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Alca-Lu spinoff Nuage plugs into Oracle SDN

Alca-Lu spinoff Nuage plugs into Oracle SDN

Integrated with OpenStack under Oracle Linux Alcatel-Lucent’s Nuage software-defined networking (SDN) venture has announced that it’s adding Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux integration to its stack.… Read the source article at The Register

Wearable equipment market to double in 2014

Wearable equipment market to double in 2014

Shipments of wearable electronic equipment will grow from 9.7 million units in 2013 to 22 million units in 2014, an increase of 129 percent, according to market forecast company CCS Insight Ltd. (Slough, England). Read the source article at Electronic Engineering Times Europe

Cisco pumping $1 billion more into Intercloud

Cisco pumping $1 billion more into Intercloud

Cisco on Monday said it is expanding on its Intercloud multi-cloud service provider initiative with another $1 billion investment, designed to lead to more products, data centers and partners. Read the source article at CIO Australia

Qualys Releases Detection for Bash Shellshock Vulnerability

Qualys Releases Detection for Bash Shellshock Vulnerability

Qualys, Inc. , a pioneer and leading provider of cloud security and compliance solutions, today announced that its Qualys Vulnerability Management cloud service detects the GNU Bash Shellshock vulnerability…. Read the source article at Yahoo UK & Ireland Finance

SSL Vulnerabilities in Your Mobile Apps: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

SSL Vulnerabilities in Your Mobile Apps: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

By Patriz Regalado, Product Marketing Manager, Venafi The majority of people and consumers don’t usually think about security and data privacy when they log into their mobile banking app, take a photo of the check, and make a mobile deposit directly into their account. Nor do they think about security as they conveniently purchase their…

Lenovo to Pay Less for IBM Servers With Closing This Week

Lenovo to Pay Less for IBM Servers With Closing This Week

The final price will be $2.1 billion, down from the $2.3 billion originally announced in January, to reflect lower-than-projected inventories at the time of the Oct. 1 closing, Brion Tingler, a spokesman for Lenovo, said by phone today. The transaction wasn’t restructured, he said. Read the source article at Bloomberg

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