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New Adapters Provide Cost-Effective 10GbE by Leveraging Existing Cabling Infrastructure COSTA MESA, Calif, February 7, 2012 - Emulex Corporation (NYSE:ELX) today announced the availability of 10GBASE-T adapters as part of its next-generation Emulex OneConnect™ 10Gb Ethernet (10Gb...
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Kyle Lagunas of Software Advice . Recent activity – including the acquisitions of SuccessFactors by SAP and Rypple by Salesforce – is pumping new energy into web-based  HR software in the HCM market. Things are clearly heating up in this sector, a...
- Q-o-Q: EBITDA Margin up 430 bps at 23%; PAT Margin up 270 bps at 20.4%- PAT for the year 2011: INR 267 Crore; For Q4 2011: Rs 88 CroreHexaware Q4 2011 revenue surpassed the quarterly guidance of $ 82.5 mn and grew to $ 84.1 mn up 6.7% sequentially in $ terms (up 18.0% in INR terms ...
The longer an application remains vulnerable, the more likely it is to be compromised. Protecting web applications is an around-the-clock job. Almost anything that is connected to the Internet is a target these days, and organizations are scrambling to keep their web properties availa...
The Field Mobility News Weekly is an online newsletter made up of the most interesting news and articles related to field mobility that I run across each week.  I am specifically targeting information that reflects market data and trends. Also read Enterprise Mobility Asia Ne...
Typically, the Dog here usually thinks of Amazon as the place with all the items I could want on my Christmas wish list like the “Outward Hound Back Seat Pet Hammock” (I prefer mine in blue, thank you).  But thinking from the IT part of the IT Dog brain, there is a lot...
Manhattan Beach, CA, January 30, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Geosemble Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of geo-enabled search software, continued on its growth path in 2011 by announcing its highest revenue year since its founding in 2004. Geosemble has been averaging double digit revenue...
By now, everyone even vaguely familiar with information security knows the military maxim of blitzkrieg – burst through the hardened defense at a single point and then rush pell-mell to the rear where the soft underbelly of any static army lies. It is a good military strategy, provide...
36 companies from 14 countries represented[London, 25 January 2012] The finalists for the European Software Excellence Awards 2012 - the leading pan-European awards event for ISV and Software Developer channels - were announced today by IT Europa. A total of 36 companies from 14 Europe...
UK managed hosting provider also recognised for cloud services iomart Hosting is proud to announce that it has been voted one of the best web hosting companies and cloud service providers of 2011.The UK cloud computing and managed hosting services provider was voted into third place, t...
The GC Community Cloud ITSS documentation stipulates the Cloud service specifications that the Government of Canada plans to deploy, and can be used by external commercial providers as well as internally by Shared Services Canada users. They provide technical design blueprints for secu...
The UK Government has this week finally thrown its weight behind the campaign to improve the teaching of computer science in our schools. As it reviews ICT provision in the curriculum it will be the responsibility of government to work with industry to ensure that computer skills are n...
Projected Consulting are delighted to have received UKOUG Partner of the Year Awards in the categories of Business Intelligence (BI), and Primavera & Oracle Projects.Projected Consulting have been a consistent winner of the UKOUG awards since they started. Their specialist knowledg...
The THC #SSL #DoS tool exploits the rapid resource consumption nature of the handshake required to establish a secure session using SSL. A new attack tool was announced this week and continues to follow in the footsteps of resource exhaustion as a means to achieve a DoS against tar...
Here's our October FAQ of the Month: What do Oracle, Microsoft, BMC and INETCO have in common?We're all in the Challenger's Quadrant in Gartner Inc.'s Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring (APM) published September 19th 2011.As...
Here is a recording of a podcast that Ilya (@ilya_shaikovsky, blog) and I did with Apress/Oracle: Meet the authors of the Practical RichFaces 2/edition.
#v11 A robust and diverse set of management tools enabling a variety of infrastructure integration options is essential to architecting a dynamic data center In the continuing quest for a more dynamic data center, infrastructure integration must necessarily take center stage. While v...
Rhomobile has always been focused on providing a modern open and standards-based way to mobilize enterprise apps. The first product we offered for that was Rhodes, an open source framework which makes it easy to build native smartphone apps using your web skills. But we also offered Rh...
