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'A smaller set of services would be easier to deal with than the huge monstrosity we currently have, but we still plow on with growing the beast.'
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending March 6, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
Arrested 10 months ago by Australian Federal Police, Anonymous radio host LoraxLive (Adam Bennett) faces a prosecution struggling to pin charges on him.
Salesforce.com wants to turn marketers into data scientists with its latest addition to the Marketing Cloud.
Previously only available to Dropbox's early access program, the Groups and Groups API is being pushed out to wider availability.
Rackspace's ObjectRocket will hand the data management burden so Tinder can continue to just do its thing.
Alibaba is expanding its cloud computing services in the US, and the firm's first expansion overseas will be to Silicon Valley.
Box has made a few strategic, product-drive acquisitions in the last several years with its latest purchase tapping into BYOD.
Uber said it is notifying impacted drivers now, but it hasn't seen the compromised data actually misused yet.
Not to be outdone by Google Apps, the Cloud Platform is getting its own game of red light, green light.
Splunk boasted it signed more than 600 new enterprise customers during the quarter, ending the fiscal year with over 9,000 customers worldwide.
Following up its new residency on the New York Stock Exchange, Box is wooing some of those financial players with a new line of optimized cloud services.
Workday CEO and co-founder Aneel Bhusri highlighted the company's global expansion plans in Japan and Europe.
Rent the Runway, a self-described "fashion company with a technology soul," wants to revolutionize how the average person shops for clothes -- using big data.
Situated at NHL.com/Stats, the SAP-powered digital hub will host roughly 100 years of NHL statistics.
The Cancer Genomic Atlas will have a heavy information technology component as it crunches data to map the cancer genome.
Sponsored: Hardware problems account for more than half of database failures today.Noel Yuhanna, an analyst at Forrester Research, discusses various solutions andwhich one offers the highest availability.The content for this video was sponsored and provided by Forrester Research.
Come behind the scenes at Westmead Children's Hospital to see how surgical staff are using IT to make their jobs easier.
CNET News.com's Joris Evers gets inside the first Joint Regional Intelligence Center, whose workforce is drawn from the FBI, Homeland Security and regional agencies. Our camera was allowed in for a visit from Michael Chertoff, secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
At Hewlett-Packard's Imaging and Printing Conference in San Francisco on May 31, the company promised new printers, digital cameras and peripherals. Vyomesh Joshi, executive vice president of HP's Imaging and Printing Group, said consumers don't want to study technology; they want to take and share photos.
John Chen sits down in a Face to Face interview with ZDNet editor-in-chief Dan Farber to talk about Sybase's high-end database, offered for free in a limited version to mainly small and midsize businesses. The CEO believes that as customer needs grow, they'll upgrade, paying Sybase for value-added tools that handle larger data sets, unstructured data, search, EII, federated databases and other functions.