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Hitachi ID Systems webinar on the intersection between IAM and cloud computing

Idan Shoham Andras Cser

Jan. 25 Hitachi ID Systems

Hitachi ID Systems recently published a white paper titled "IAM in the Cloud: the intersection between identity and access management and cloud computing." This analysis includes an overview of modern IAM and cloud computing systems and an extensive analysis of 26 architectural scenarios involving the two types of solutions.

http://hitachi-id.com/cgi-bin/emaildoc?document=intersection-of-identity-man agement-and-cloud-computing.pdf

January 27 Idan Shoham Andras Cser, principal analyst and risk at Forrester Research, Inc.

Idan Shoham

http://hitachi-id.com/webinars/webinarform-iam-cloud-001.html

About Hitachi ID Systems, Inc.

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LogicsOne & Sovereign Systems Announce Agreement to Merge Creating the Largest Virtualization, Storage, Backup and Cloud Services Firm in the Southeast

ATLANTA Jan. 25, 2011

LogicsOne, the leading virtualization consulting and services firm in the Southeast, and Sovereign Systems, the fastest growing provider of storage management solutions and services, have previously offered their respective portfolios to commercial, enterprise, SMB, and healthcare companies.  Effective immediately, IT manufacturers and solution providers offering virtualization and cloud enablement technologies will be able to leverage the best-in-class joint capabilities of LogicsOne and Sovereign Systems.  All engineering resources, support resources, certifications, and services will be combined and integrated into a single engagement model.

David Able

Dave Wasserman

Atlanta Tampa Orlando Miami Nashville

Acceleration Services Virtualization, Storage, Backup, and Cloud

Benefits organizations just getting started with virtualization (or individual components like VDI, V-Block, etc.), storage consolidation, advanced backup/recovery, and cloud architecture.

Design and Build Services

Assists IT teams in the process of planning, configuring, and deploying virtualized and cloud architectures with supporting infrastructure such as storage, backup, and recovery.

Management as a Service (MaaS)

Provides customers with administrator service

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Astera Announces Centerprise Connector for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

ENCINO, Calif. Jan. 25, 2011

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Ibrahim Surani

"Microsoft's launch of Dynamics CRM 2011 brings a rich new set of capabilities and opportunities for businesses looking to create or maintain their competitive edge through data based decision making.  Additionally, with the introduction of Dynamics CRM 2011, and its cloud as well as and on-premise capabilities, many organizations are considering a move from Salesforce.com to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011," says Surani.

Microsoft's Dynamics CRM 2011 promises vastly improved business intelligence by using the powerful combined collaborative features of Microsoft Office, SharePoint, and Dynamics suite of enterprise applications. By utilizing the Microsoft enterprise business and collaborative stack, businesses are able to drive productivity, to improve customer experience, and gain better business insight.

For those customers, Astera has developed a One-Click Migration connector for Salesforce to Dynamics CRM which enables businesses to migrate their data in minutes through a simple, graphical interface. Project-based payment options help minimize costs and improve the ROI of migration projects. Straightforward configurations can be accomplished in minutes. More complex configurations are made simple with preconfigured dataflows, reducing the risk of errors due to data integration, data quality or data availability issues.

The Centerprise Connector for Dynamics CRM enables rapid integration and synchronization with Microsoft Dynamics CRM data with internal and external applicatio

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Flurry Chooses Arista Networks to Support Unprecedented Growth

SAN FRANCISCO Jan. 25, 2011 Flurry Inc. Arista Networks

January 2009 December 2010 August 2010

Sean Byrnes

Flurry uses HBase and Hadoop for deep and computationally extensive processing of its exponentially growing data set. The company's analytics, clustering and targeting calculations are handled by more than 100 production servers with tens of billions of rows over numerous tables. Already built-out across multiple data-centers, Flurry is slated to quintuple its number of servers within six months to scale with demand.

Mansour Karam

About Flurry

Flurry is a leading smartphone application analytics, promotion and monetization platform used by more than 35,000 companies in more than 70,000 applications across iOS, Android, Blackberry and J2ME. Flurry tracks over 7 billion anonymous, aggregated end-user application sessions each month.

Flurry Analytics helps developers make better applications, increase retention and grow revenue. Flurry AppCircle is an intelligent, analytics-powered cross-selling network that acquires better users for applications and earns publishers more than 3X revenue over performance ad networks and offer-wall companies.

San Francisco New York www.flurry.com

About Arista Networks:

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Online Dating Plows Fertile Ground in China

CHONGQING, China January 25, 2011 Chongqing, China Tony "Full" Nelson

Canada

Beijing Shanghai

Canada New York New Jersey Milwaukee

These modern romantics are members of an exclusive group of men who since 1993 have traveled the world, guests of Romance Tour companies like AsianBeauties parent Anastasia International. The online dating industry itself has recently experienced unprecedented growth and a positive transformation evidenced by the tone of several articles by major journals such as Time, Bloomberg/Newsweek, The Economist and others.

