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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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30 Years Ago: The Rise, Fall and Survival of Ashton-Tate's dBASE

eWEEK 30: Ashton-Tate’s dBASE dominated the early PC database market until competitors stepped in to deliver follow-on products with enhanced features users were looking for.

Why VCE's Newest Vblock Systems Demonstrate Innovation

NEWS ANALYSIS: In VCE's new machines, we are seeing the results of an innovative vendor thinking far beyond the proverbial box.

HP Introduces Self-Healing BIOS for Upcoming EliteBooks

HP describes SureStart as the industry's first self-healing IT that automatically restores a BIOS to its previously safe state if it is corrupted.

Cyber-Security Startup Accelerator Gains Home, Funding in Virginia

NEWS ANALYSIS: Center for Innovative Technology launches the first cyber-security-focused accelerator aimed at creating new enterprise security companies.

Huddle Launches 'Connected Desktop of the Future'

Huddle's browser-based service enables users to maintain a legacy application set and access those apps on any type of device.

30 Years Ago: How Hayes Modems, Bulletin Boards Presaged the Web

eWEEK 30: Before the always-on World Wide Web, there were bulletin board systems that people dialed into via 1,200-baud modems to exchange messages and information.

eWEEKChat Sept. 11: "How Will Internet of Things Change Us?"

On Wednesday, Sept. 11, @eWEEKnews will host its ninth Tweetchat event. The topic will be "How Will The Internet of Things Change Us?"

30 Years Ago: Turbo Pascal, BASIC Turn PCs Into Programming Engines

eWEEK 30:  Early PC development tools like Turbo Pascal and Microsoft BASIC gave an entire generation of fledgling developers access to affordable and remarkably efficient programming products.

Why Flash Storage Is Reaching the Tipping Point Against HDDs

NEWS ANALYSIS: NAND flash drives are proving themselves to be both performance- and endurance-worthy in production situations--making them a better buy over time than mechanical hard drives.

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