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HP Security Study Finds Internal Defenses Lacking

Apparently spending more money on security doesn't necessarily mean an enterprise is actually more secure, HP's State of the Network Security survey finds.

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Electrolux Joins AllSeen IoT Standards Group

The top-tier appliance vendor becomes the AllSeen Alliance's 63rd member, joining the likes of Microsoft and Qualcomm.

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Microsoft Improves Lync Mobile Meeting Management for Apple iOS

The company releases a new Gallery View that supports four simultaneous video streams on the iPad and more meeting management features.

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Daily Tech Briefing: August 27, 2014

Microsoft enhances security of Azure-based SQL databases; T-Mobile offering 4X more data for $5 for Simple Start customers; Notebook market improves after seven quarters of decline; and more.

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AppsFreedom 4.0 Empowers Citizen Developers

The AppsFreedom 4.0 solution enables non-programmers to build serious enterprise—Web and mobile—apps with no coding.

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New Intel Xeon Chips, System Refresh to Drive Server Market, IDC Says

Both IDC and Gartner say HP, IBM and Dell continue to be the world's top server vendors, but Cisco is growing the fastest.

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HP Security Study Finds Internal Defenses Lacking

Apparently spending more money on security doesn't necessarily mean an enterprise is actually more secure, HP's State of the Network Security survey finds.

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Microsoft Improves Lync Mobile Meeting Management for Apple iOS

The company releases a new Gallery View that supports four simultaneous video streams on the iPad and more meeting management features.

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New Intel Xeon Chips, System Refresh to Drive Server Market, IDC Says

Both IDC and Gartner say HP, IBM and Dell continue to be the world's top server vendors, but Cisco is growing the fastest.

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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: AUGUST 27, 2014

Microsoft enhances security of Azure-based SQL databases; T-Mobile offering 4X more data for $5 for Simple Start customers; Notebook market improves after seven quarters of decline; and more.


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Daily Tech Briefing: August 26, 2014

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Daily Tech Briefing: August 22, 2014

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Linux founder Linus Torvalds '"still wants the desktop"; plus, AT&T and Verizon launch HTC One M8...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 20, 2014

Spate of Cloud outages plague Microsoft Azure; New mobile phone charging methods lurk on the horizon;...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 19, 2014

Google strengthens Chrome Browser to prevent malware downloads; Apple, Samsung losing grip on tablet...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 18, 2014

Dell exec: enterprise mobility doesn't need to be difficult; Microsoft Surface Pro 3 dock goes on...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 15, 2014

Sprint targets SMB customers to help stem falling sales; Microsoft takes aim at Apple's MacBook Air,...

Daily Tech Briefing: August 14, 2014

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IBM Opening First SoftLayer Data Center in Australia

IBM made several SoftLayer cloud moves, including the launch of a new data center in Australia, along with new pricing for its bare metal servers.

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IT Security Spending to Rise, With Focus on Mobile

Respondents in a recent Gartner IT Key Metrics Survey indicate that, overall, organizations will spend an average of $381 per employee on IT security.

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Intel Unveils Small Modem Aimed at IoT Devices

The XMM 6255, which is smaller than a penny, is the latest move by Intel in its effort to become a major player in the burgeoning Internet of things.

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