Posts Tagged ‘ Software ’

Security Software Market to Pass $16.5B in 2010, Report

Aug 16th, 2010 | By technologynews

Gartner analysts are predicting the worldwide security software market will reach more than $16.5 billion in revenues in 2010. If true, the prediction will represent an 11.3 percent increase from the $14.8 billion in revenues the security industry saw inĀ 2009, the firm said. It also representsĀ a roughly four percent bump from the seven percent
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Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday, Windows Phone 7 Talk Dominated Week

Aug 15th, 2010 | By technologynews

Microsoft had its biggest-ever patch on Tuesday, Aug. 10 and issued 14 new security bulletins. Eight of those were rated “critical,” of which four addressed high-priority vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office, Microsoft .NET Framework, Microsoft Silverlight, Microsoft’s MPEG Layer-3 audio codecs, and the Cinepak Codec used by Windows Media Player. And they say August is
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HP’s Hurd Resignation Brought Questions About Scandal, Company Future

Aug 15th, 2010 | By technologynews

When Hewlett-Packard announced the resignation of its Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President Mark Hurd on Aug. 6, it sent a shockwave throughout the tech industry. Although the scandal behind the resignation drew its share of rubberneckers a good deal of attention soon focused on HPs future: namely, how would the departure of its top
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Video Game Industry Slumps Despite Surge in Hardware Sales

Aug 14th, 2010 | By technologynews

The video game industry inched lower in July, down 1 percent to $846.5 million, compared with $850.6 million in July 2009, despite a 12 percent increase in hardware sales. Year-to-date (YTD) overall sales are down 8 percent, at $7.5 billion compared with $8.2 billion for the same period last year. Software sales fell 8 percent
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Apple iPad, Kindle, Nook War Could Kill Google Editions, Others

Aug 14th, 2010 | By technologynews

With Aprils release of the Apple iPad, and recent software and hardware upgrades for both Amazon.coms Kindle and Barnes & Nobles Nook, the battle for the e-reader market is well and truly joined. Each of those three companies seems equally determined to match the others on a number of competitive fronts, from bookstore size to
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Oracle suing Google over the Android OS

Aug 14th, 2010 | By technologynews

It looks like not everyone is happy over Android devices. Oracle Corporation is suing Google over their Android software. Oracle, who acquired Sun Microsystems and Java earlier this year for 5.6 million dollars earlier this year, is claiming Google “knowingly, directly and repeatedly infringed Oracles Java-related intellectual property in developing Android according to Oracle spokeswoman
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Smartronix Buys Cogon to Aid Military Health Care

Aug 14th, 2010 | By technologynews

Government IT contractor Smartronix has purchased health care IT and consulting company Cogon Systems, a move that will allow clients in federal agencies and the military to share and store patient information in Cogon’s HIE, or health information exchange, platform. Current Cogon CEO Dr. Huy Nguyen will remain as head of the organization under
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Startup eZuce Offers Software-Only OpenUC

Aug 12th, 2010 | By technologynews

A startup called eZuce is offering an open-source, software-only unified communications solution that company officials say is an alternative to Microsoft’s UC offerings. eZuce, which launched Aug. 12, is rolling out OpenUC, which officials say is aimed at midsize to large enterprises of 200 to 10,000 users and can be offered as an on-premises
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Cisco’s CleanAir Spectrum Analysis Offers Outstanding RF Visibility

Aug 12th, 2010 | By technologynews

Cisco’s CleanAir Spectrum Analysis Offers Outstanding RF Visibility ( Page 1 of 3 ) Cisco CleanAirbased on the networking giant’s newest Aironet3500 series access points and the 7.0 version of the Unified Wireless Network softwareprovides outstanding RF visibility combined with reporting, tracking and assessment tools that help wireless administrators build stable wireless networks ready to
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Vizioncore Adds FlashRestore to vRangerPro

Aug 12th, 2010 | By technologynews

Virtualization data protection and management solutions specialist and Quest Software subsidiary Vizioncore announced that FlashRestore technology would be available later this year as an add-on to its back-up and restore product, vRanger Pro. FlashRestore technology handles image-based recovery by making Virtual Machine (VM) back-up images available by booting them directly from the vRanger Pro backup
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