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Ubuntu 14.04 'Trusty Tahr' Brings Long-Term Linux Desktop Support

Ubuntu 14.04, code-named the "Trusty Tahr" and set for general availability on April 17, is a special Linux distribution because it is a long-term support (LTS) release. An LTS release offers the promise of five years of support, making it a suitable candidate for enterprise-grade deployments. New Ubuntu LTS releases debut every two... More >

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Trend Micro Updates Complete User Protection Platform

Upgrades include expanded hosted email security for protection of Microsoft Office365 deployments and browser exploit detection.

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Application Development Optimization Can Cut Costs

Few organizations master sourcing, and most still use staff augmentation for application development and maintenance work inefficiently, Gartner said.

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Businesses Still Beset by SQL Injection Attacks

Each SQL injection breach took an average of nearly 140 days to discover and required an additional 68 days on average to remediate, Ponemon found.

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AT&T's Connected Car Strategy Focuses on Building Great Partnerships

AT&T attributes its leading position in the connected car market to the partnerships it's building. The latest of these is with Volvo.  

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HP's NFV Strategy an Open Book, Mayer Says

The head of HP's NFV unit says the company's broad and open approach is a key advantage over rivals like Cisco.

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Trend Micro Updates Complete User Protection Platform

Upgrades include expanded hosted email security for protection of Microsoft Office365 deployments and browser exploit detection.

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AT&T's Connected Car Strategy Focuses on Building Great Partnerships

AT&T attributes its leading position in the connected car market to the partnerships it's building. The latest of these is with Volvo.  

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IBM Q1 Earnings Drop As Hardware Sales Decline

IBM saw its eighth consecutive quarter of revenue declines with hardware leading the way for the slide as the company moves to higher-value business.

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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: APRIL 16, 2014

Will open-source money prevent the next Heartbleed? Broadcom, Quantenna aim for faster WiFi; IRS pays Microsoft for extended XP support; and more.


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OpenStack Icehouse Features a Trove of Open-Source Cloud Updates

Database-as-a-service technology, live upgrades, storage improvements and federated identity are part of the new open-source cloud platform release.

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