Whenever I suggest collaboration between these two worlds, I always observe some sort of astonishment from my interlocutors. Many Enterprise Architects or Business Architects do not realise there may be synergies. Business Process Management (BPM) team
In a previous post titled Hyped Cloud Technologies
The PCI Council today released the long-awaited tokenization guidelines (Information Supplement: PCI Tokenization Guidelines) which give merchants specific guidance on using tokenization to reduce PCI scope and assessment costs, which have been costing large merchants upwards of $500,0...
Last week I published my winning Customer X-Ray of the Quarter, which showed how AppDynamics was able to help a media customer solve a production issue that had plagued their application for over two years. This week I’m posting the runner-up X-Ray entry. This one describes how A...
I think it's a given that Oracle's Identity Manager has been the 600 pound Gorilla in the provisioning space over the last few years.  From what I've been seeing, Microsoft's FIM and a resurgence of SAP Netweaver Identity Management will
ERP Vendors: Finding the right one for your company When making the decision to implement ERP software in your company, choosing the right ERP vendors is as important to success as any other step of the process. Many companies have made the mistake of selecting ERP vendors based on nam...
I’ve been asked for our perspective on Pillar data being acquired for $0 cash and some earn out in the future, a disappointing outcome for a company that has spent well over $200 million. (note, Storage Newsletter pointed out on 6/30 that Oracle filings indicate the amount invest...
Periodically, I pull senior leadership of Nexenta to an out of the office off-site. These meetings allow us to get in the same room for a couple of days, free from the urgent in order to focus on the important.While there are number of items we cannot speak about because...
ERP Comparison – Finding Your “Best-Fit” Software An ERP comparison is usually one of the first tasks that people take on when looking for a new ERP solution. But what is it that you should be comparing? Is it the feature set? Is it the pricing? Is it the support offe...
Top 10 ERP Solutions explained People often are interested in knowing which are the Top 10 ERP Solutions available. This is a difficult question to answer because it depends upon the company that is asking the question and for what criteria. For example if you are a manufacturer lookin...
Finding the right Small Business ERP for your company Small Business ERP is a unique category of enterprise software. It typically needs to have all the functionality of large corporate ERP software, but it needs to have as few clicks and screens as possible to ensure that the users ar...
Hello Everyone - I just finished a very interesting panel on internal tokenization – the event was hosted by BrightTalk and you can catch a replay of it here. The panel included Brandon Dunlop from Brightfly, John Kindervag from Forrester, … Continue reading →
Because I had to click around a few times, trying out instructions that did not work, here’s a link to instructions that actually do install LibreOffice on Uubuntu. The instructions that don’t work tell you to open a DEBS folder that does not exist. The instructions that do work have y...
I'm happy to announce that we're going to have our first meeting of the Boston Chapter of the Cloud Security Alliance on Wednesday, April 27th at 6:00 at the Oracle office in Burlington, MA.The topic for this meeting is Cloud Security
Cloud computing has become an integral part of all IT decision making today across industries and geographies. This market is growing at a rapid pace. By 2014, IDC expects public cloud spending to rise to $29.5 billion growing at 21.6 … Continue reading →
After many scheduling challenges, we had our first CSA Boston Chapter Board Meeting. The "Board" consists of me (Vordel), Prateek Mishra (Oracle)
I've made some real progress on the Maven integration with the Vordel XML Gateway. I've updated the incubator with the latest
I'm in the process of getting the Boston chapter of the Cloud Security Alliance started. I'm just waiting for the "paperwork" to go through, but I'm really excited about what I'm hearing from customers about
What a week! I didn't get stuck anywhere - except for snowed in at home - but it was really busy. I did have the pleasure of ending the week briefing a group of really smart architects and pre-sales people on the
Nothing inspires me to blog like being stuck in an airport. I'm stuck in DC on a return from my first Vordel customer trip. We saw customers in San Diego, Los Angeles, Bay Area, and Seattle. Some of them there were
Today we have announced our membership in the Open Innovation Network; you can read the official announcement here.  In this post I’d like to explain why we did so in a little more detail.1. Increasing impact of OpenStorage and NexentaStor means predators may get annoye...