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SolidFire, provider of all-SSD storage systems designed for large scale cloud infrastructure, unveiled the SF9010. The company claims that the storage system released is the largest and fastest all-SSD storage platform available on the market. The company also revealed that it received $31M in series C financing from Samsung Venture Investment Corporation (Samsung Ventures) and insiders.
DataStax announced new versions of its enterprise-grade and community-edition database software, powered by Apache Cassandra. The company claims that the transition from relational database technologies such as Oracle to NoSQL solutions for developers becomes easier with more powerful tools and easier deployment capabilities.
Porticor, a cloud data security company, announced recently that it has closed a new round of venture funding led by Lazarus Israel Opportunities Fund and Glilot Capital Partners.
Baidu, Inc. (NASDAQ: BIDU), the leading Chinese language Internet search provider, today announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") on the Proposed Acquisition of all equity interests in 91 Wireless Websoft Limited ("91 Wireless") from NetDragon.
Versium CEO, Chris Matty said “The value of Big Data is in the analytics and applications that can be built on top of petabytes of insightful “Real Life” data. True to the quote, Versium has opened its data resources to developers and data scientists, giving organizations API access.
Cloud Technology is proving to be beneficial to companies in many ways. Companies, even though sceptical initially; began to accept this fast growing technology. Especially for companies with a lot of mobile workforce this technology seems to be facilitating their capabilities to some extent.
Internet security is one of the key risks being faced by the businesses today. Using same password across multiple websites and also using weak password by the users become easy targets for hackers. Password Management becomes all the more important in the current scenario of growing online crimes.
Cisco, with its global presence, is constantly growing, increasing and improving the scope of services the company offers to its customers. In this context Cisco has recently announced its intent to acquire Composite Software.
And the investment in cloud based companies continues... Let us have a look at the companies and their technologies that have been extended a helping hand in the recent past.
Data breaches can be plugged by proper design and implementation of web applications. This will in turn save resources and capital investment to be otherwise made by the company. A secure web application can be built by understanding the application security risks involved.