Archives: February 2014

Microsoft takes baby steps toward clearing up its branding mess

February 21, 2014
Announcements over the past few days regarding OneDrive for Business and Office Online show encouraging signs of progress
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Got a patent troll demand letter? See if it's legit

February 21, 2014
Lex Machina tool checks claims made in patent troll demands, returning details about law firms and companies in question
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The anti-RSA conference: More security, less NSA

February 21, 2014
TrustyCon sets up shop across from the RSA Conference, with hopes of opening a debate on the state of security
Security
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Rackspace adds much-needed budget management tools to OpenStack

February 20, 2014
Cloud Cruiser's financial management solution for OpenStack on Rackspace provides insights into usage, billing, chargebacks, and demand forecasting
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If you use IE9 or IE10, Security Advisory 2934088 says get patched now

February 20, 2014
Microsoft has released a 'Fix it' for the Internet Explorer zero-day used in Operation SnowMan attack on VFW's website
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Suse does OpenStack with Suse Cloud 3

February 20, 2014
Suse's OpenStack attempts to quell long-standing deployment headaches, adds more hypervisor options than Red Hat
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Famo.us public beta launch set for mid-April

February 19, 2014
Famo.us wants its JavaScript/HTML5 development technology, currently in limited private beta, to be a foundation for businesses
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Want to land an IT job in 2014? It helps to be a Linux pro

February 19, 2014
Joint Linux Foundation/Dice report claims Linux expertise remains in strong demand for 2014, commanding top pay and perks
IT Jobs, Linux
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New Bing apps begin to bridge gap between Windows 8 and Windows Phone

February 19, 2014
Ability to sync settings between Bing apps on Windows Phone, Windows 8 represents tiny step in the right direction
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IPython founder details road map for interactive computing platform

February 14, 2014
Developer Fernando Perez says JavaScript and multi-user capabilities will be highlighted in coming upgrades of data analysis/visualization project
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