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Winning a Computing Vendor Excellence Award highlights ‘how serious Oracle is about converged infrastructure’

Author: Computing Staff Source: Computing | 03 Aug 2015 Categories: Product Tags: Oracle | Cio | Ceo | | Workday | Cloud computing | Linux | Private cloud appliance | Solaris | Vendor excellence awards | Cyber security The importance of Oracle winning the Converged Infrastructure Award at Computing’s inaugural Vendor Excellence… Read More »

Stop trying to find security glitches in our products – ‘only the vendor can do that’ says Oracle CSO

[UPDATE] Mary Ann Davidson’s blog has now been taken down by Oracle, as confirmed to Computing by an Oracle spokesperson. When asked why the company had removed Davidson’s blog, the spokesperson replied that Oracle has “nothing further to add at this time”. [ORIGINAL STORY] Oracle chief security officer Mary Ann Davidson has warned customers off trying to discover and combat ... Read More »

Apple teams up with old adversary Cisco in bid to boost iPhone enterprise sales

Cloud, mobile and big-data adoption boosts business revenues by 50 per cent, claims Dell Read More »

For Ping Identity, winning a Computing Vendor Excellence Award is validation for its ‘next-gen’ access management platform

When Ping Identity won the Computing Vendor Excellence Identity Access Management Award, it meant a lot to Jason Goode, regional director EMEA, and his team because it “validated that the company was bringing a next-generation access-management platform to the market”. Clare Rees, marketing director EMEA at the company (pictured above), said that the fact that the award was independently judged ... Read More »

Why NoSQL hasn’t become the mainstream technology that Couchbase CEO Bob Wiederhold predicted

Author: Sooraj Shah Source: Computing | 30 Sep 2015 Categories: Strategy | Product | Software | Open Source Tags: Couchbase | Mongodb | Cassandra | Datastax | Hadoop | Ibm | Microsoft | Amazon | Cloudera | Hortonworks | Tableau | Mapr | Informatica | Nosql | Open source Making predictions – particularly in IT – is always a risky ... Read More »

iOS 9 mobile Wi-Fi Assist hitting customers with huge data bills

Apple’s iOS 9 mobile operating system is reportedly causing expensive problems for customers, as its “Wi-Fi Assist” function – which supplements poor quality Wi-Fi connections with mobile data – is apparently causing customers to inadvertently bust their usage limits, sending bills spiralling out of control. As reported by, the function, which Apple describes as a feature that will “automatically ... Read More »

How to secure your organisation

Enterprises are under constant assault from hackers trying to get access to their servers, and the precious data they hold. And those attacks comprise everything from the persistent barrage of low level attacks, where hackers send out mass requests to websites, in effect rattling the windows and doors looking for easy ways in, through to sophisticated, targeted intrusions that are ... Read More »

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