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Big record-keeping changes are coming to schools across the state. Under a new plan, public schools will be required to send student data, such as grades and attendance records, to a cloud-based data storage company sometime after the new year. New
Even as companies are beefing up investments to counter attacks on new platforms like cloud and mobility, lack of human capital and increasing sophisticated attacks make it difficult for any one firm to alone address the challenges, technology giant
But the parade of planes, trains, and taxisalong with the highly coveted nature of laptops and mobile devicesput your data at immense risk. Lose your laptop during a layover or leave your phone in a cab, and you may be looking for a new job come New
The five workshops will provide participants with the opportunity to explore key topics in cloud security in an intensive daylong session led by some of the world's most prominent cloud security practitioners. Workshop participants will also be
This post is produced in conjunction with IBM. We caught up with Leigh Williamson, a distinguished engineer at IBM, to find out what Big Blue has been up to in the mobile app space and how it's working even closer than ever with developers.
The latest startup to capitalize on the big data trend is Alpine Data Labs , a San Francisco-based startup that just raised $16 million in venture funding. The company says it provides advanced analytics for big data and Hadoop to large enterprise
Enterprise software group SAP said it was debating whether to accelerate moving more of its business to the cloud, a change in strategy that could have a small impact on its target of growing sales to more than 20 billion euros. But co-chief
When a major weather event occurs, such as last year's deadly and destructive Super Storm Sandy, data network operators may have just a few hours or even less to protect critical communications systems before disaster strikes, but moving voice and
VentureBeat Staff This post is part of a new series called The Future of Modern Software and is brought to you by New Relic . Read the series here . As always, VentureBeat is adamant about maintaining editorial objectivity. Once upon a time, software
When Bret Taylor, former CTO of Facebook, launched Quip with co-founder Kevin Gibbs back in July, he wanted to reinvent document creation and tailor it to mobile world. Basically, Quip is like Google Docs, but amped way up for your phone or tablet.