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IBM Bolsters SoftLayer Ecosystem, Adds Disaster Recovery, Security

IBM continues to build up its SoftLayer cloud, helping channel partners improve margins and adding security and disaster recovery to the platform.

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Online Payment Adoption Slows After Years of Growth

Overall, mobile payment adoption, after surging in previous IDC surveys, appears to have reached a point of slower growth.

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Technological Advances Expected to Have Positive Impact on Society

Some 59 percent of those surveyed said they are optimistic that coming technological and scientific changes will make life in the future better.

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Opko Health Acquires Medical Device Specialist Inspiro

Opko said it plans to use Inspiro's devices to test the inhaled form of the company’s new sulfated disaccharide drug against respiratory diseases.

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Program and Portfolio Managers Face Transformational Changes

PPMs should take account of how much change a business can undergo in any given period and will stay below that threshold to avoid change fatigue.

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Easy-to-Use NTP Amplification Emerges as Common DDoS Attack Vector

Reflection attacks using the Network Time Protocol surge in the first quarter, as attackers shift to bandwidth-clogging floods of data.

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IBM Bolsters SoftLayer Ecosystem, Adds Disaster Recovery, Security

IBM continues to build up its SoftLayer cloud, helping channel partners improve margins and adding security and disaster recovery to the platform.

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Online Payment Adoption Slows After Years of Growth

Overall, mobile payment adoption, after surging in previous IDC surveys, appears to have reached a point of slower growth.

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Technological Advances Expected to Have Positive Impact on Society

Some 59 percent of those surveyed said they are optimistic that coming technological and scientific changes will make life in the future better.

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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: APRIL 18, 2014

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Daily Tech Briefing: April 17, 2014

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Daily Tech Briefing: April 16, 2014

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Daily Tech Briefing: April 10, 2014

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Easy-to-Use NTP Amplification Emerges as Common DDoS Attack Vector

Reflection attacks using the Network Time Protocol surge in the first quarter, as attackers shift to bandwidth-clogging floods of data.

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Microsoft Expects Cortana Voice Assistant to Get Smarter

Microsoft thinks its Cortana voice assistant tech is poised to do much more than search the Web and tidy up calendars. Someday it may be able to see.

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Microsoft Says It Shipped 5 Million Xbox Ones

Sales of the company's newest Xbox outpace its successful predecessor, but the console still trails behind Sony's PlayStation 4.

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