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DAI Moves Production Servers to Virtustream Enterprise Cloud Platform

DAI, a global development firm, is moving crucial production servers to Virtustream’s enterprise cloud platform, xStream.  DAI’s production servers support mission critical services for over 500 users using Lotus Domino, IBM Sametime, SharePoint, and SQL Server applications.

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ParaScale Upgrades Cloud Storage Software

ParaScale Inc. is shipping an upgrade to its ParaScale Cloud Storage (PCS) software, which can cluster hundreds of low-cost Linux servers into a enterprise-class file repository. PCS v1.2 upgrades the company's distributed object file system technologies, and is opening new options for well-integrated, well-managed cloud storage.

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IBM and SAP Join Forces on SME-Focused Services

IBM and SAP have announced the latest in a long line of collaborative efforts aimed at making life easier for SME businesses, ranging from software, services, storage and hardware.

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Spyware Concerns on the Rise in 2005

One of the first security surveys of developers and IT pros in 2005 finds spyware on their list of top concerns this year. Two-thirds of respondents said this year spyware would present a greater threat than viruses or phishing. Notably, end users still don't know what spyware is, or how to identify it. Get prepared with stats and tips.

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Spyware Concerns on the Rise in 2005

One of the first security surveys of developers and IT pros in 2005 finds spyware on their list of top concerns this year. Two-thirds of respondents said this year spyware would present a greater threat than viruses or phishing. Notably, end users still don't know what spyware is, or how to identify it. Get prepared with stats and tips.

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50+ APIs Attack Document Integration

For Java shops knee-deep in document integration projects, Computhink's ViewWise Integration Document Management brings an API-rich Java SDK to document integration, compliance and security tasks. See how 50+ APIs and document sharing Best Practices can ease input, sharing, updating and archiving.

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Devs Should Brace for Wave of Process, Modeling Tools

In the last several weeks, Microsoft, IBM, BEA, Borland, and CompuWare have all shipped new tools and/or extensions to help developers move their skill sets "up the stack" to better model their applications -- and include business logic in their dev projects. See why IT research firm Zapthink says it's just the beginning, and why Java and .NET devs should brace for a new wave of web services tools and IDE plug-ins that support developing process-driven services.

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Security Beta Ships for Multi-Platform Web Services

Java, .Net and Open Source developers should be able to centrally manage security for the web-based applications, including web services. That's the vision of Cafesoft, a start-up security firm in San Diego. Take a look inside at a beta version of single sign-on security software -- and even download some beta software for free.

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IDC: "People Costs" Make Linux Costlier Than Windows

In a study released this month, the International Data Corp found that the nominally "free" Linux can be more expensive to own, run and maintain than Windows 2000 servers for many popular applications. The reason? Total hardware/software costs for both Linux and Windows 2000 were less than 10% of the total 5-year cost of ownership. The big-ticket items are people costs for maintaining, integrating and securing those servers.

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