Zenoss has been known for using big data and predictive analytics tools to gain a deep understanding of operational systems. It is now expanding the reach of its products to be able to handle huge amounts of data. It is also working to focus on service level management from its current focus on unified performance management..
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A five-month old flaw allows hackers to bypass authentication protocols by altering clock and user timestamp settings.
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VMware has patched a vulnerability in its hypervisors that could be exploited to help mount a denial of service attack.
IT leaders prioritize using technology within budget constraints, while business leaders want technology to improve business outcomes--the disalignment could lead to project inefficiencies.
It's getting easier to quickly charge electric vehicles on the road.
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