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Survey: IT Says Virtualization, Cloud Aid Agility; Some Concerns Remain

A survey has good news and some cautions for application virtualization and private cloud. Virtualization has strong traction with application owners and IT managers, but they remain  concerned over complexity, performance and security. Private cloud adoption is healthy, but constrained by several issues, the AppDynamics’ survey found.

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QuantiSense Ships Retail BI, Analytics for iPad

QuantiSense’s  latest BI/analytics software sports dashboards designed exclusively for the Apple iPad. The latest version, QuantiSense 4.7.2, also boosts reporting to provide retailers greater insight into business data.

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2011 Sees Red Hat’s Push for Better Cloud Deployment, Management

As 2011 begins, Red Hat Inc. is mapping out details for how its acquisition of Makara will fuel the next generation of open source options for cloud computing.  Makera, a provider of deployment and management solutions for cloud-based apps, will simplify app deployment and management, according to Red Hat execs. 

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NATO, IBM Explore Private Cloud for Command & Control

NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, is working with IBM  on a private cloud project that will help meet 21st-century requirements for command and control, surveillance and just keeping the 28-member military alliance on the same page.  The project starts early in the New Year and follows President Obama’s ‘Cloud First” government IT mandate.

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Pegasystems Adds Security, Integration to Cloud-Based BPM

Pegasystems has added security and integration features to its Pega Cloud for BPM, which offers on-demand design and runtime capabilities, including a full suite of BPM and dynamic case management capabilities.

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Cloud in 2011: CA, Bull Team Up on Private Cloud, Enterprise Virtualization

CA Technologies and Bull have formed an alliance to help enterprises become more agile by moving their disparate IT infrastructures to private clouds. The alliance supports design, provisioning, migration, management, operations and security of new virtualization and private cloud projects, as well as extensions to traditional IT infrastructure.

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Survey: Cloud Expansion Drives Need for Management in 2011

As 2011 begins, cloud computing is gathering momentum for mid-sized and large firms. A recent survey found 80% of organizations with at least 1,000 employees have a cloud service; and more than half report using at least six cloud services. 

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NBA’s Orlando Magic Bring SAS Analytics Center Court

For the NBA’s Orlando Magic, BI will soon mean ‘basketball intelligence’ as it will use  predictive  modeling, segmentation and real-time decision making from SAS Analytics to give fans more value for their entertainment dollar.  The deal brings BI to ‘center court’ at the Magic’s brand new home arena, the Amway Center. 

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ActuateOne Extends BI to Smartphones, Tablets with BIRT Mobile

Actuate Corp., an open source business intelligence (BI) vendor and the company behind BIRT, has launched ActuateOne, BIRT Mobile for Apple and Blackberry devices. BIRT, or Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools is now an open source Eclipse project. 

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MicroStrategy Sees Surge in Mobile BI; Updates iPhone, iPad Support

BI provider MicroStrategy has released a survey that predicts mobile BI adoption will explode in the next two years. The survey results follow the release this fall of MicroStrategy 9 Release 3, which provides enhanced mobile BI capabilities for the Apple iPhone and iPad.

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AppFirst Upgrades Cloud Management for Amazon, Rackspace, Others

AppFirst is set to release an upgrade to its SaaS-based cloud monitoring and management solution, offering users deeper integration with leading cloud providers – including Amazon, SoftLayer, GoGrid and Rackspace. The upgrade sports customizable dashboarding for real-time and customizable monitoring, management and views.  

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Jama’s Contour 3.0 Socializes Requirements Management

Jama Software’s latest update to its Contour web-based requirements management software brings tracking and social technologies together to better align IT and business stakeholders. Contour 3.0 sports new system hierarchy capabilities for tracking projects and a Review Center to connect and socialize team members.

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