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Businesses face the challenge of finding the right cloud for their needs. With the ability to customize software for unique app requirements, bare-metal cloud may be the best option.
The security management hierarchy in most organizations isn't conducive to breach prevention, says Dr. Eric Cole. He explains the critical changes needed to empower CISOs in this month's Security That Works column.
At JavaOne, Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine discussed improvements in Jetty Web server and Google's cloud architecture, as well as how to deal with the limitations of Java EE.
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SN blogs: This week, an analyst shares why vendors need to rise to the occasion and launch marketing campaigns aimed at integrated computing.
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Siebel Systems is a prominent vendor of interoperable e-business software.