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Thursday, February 14, 2013
Apple working on fix for iOS 6.1 bug that's choking Exchange servers
Apple has announced that a fix for an iOS 6.1 bug that's been choking some enterprise Microsoft Exchange servers is on the way. The deceptively minor problem in Exchange calendars triggers massive activity spikes on the Exchange servers, with ballooning transaction logs and CPU utilization. The server can sometimes block iOS 6.1 users.
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In the cloud world of the future, some companies will want public cloud resources while others will want private clouds on their own premises, says Ashesh Badani, general manager of Red Hat's cloud business unit. That's why Red Hat has a cloud strategy that incorporates both public and private platform as a service (PaaS) clouds, and it has big plans for those products this year. READ MORE
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Chances are that by now you've heard of the latest video trend hitting the Internet - the Harlem Shake. This one is a bit hard to explain (go here for a full explainer), but basically it's a video where one person in a crowd full of people is dancing alone, and then when the music stops and starts again, you cut to a video of everyone dancing. READ MORE
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It seems we've been talking about the rise of hosted communications services for years now, but adoption has been rather light. I think one of the main reasons is that the features and functions available from the hosted providers historically weren't even close to what was available from the premise-based vendors. READ MORE
As Bruce Springsteen once sang, "you can't start a fire without a spark." With this in mind, President Obama issued an executive order on cybersecurity this week. Will this truly be a spark? To answer that question, it is worthwhile to start by describing what the executive order does. There are really three main points as the order: 1. Directs the Federal government (primarily DHS) to create... READ MORE
T-Mobile USA's SVP of B2B services, Frank Sickinger, shared some LTE-related numbers and had some interesting things to say in a recent interview about the carrier's upcoming LTE rollout in the United States. READ MORE
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