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Data Governance Provider Collibra Nets $50M in New VC

New York City-based Collibra brings a "data shopper's" approach to the task of finding and analyzing volumes of data.

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Security Provider Arxan Buys Apperian for Mobile Expertise

Arxan is adding much-needed mobile security management capabilities. Apperian's platform provides granular security and policy controls at the application level.

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Moto X Is a Serious iPhone Challenger: 10 Reasons Why SLIDESHOW

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The long-awaited Moto X from Google was unveiled on Aug. 1. The device is the first to be created by Motorola with direct oversight from Google and is arguably the best handset the company has launched in a very long time. From a gorgeous design to features that would make any average smartphone...

Ken Brill, Data Center Design Pioneer, Dies at 69

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Brill's thought leadership, through many writings and the Uptime Institute's work, has led to increased power efficiency in data centers.
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Google Chromecast Is an Entertainment Game-Changer: 10 Reasons Why SLIDESHOW

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Although Google has suffered from a few missteps in its bid to take control over the living room, the company's latest creation, Chromecast, a video dongle that connects to televisions, might just be a solid step in the right direction. Google's dongle, which costs just $35, is already sold...
eWEEK BlackBerry BYOD infographic

On the Verge of Mobile Mayhem: Is BYOD All It's Cracked Up to Be?

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BYOD is everywhere, but are policies set in place? Are companies securing devices? How many employees are using personal devices? This infographic analyzes the current BYOD trend.

Google Offers Some Glass Users a Chance to Invite a Pal

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Google Glass, in an "experiment," invited an unknown number of Glass users to invite a friend to also buy and use one of the eyewear-mounted computers.

30 Years Ago: PC Week Chronicles Explosive Growth of IBM-Compatible PCs

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eWEEK 30: The precursor of today’s eWEEK, PC Week started covering the evolution of the personal computer industry in February 1984. Now eWEEK will publish a 30-week series of retrospective articles highlighting the technology and trends that shaped the industry.

Diablo Technologies Extends DRAM with Memory Channel

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The company claims Memory Channel Storage, a new storage and system memory approach, lowers latency and increases throughput for enterprise applications.

IBM Details Strategy for Software-Defined Environments

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IBM is taking the "software-defined N" concept up another level--possibly even above the idea of software-defined data centers--by centering on OpenStack.

Homeland Security Awards Grant for ThreadFix Development

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ThreadFix is an open-source tool designed to give security practitioners the ability to understand the security of their applications.

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