Archives: January 2013

Meet Ophelia, Dell's $50 plug-in, cloud-based PC challenger

January 17, 2013
Dell looks to challenge cheap-PC makers and perhaps reinvent itself with a plug-and-play thin client
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Facebook Graph Search may be a social engineering nightmare

January 16, 2013
Facebook's new search engine serves up the kind of data that cyber scammers love
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Is Oracle neglecting the consumer users it inherited from Sun?

January 16, 2013
Though freshly patched, Java remains vulnerable, as shown by a newly circulating zero-day. Will Oracle ever fix it properly?
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Why fixing the Java flaw will take so long

January 16, 2013
Oracle isn't saying much, but the OpenJDK community has provided InfoWorld with a complete analysis -- and a critique of Oracle's patch
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Fedora 18 arrives ready for the cloud

January 15, 2013
Open source OS includes support for Eucalyptus and OpenStack, along with instant VM snapshooting and dual-booting with Windows 8
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Mobile security remains a BYOD hurdle at the federal level

January 15, 2013
Around half of federal employees use smartphones and tablets for work, but most of those devices aren't secured well
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How Facebook's new search tool could also help businesses

January 15, 2013
Graph Search feature could provide businesses with reams of information about customers -- and help find new clients
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Private cloud meets public cloud in Microsoft's 'Cloud OS'

January 15, 2013
Company updates System Center and Intune, rolls outs new services in support of its hybrid cloud vision
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How to disable Java in your browsers

January 15, 2013
Everyone should heed the Klaxon calls to turn off Java, but it isn't as simple as you might think. This step-by-step guide will help
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EMC combines 'bring your own storage' with cloud-based file sharing

January 15, 2013
Company lets Syncplicity users store file-sharing data on their own storage hardware, so long as its EMC-branded
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