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NetApp Beats the Street With Q4 Earnings, Fiscal Year

Network storage provider NetApp reported better-than-expected quarterly results with quarterly revenue up 22 percent. Read More >

Intel Introduces AppUp Small Business Hybrid Cloud Platform

Intel's AppUpp Small Business Service consists of a server, pre-packaged small business applications and management software. Read More >

Open Source Software: No Longer on the Enterprise Fringe?

The majority of enterprises that are turning to open-source technology are doing so primarily to avoid vendor lock-in, according to the fifth annual Future of Open Source Survey. What was previously relegated to the fringes of the enterprise is now moving into the mainstream, according to the report. Read More >

IBM Attempts to Lure Customers from the Competition with New Program

In IBM's latest attempt to entice software customers away from the competition, the company is offering to help Oracle customers migrate to its own software and throwing in perks like training courses and support. Read More >

Yale, IBM Partner to Train Next-Gen Workers in Analytics

IBM and Yale are joining forces to deliver analytics technology, tools and strategies to help students prepare for next-generation jobs. Read More >

CIO Insight Business Technology to Watch April 20th 2011

During this week's "Business Technology to Watch" segment on CIOinsight, eWEEK Reporter and CIOinsight host, Ashley Daley talks with Rafi Holtzman, CEO of Luidia. Luidia creates interactive technology for capturing and sharing ideas. The company's eBeam products transform flat surfaces into interactive and collaborative workspaces. Today, eBeam technology powers an ecosystem of interactive... Read More >

Many Web Apps Fail Security Audits Before Deployment

More than half of Web applications fail security audits the first time -- and two thirds of those developed by security firms are found to have unacceptable security quality. Read More >

IBM to Offer Windows Support on zEnterprise Mainframes

IBM says that by the end of 2011, it will provide support for blade servers running Windows on its zEnterprise mainframes. Read More >

IBM Launches New Power Blades, Servers

IBM's new blades and upgraded servers -- including the Power 750, which powers IBM's Watson supercomputer -- run on the company's Power7 processors. Read More >

IBM Launches Business Process Management Consulting Practice

Citing a demand among its customer base, IBM announced the formation of a new IBM consulting services practice for Business Process Management (BPM). Read More >

IBM Unveils New Business Process Management Services, Software

IBM is launching a new set of Business Process Management (BPM) products and services, including the IBM Business Process Manager. Read More >

IBM, Akamai Partner on Appliances to Speed App Delivery from Cloud to Enterprise

IBM's new offerings are part of a multiphase initiative that integrates IBM WebSphere technology with Akamai's global application delivery network. Read More >

IBM Launches New Private Cloud Appliance

The IBM Workload Deployer provides access to IBM middleware virtual images and patterns to easily, quickly and repeatedly create application environments that can be securely deployed and managed in a private cloud. Read More >

IBM Launches Enterprise Public Cloud Computing Platform

IBM is building out its existing cloud portfolio with IBM SmartCloud, enterprise cloud technologies and services offerings for private, public and hybrid clouds based on IBM hardware, software, services and best practices. Read More >

Phishing Down as Cyber Criminals Launch Targeted Attacks: IBM

A new report from IBM finds that despite a drop in phishing attacks, more sophisticated, targeted attacks and exploits are on the rise. Read More >

IBM on Top in Middleware Market: Gartner

Outselling its competition in the middleware space once again in 2010, IBM has spent more than a decade as the middleware market leader, Gartner research shows. Read More >

NASA Explores Open Source at Summit

As the U.S. government explores revamping its IT infrastructure, open source and the help of the volunteer community could be its saving grace. Read More >

Midmarket Customers Get Enterprise Collaboration from Avaya

Avaya expands its Aura branch enterprise platform to include a gateway for small and midsize branch offices. Read More >

IBM Outlines New Smarter Commerce Strategy

The new initaitive will leverage $2.5 billion in acquisitions to deliver an end-to-end commerce solution for customers. Read More >

IBM Claims Record-Breaking Middleware Benchmark Set

IBM touts middleware benchmark results and claims dominance over the middleware segment. Read More >

IBM Smarter Cities Initiative Helps Cities Manage Infrastructure Through Analytics

IBM announced smarter cities projects in Cape Fear, N.C, Henderson, Nev., Waterloo, Ontario and the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. Read More >

10 Percent of Windows Phone 7 Updates Fail

A blog posting from Microsoft reveals that the company's first Windows Phone 7 update failed for 10 percent of users. Read More >

Infrastructure Slideshow: IBM's Watson Supercomputer Goes to Work for You: 11 Personal Apps

Beginning Feb. 14, man matched wits with machine on Jeopardy! as the world watched IBM supercomputer Watson face off against the quiz show's two most famous human champions. For three days the world tuned in to see how IBM's Watson supercomputer fared in the two-game tournament. In the battle of man vs. machine,... Read More >

IBM, Nuance Parnter to Make Watson Health-Care Ready

Nuance CLU speech-recognition applications will be incorporated into IBM's Watson supercomputer help doctors make diagnoses. Read More >

Carlyle Group's ERP Question: To Host or Not to Host?

Carlyle Group's CIO David Roth shares lessons learned in choosing and deploying an ERP solution while adhering to a 12-month deadline. Read More >

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