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The next release of Redmond's flagship relational database is done. In-memory computing; cloud and hybrid scenarios; and enhanced data warehousing capabilities are the product's major new features.
For Facebook, ensuring the security of its users worldwide starts with improving the security culture and dialogue within the company itself.
Microsoft has RTM'd SQL Server 2014, which includes a new in-memory OLTP engine built jointly by Microsoft Research and the SQL Server team.
Mark Esler says consumerisation is pushing businesses towards hybrid infrastructure, as the 30-year veteran retires from his role as Queensland general manager.
A closer look into how Australia's biggest banks have made changes to their privacy policies to ensure they are compliant with the latest reforms.
Facebook already open sourced part of the code powering these utility efficiency dashboards last year. The engineering team explains what is also up for grabs now.
Smooth words and a fake identity gave one man the power to compromise millions of private financial records belonging to U.S. consumers.
Optical discs have been left behind by the rapid growth in storage requirements, but Archival Discs may get Sony and Panasonic back in the game with 300GB discs next year and 1TB on the way.
When in Sweden, Facebook is evidently doing as the Swedish do.
Microsoft's latest transparency report showed it received 1,281 legal order requests from Australian authorities during the latter half of the 2013.
SugarCRM believes that businesses are beginning to learn about what customer relationship management systems can do for their relationships with customers.
Cloud infrastructure market leader Amazon Web Services upgrades its tools so that Windows Server 2012 virtual-machine images can move between on-premise systems and EC2.
Shifting the focus away from the enterprise, SAP execs boasted that more than 1,000 startups across 57 countries are now building products on HANA, with 60 of them already live.
In a surprising move, Red Hat will enable users to run .NET applications and SQL Server on its OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service cloud.
Between Microsoft and VMware, it's a busy day for the cloud industry as far as the government is concerned.