SQL Server 2014 supercharged with in-memory tables, Azure connectivity

Microsoft’s updated flagship database promises high-speed operations, long-term path into Windows Azure. SQL Server 2014 that is billed as “Microsoft’s cloud first data platform,” is all set for the manufacturing release this week, with general availability scheduled for April 1, 2014. SQL Server 2014’s biggest new feature is in-memory transaction processing, or in-memory OLTP, which…

Android malware detection boosted by university research

In this era of smartphones and tablets, increasing malware treats is a serious issue for all the gadgets users. Researchers from North Carolina State University have found a way to monitor for Android malware with very low overhead. They have devised a new and potentially better way to detect it on Android devices. The tool…

CCIE Routing and Switching Certification Revision

The increasing importance of the network to drive significant productivity and cost benefits to organizations as well as the role of the network in transforming businesses have driven worldwide demand for skilled IT staff. To meet the increasing challenges of the enterprise networks Cisco Services reflects both changes in technology and the evolution of job…

Breaking New Ground With the World’s Smallest Supercore

JUNIPER NETWORKS BREAKS NEW GROUND WITH WORLD’S SMALLEST SUPERCORE AND INDUSTRY’S DENSEST 100G OPTICAL ROUTING INTERFACE ANAHEIM, CA–(Marketwire – Mar 18, 2013) – (OFC/NFOEC) — Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), the industry leader in network innovation, today unveiled two new products designed to address key challenges facing service providers as they converge their networks to optimize…

SQS to Reveal Global performance Testing Trends at QUEST 2013

SQS exhibits and presents a leading US software testing and quality event. Software Quality Systems (SQS) has announced its presence as an exhibitor and platinum sponsor at the Quality Engineered Software and Testing Conference (QUEST) in Chicago, IL from April 15-19th, 2013. SQS is the world’s leading specialist for software quality with focus on Europe….

Cisco on mission to outfit all office rooms with videoconferencing systems

Cisco is on its mission to outfit all office rooms with videoconferencing systems. New and improved products are set to ship in the spring, aimed at what Cisco considers to be a vastly underserved market. Cisco unveiled on Wednesday an array of Cisco Video conferencing products as it seeks to provide video collaboration systems for…

Intel wants to be the ‘operating system’ for big data

Intel, continuing with its brand features is all set to bring an array of software tools for Hadoop open-source big data processing framework. Emphasizing on the security and reliability features demanded by large enterprises, this Data Platform tools suite is scheduled to be available in the next quarter as a free-of-charge but self-supported Enterprise Edition. Moreover, it will also provide subscribed Premium Edition will features such as proactive security fixes, regular enhancements and live support. Continue Reading »

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Microsoft pushes firmware fix to more Surface Pro 2 owners

The long-awaited Surface Pro 2 tablet’s firmware update has been released and issued by Microsoft this will replace the last released in December firmware, which caused some major problems for users. Continue Reading »

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Researchers plan to use nano-satellites as space traffic cops

Researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), California, have developed and tested a series of ground-based mini-satellites. These satellites are so-called “Space Cops” as they act like the traffic cops in space. They were used by the LLNL team to capture a series of six images over a period of 60-hour in order to prove that they can be used to alter the orbit of other probes or space debris traveling in the low-Earth orbit. They plan to use the satellite network to prevent increasing collisions of satellites and space debris. Continue Reading »

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Google selling Motorola unit to Lenovo for $2.9B

Lenovo gears up to strengthen its position in the smartphone market, with a strong PC business and a fast-growing smartphone business, Lenovo has now entered into a definitive agreement with Google under which Lenovo plans to acquire the Motorola Mobility smartphone business.  Google Inc. is hanging up on its Motorola Mobility unit and is selling its smartphone division to Chinese PC maker Lenovo for $2.9 billion. Continue Reading »

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