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Imperva CEO Shlomo Kramer: Security Is All About Visibility

Imperva specializes in data security and compliance solutions for the data center. Its product line provides an automated and transparent approach to protecting and controlling sensitive data throughout transactional data systems. The Imperva database and Web application appliances are deployed in l...

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Trolltech CTO Benoit Schillings Offers a Mobile Linux Solution

Trolltech CTO Benoit Schillings sees the future of mobile phone communication in the cross-platform solution that Linux can provide. His vision was buffeted recently by a prediction by market research firm ABI that Linux will ship in more than 200 million phones in 2012, up from 8.1 million in 2007....

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Zend CTO Andi Gutmans: Pumping Up PHP

Zend CTO Andi Gutmans likes to tout the benefits of PHP and Web 2.0 development for business. In fact, he calls Zend "the PHP company." PHP, which stands for "Hypertext Preprocessor Platform," is becoming the language of choice for companies embracing service-oriented architectures, creating and mix...

CIO Survey Shows Mobility Going Mainstream

Competition is pushing all types of businesses toward greater mobility as companies ready plans to adopt mobile applications for core business activities. Business mobility has gone mainstream, according to a global survey conducted by Nokia and the Economist Intelligence Unit in cooperation with th...

Red Hat, Intel Cook Up New Desktop Recipe

Red Hat announced at the Red Hat Summit this week its new operating system for the enterprise. Red Hat Global Desktop is a client product for the Linux operating system that delivers an enterprise-class suite of productivity applications. The Global Desktop is part of Red Hat's strategy of building ...

Latest Intel Chips Land in Lenovo Laptops

Lenovo unveiled on Wednesday three new notebooks built around a new processor and chip set announced the same day by Intel. Lenovo engineered both the ThinkPad T61 and the ThinkPad R61 with its new Top Cover Roll Cage for enhanced durability, an improved thermal management cooling and efficiency sys...

PowerBroker for Linux: Managing Access One Task at a Time

Symark Software has released PowerBroker version 5.0 for the Linux operating system, the company announced Monday. Symark makes security administration solutions for heterogeneous IT environments. PowerBroker provides Unix and Linux workstations and networks with increased security and accountabilit...

OpenLogic Discovery Rounds Up Open Source Apps

Information security firm OpenLogic announced on Wednesday a product that will scan Windows, Linux and Solaris machines for all installed open source software. OpenLogic Discovery will help enterprise customers inventory their installed open source software to help them remain compliant with interna...

Power Architecture, Part 2: Drawing In Developers

Consumers are becoming more conversant with the use of the Linux OS embedded in many of their products, such as auto accessories, remote controls and cell phones. An even bigger secret is the extensive use of Power Architecture to run most everything else consumers and gamers touch. For instance, re...

Power Architecture, Part 1: Creating an Image

What do you do when a thriving segment of the computing industry has an identity crisis because few people beyond key vendors know it exists? That's the dilemma many of the supporters of Power Architecture are trying to fix. One approach to establishing a better identity is to gather software vendor...

Microsoft Invites Collaboration With Grid Computing Research

Microsoft released last week details about its SecPAL project to encourage collaboration from the grid computing community on methods for greater security and access controls. Microsoft developed SecPAL, or Security Policy Assertion Language, as a research project to develop a language for expressin...

Open Source Database Management Systems: What the Pros Use

Databases have been a tool for business and research analysis since computers replaced typewriters in the workplace. Once the domain of proprietary database management programs, database development is now seeing more influence from open source programming. Several industry surveys show a trend amon...

New SourceLabs App Aims to Make Open Source Safe

SourceLabs released on Wednesday the Open Source Management System to help control the legal, security and operational risks associated with open source software. The OSMS is a platform to centralize and manage open source software code. The new platform will help organizations maximize the benefits...

Mobile Enterprise Tools, Part 2: The Roadside Desktop

Industry analysts report that the mobile enterprise application market reached $1.2 billion in 2005 and is forecast to grow to $3.5 billion in 2010. Other industry studies predict that at least 40 percent the workforce will be mobile in 2007. "Integrating mobility into an enterprise is a proven way ...

Are Data Leaks Bleeding Your Company Dry?

The data drip is here. Computer security experts are worried that corporate data leaking from networks onto small mobile storage devices will worsen into a flood of stolen customer and company information. Over half of all information leaks travel to personal data storage devices such as USB drives,...

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McAfee CSO Martin Carmichael: When Security and Business Lock Horns

Martin Carmichael, the chief security officer for security software developer McAfee, is responsible for IT security, forensics, risk management, physical security, IT security engineering, and compliance with regulatory controls. He also serves as the chief privacy officer for McAfee. His more than...

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Terra Soft CEO Kai Staats: Rallying Around the Cell Processor and Power Architecture

Power.org, an association of hardware technology companies, software and individual developers of Power Architecture, hosted a first-of-its-kind Software Summit in Austin, Texas, on April 19. Kai Staats, CEO of Yellow Dog Linux developer Terra Soft and founder of the HPC Consortium, presented a key ...

Ubuntu Feisty Fawn Leaps to Desktops and Servers

Canonical, the London-based commercial sponsor of the Ubuntu Linux distribution, released on Thursday version 7.04 of its OS family, known as "Feisty Fawn." The latest releases contain upgrades for both the Ubuntu Server Edition and the desktop version. These versions use the standard Linux Gnome de...

Is Your Corporate Intranet Out of Date?

Corporate intranets are becoming big business, both for the designers who put them together and companies that use them to empower their employees to participate in two-way discussions about corporate dealings. However, not all companies are eager to implement the new technologies that are redesigni...

Verio Targets SMBs With Linux-Based Managed Server Release

Verio, a provider of business solutions online, announced on Wednesday the availability of its Managed Private Server on the Linux platform as part of its 360-Degree Managed Servers suite of services. Verio's Linux MPS is built on Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES version 4 and comes bundled with dedicate...

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