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Cool APIs: Top Experts Share Ripples, Top Take-Aways from Google-Apigee API Deal

Google’s move to purchase API Management firm Apigee for a reported $625 million continues to prove APIs are cool. This deal promises to boost the role APIs will play in the Google Cloud Platform. IDN also found it raises predictions and questions from top API experts on the nature of next-gen infrastructure for the digital enterprise.

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Ravello, SimSpace Use Virtualization To Create True-To-Life CyberSecurity Simulations

Ravello Systems and SimSpace Corp. are partnering on an easy to use cloud-based way to create simulated cyber attacks – and test the effectiveness of defenses, responses – and even IT skills.

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Evans Data Survey Uncovers Developer Trends for Mobility, IoT for 2015

Advances across the mobile ecosystem are making it faster, easier and more lucrative for app developers. A just-released survey by Evans Data Corp. looks at developer activity. The survey also found technologies for Internet of Things ‘won the year.’  IDN speaks with Evan Data’s director of research Michael Rasalan.

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Survey: Consumers Have Big Concerns Over Security for Mobile Payment Platforms, Apps

Despite innovative mobile payments from giants Apple and Google, a recent survey finds practically everyone is worried about smartphone-based payment security.  Even credit cards weren’t the no-brainer choice, as more than 60% of U.S. respondents said cash is their Number One choice.  IDN looks at the Tripwire survey.

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ManageEngine’s ADSelfService Plus Delivers Wide Range of Self-Service Password Management

TT management company ManageEngine has updated its self-service password management solution, ADSelfService Plus, to help IT admins ensure that Windows password changes are synced with associated IT systems and applications. The result is a wide range of end user-friendly password management features.

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Cloud Security, Identity Solutions Heat Up The Summer

At Black Hat 2014, the best cloud security experts warned that spoofs, hacks, phishes and bots continue to pose risks for public and private cloud projects. With these threats in mind, IDN showcases companies that are moving to plug these cloud security gaps.

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Survey: Public Cloud Sharing Tools Such as Box, Dropbox, Google Docs Rate as ‘Primary’ Security Risk

Public cloud sharing tools present the main security risks to organizations, according to a survey of 621 IT professional conducted Axway and Ponemon Institute. Nearly 50% of the respondents said popular cloud-sharing services such as Box, DropBox and Google Docs are not suitable for business use.

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MobileSpaces Upgrade Delivers BYOD Users Secure and Native Support for Google Apps

MobileSpaces 2.1, the newest version of the company’s container-based workspace, provides Android and iOS mobile users native support for a range of Google Apps, including Gmail, Calendar, People, Chrome, Hangouts, Drive, and Quickoffice.

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Ping Identity Ships ‘Social’ Cloud Identity, SSO Tools

Ping Identity is shipping a new series of PingFederate OpenID Cloud Identity Connectors to allow enterprises to rely on cloud services providers and as well as social-networking sites for third-party user authentication. Ping’s offering works with Facebook, Google, AOL and Yahoo!

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JackBe Takes Page from iPhone App Store for Mashups

JackBe is taking a page out of the Apple iPhone App Store to make it easier to create, publish and share enterprise mashups.  JackBe’s Presto 3.0’s latest tools and features will let developer and non-developers make mashups for portals, Microsoft SharePoint, iGoogle and even mobile devices.

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HP’s ePrint Platform Pushes Cloud-Based Printing

HP is pushing the envelope on web-enabled printing powered by the cloud. HP’s new ePrint printers talk directly to the Google Cloud to access, share and print docs,  PDFs, photos and calendars. HP’s ePrint platform will not require a local proxy PC or web appliance, as some other approaches do.

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Juniper: Mobile Cloud Users Will Top 130 Million by 2014

By 2014, more than 130 million enterprise users will tap into the cloud to obtain, run, power or manage their mobile application, according to a new report by Juniper Research. Just who’s responsible for the coming surge may surprise you.

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