Archives: October 2013

Developers are just family guys, study reveals

October 04, 2013
Evans Data's demographics report also sees programmers over 50 facing employment issues
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Verizon challenges Amazon with Verizon Cloud

October 03, 2013
Verizon's IaaS cloud promises more consistent performance and granular configuration than the competition using technology acquired from Terremark
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Lessons learned from Microsoft's botched KB 2859537 patch

October 03, 2013
Dust has settled on Microsoft's most destructive Automatic Update in recent history and one fact stands out: Registry cleaners can wallop your system
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Internet Explorer 11 Release Preview now available for Windows 7

October 03, 2013
Microsoft claims IE11 is more standards-compliant and 30 percent faster than other browsers
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Enterprise-specific mobile apps, enterprise app stores on the rise

October 02, 2013
Appcelerator survey also shows most enterprises don't have internal chief of mobile development, despite rising number of OSes
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Data-broker hackers SSNDOB also stole National White Collar Crime Center data

October 02, 2013
Unpatched Adobe ColdFusion servers at data clearinghouse used by law enforcement was point of entry for Russian thieves
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Fear multicore apps? Reactive programming to the rescue

October 02, 2013
Java is fast becoming a platform for coding programs that react to events rather than simply executing a string of commands
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Windows 7 growing slightly faster than Windows 8

October 01, 2013
NetMarketshare reports both OSes posted gains in September, but growth was slower than in August for the soft desktop system market
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Apache CloudStack 4.2: Easier upgrades, faster installation, better scaling

October 01, 2013
What was once Citrix's private cloud deployment technology has now become a major Apache Software Foundation offering
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Another bad Windows 8 decision reversed

October 01, 2013
Microsoft just announced it's backing off a Windows 8 policy that made no sense: limiting Windows accounts to five devices
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