |  10/23/2009
Salesforce.com and Adobe Systems are teaming up to put interactive, rich user interface applications in the cloud ahead of Microsoft's Azure launch.
Teradata Offers Free Software
News  |  10/23/2009
Free data warehouse software is available for two x86 setting: Amazon EC2 and VMware Player.
EMANIO Intros 'Affordable' BI, Predictive Analytics For SMBs
News  |  10/23/2009
The vendor is offering named user, concurrent access pricing for the integrated platforms, as well as a quarterly subscription model designed for smaller businesses. Server pricing is per named server, so the number CPUs doesn't matter.
Google Inks Jaguar Land Rover Apps Deal
News  |  10/23/2009
The automaker has purchased 15,000 seats for Google Apps, incuding Gmail.
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