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Dell Panel: BYOD, IoT Increase Security Challenges

A group of Dell experts, customers and partners, as well as analysts and journalists, debate the issues of security in a rapidly evolving IT world.

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Why Apple Isn't Worried About iPad Sales Numbers

NEWS ANALYSIS: Analysts seem surprised Apple's iPads didn't sell in the same high volume as iPhones, which likely shows they don't understand the tablet market.

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Comodo Takes a Container Approach to Security

Comodo's SecureBox technology is designed to lock down systems from threats although risks might remain from the host operating system itself.

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Google Faces Renewed Focus by EU in Antitrust Case

Google could need to agree to additional conditions as part of a proposed antitrust settlement agreement in the EU that has been on the table for five months.

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Why Acquiring InMage Made Sense for Microsoft

A Microsoft exec sheds light on the rationale behind the acquisition of cloud data protection specialist InMage. VMware played an indirect role in the decision.

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Corporate Data Guardians Must Ensure 'Value, Veracity' of Big Data

NEWS ANALYSIS: The richest troves of unexplored data can be found inside corporations, but only if the data's value and veracity is protected, said an MIT Sloan School IT professor.

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Dell Panel: BYOD, IoT Increase Security Challenges

A group of Dell experts, customers and partners, as well as analysts and journalists, debate the issues of security in a rapidly evolving IT world.

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Why Apple Isn't Worried About iPad Sales Numbers

NEWS ANALYSIS: Analysts seem surprised Apple's iPads didn't sell in the same high volume as iPhones, which likely shows they don't understand the tablet market.

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Google Faces Renewed Focus by EU in Antitrust Case

Google could need to agree to additional conditions as part of a proposed antitrust settlement agreement in the EU that has been on the table for five months.

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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: JULY 25, 2014

Apple denies iOS devices enable access by NSA snoopers; Tim Cook admits lower-cost used iPhone sales are good for Apple; Oracle Linux 7 makes its debut; and more.


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Daily Tech Briefing: July 24, 2014

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Daily Tech Briefing: July 21, 2014

Black Hat preview shows hotels and IoT vulnerable to hacks; HP grows efforts to target IBM and Lenovo...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 18, 2014

Microsoft to slash 18,000 jobs, Nokia hit hard; Apple could pay Ebook buyers $400 million; IBM's...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 17, 2014

IBM, Apple join hands as unlikely enterprise partners; Microsoft seeks developer partners for...

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FCC window for Net Neutrality comments closes, with a bang; Google's Nest, ARM, Samsung launch new...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 15, 2014

Samsung Galaxy apps nudge out Google App Store; Apple addresses China's CCTV security allegations;...

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Daily Tech Briefing: July 11, 2014

Apple pointed finger at Google, while cooperating with FTC; The clock is ticking on Windows 7,...


Why Acquiring InMage Made Sense for Microsoft

A Microsoft exec sheds light on the rationale behind the acquisition of cloud data protection specialist InMage. VMware played an indirect role in the decision.

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Microsoft Entices Oracle Shops With SQL Server 2014 Migration Tool

The company focuses on SQL Server 2014's in-memory capabilities in its bid to siphon enterprise database workloads from rival Oracle.

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Juniper to Sell Junos Pulse Security Unit for $250 Million

The sale is the latest move by the networking vendor, which is streamlining its operations and focusing on high-growth areas.

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