Archives: August 2013

A first, jaundiced look at Windows 8.1 RTM

August 30, 2013
Hopes that Windows 8.1 RTM would correct some of the problems from earlier builds prove very wrong
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Java security will be in the spotlight at JavaOne

August 30, 2013
Oracle isn't shying away from Java's well-publicized security issues at the upcoming conference
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Apache and Linux: A tale of two open source projects

August 30, 2013
Linux is going strong as it celebrates its 22nd anniversary, but some say the Apache Software Foundation has lost its way
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Microsoft Surface naming debacle about to get worse

August 27, 2013
If rumors about 'Surface 2' and 'Surface Pro 2' are true, Microsoft better prepare to write off another $900 million
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Windows 8.1 RTMs -- but developers won't get it until October

August 27, 2013
Microsoft sends 'final' Windows 8.1 to hardware manufacturers, but eager MSDN and TechNet subscribers won't get same bits
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VMworld 2013: Networking and storage take center stage

August 26, 2013
VMware kicks off its annual user conference with unveilings of VMware NSX, Virtual SAN, and vSphere 5.5
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10gen CEO: NoSQL has come far, but still needs better security, management

August 23, 2013
Improvements in those two areas will help NoSQL continue to pick up steam, says Max Schireson
NoSQL
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The two guys most likely to succeed Steve Ballmer

August 23, 2013
Steve Ballmer's spent many of the past few years nudging or kicking potential successors out of the company. Push has come to shove. Who will step up?
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Good advice: Bad code happens, so be prepared

August 23, 2013
Developer of Storm computation system offers words of wisdom and experience on dealing with imperfections in code
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NoSQL's real-time analytics, database consolidation entice enterprises

August 22, 2013
At NoSQL Now conference, industry officials predict where the data management technology is going
NoSQL, Big Data
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