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Enterprises are vulnerable to different kinds of threats, attacks and frauds. Data center security at different levels becomes all the more important with new technologies coming into picture, be it application or data security; Web apps or file or database security. Imperva has got it all. Let us have a look at its recent acquisition spree and what it means to the company.
Big data analysis is thought to be aiding in decision making by the companies. Is it really-is a key question. Jaspersoft has conducted a Big Data survey among its community members on enterprise use of Big Data in corporate decision-making. About 60 percent of the total 1600 respondents were application developers.
Last month Cisco released a study at the CES that said Internet of Everything could generate $4.6 Trillion in value for public sector organizations over the next decade. Last week the company revealed its vision for what it calls Fog Computing.
Be it any type of cloud Public cloud, Private cloud or Hybrid cloud; security is a major concern of the companies. With the advantages that are being offered by cloud technologies, Companies from various industries are showing interest in cloud. However without proper security it could be a permanent setback for them.
CloudMunch, the DevOps management platform provider, announced that it has integrated its DevOps platform with Microsoft Corp.’s Windows Azure cloud platform. Developers and IT operations teams can now utilize the CloudMunch Open DevOps Platform with their preferred tools for fast and easy continuous delivery of applications to Windows Azure instances.
One needs to believe in the business model of the company to go ahead and fund it. These start-ups go through a very stringent verification routine before being funded by the VCs. Here is a list of 5 such companies moving ahead with their plans.
VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW), virtualization and cloud infrastructure provider, and AirWatch announced that they have signed a definitive agreement under which VMware will acquire AirWatch. AirWatch is a mobile security and enterprise mobility management provider with global presence.
Centrify Corporation, provider of Unified Identity Services across data center, cloud and mobile, launched the Centrify Developer Site for easy and direct access to Centrify’s software development kits (SDKs). This enables seamless integration of Centrify’s identity management into their cloud, mobile and datacenter applications and systems.
With technological advancements in modern times, there are bound to be some genuine concerns. These concerns must be addressed for technologies to be accepted widely. Security is one such major concern for any business to adopt new technology.
Headquartered near Boston, uTest, one of the few providers of crowd-sourced testing announced that it has closed a $43 Million Series E round of funding, led by Goldman Sachs. The Company has announced a couple of months back about changing its name to Applause. The total funding of the company to date is more than $80 Million.