As the men switch tables at the sound of a gong and move on to the next setting of hopeful ladies, their gaze wanders back to certain women they've just met and felt connections with. They all to a certain extent feel a combination of emotions that comes with being in a foreign country. But specific to this group is amazement at the abundance and beauty of the women in China...the unusual and unique social experience of having their dreams laid at their feet. One participant quips 'this is like candy-land', while another described being entertained at a table of over a dozen adoring women like being a 'rock star' or a 'celebrity athlete'.

China

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Psyche’s Anatomic Pathology System Scores #1 for the KLAS Market Segment Anatomic Pathology for 2010

MILFORD, Mass. Jan. 25, 2011 2010 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Professional Services

WindoPath is a highly advanced, full-featured anatomic pathology information system with a modular, customizable design. This design allows quick and easy adaptation to the specific needs of laboratories of all sizes and testing capabilities, including hospitals, private pathology groups, commercial labs, physician office labs, cytogenetics, reference and molecular labs. It is a complete Anatomic Pathology System with CLIA compliance and HIPAA-related security and privacy provisions.

Psyche Systems would like to thank all WindoPath customers who participated in the KLAS survey analysis. WindoPath's rating was 86.5, significantly higher than the closest competitor in Anatomic Pathology and was the only vendor in the category with a disclosure level of 'Full'.  Psyche was also the vendor rated to have 100% of customers surveyed say that they would buy Psyche again.

Michael Hitchcock

For over 34 years, Psyche has delivered information systems designed exclusively for the pathology laboratory, pioneering many of the industry's leading technology innovations. Psyche developed the first client-server computing model for an AP system, integrated word processing for easier report creation and image management, interactive voice for Pap cases, choice of a stand-alone or a hosted software delivery model, and unified clinical/AP reporting capabilities.

About Psyche Systems Corporation

www.psychesystems.com

About KLAS

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Exar Corporation Reports Fiscal 2011 Third Quarter Results

FREMONT, Calif. Jan. 25, 2011 December 26, 2010

$35.4 million $37.2 million $33.9 million

The GAAP gross margin for the third quarter of fiscal 2011 was 45.5% compared to 46.4% for the prior quarter and 50.2% in the third quarter of fiscal 2010.

On a non-GAAP basis, gross margin for the third quarter of fiscal 2011 was 50.0% compared to 50.8% for the prior quarter and 54.1% in the third quarter of fiscal 2010.

$5.0 million $0.11 $4.5 million $0.10 $3.8 million $0.09

$1.9 million $0.1 million

$202.1 million

Pete Rodriguez

March 27, 2011 $33 million and $35 million $21 million and $22 million

The Company's statements about its future financial performance or operating plans are based on current information and expectations and the Company undertakes no duty to update such statements. These statements are forward-looking and actual results could differ materially due to various risks and uncertainties, some of which are described herein.

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WatchGuard Lists Most Risky Web Apps

SEATTLE Jan. 25, 2011 WatchGuard Technologies

Highlights / News Facts:

According to WatchGuard security researchers, the fastest growing threat to corporate networks is web-based social media applications.  These applications can seriously compromise network security, expose sensitive data, and create productivity drains on employees.  

There are many reasons why social media applications can pose risk to any size business. Here are a few:

  • Productivity Loss: the United States
  • Data loss:
  • Malware and Attack vector:
    • Social media sites breed a culture of trust .
    • Many Social media sites suffer from technical vulnerabilities.
    • Hugely Popular.

For these reasons, the following applications are deemed to be the most risky according to WatchGuard research:

  1. Facebook:
  2. Twitter:
  3. YouTube:
  4. LinkedIn:
  5. 4chan:
  6. Chatroulette:

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TeleHealth Services Names Joel Harris as Vice President of Corporate Development to Accelerate Growth in Healthcare

RALEIGH, N.C. Jan. 25, 2011 Joel Harris

George Fleming

Mr. Harris most recently served as Sr. Director, Bio-Device Engineering & Manufacturing for Pfizer, Inc.   From 2000 to 2008, Mr. Harris served as TeleHealth's Vice President of Operations where he was responsible for installation and service of all TeleHealth service lines along with the development, production and support of TeleHealth's proprietary interactive education products.  During this period, Mr. Harris was also responsible for corporate development for TeleHealth.  Before joining the TeleHealth organization in 2000, Mr. Harris was a management consultant with Ernst & Young LLP specializing in post-merger integration, transportation and high technology.

Mr. Harris commented, "TeleHealth's growth history and capability, along with its strong management team, allow us to offer significant upside opportunities to partner with any number of companies.  I look forward to spearheading our evolution through new partnership strategies."

Initially, Mr. Harris will be focused on the identification and evaluation of potential M&A targets, while managing the company's product strategy and the organization's integration into a new phase of partnership with leading global partners for healthcare communications solutions.

Ohio State University UNC-Chapel Hill

About TeleHealth Services:

With more than 2,500 healthcare clients across the country, TeleHealth Services is the nation's leading provider of integrated technology and communi

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Applied Seals North America Champions Industry Effort to Establish Global Standards for Semiconductor-Grade O-Rings

NEWARK, Calif. Jan. 25, 2011 Applied Seals North America, Inc. SEMI Standards

$400 million Dalia Vernikovsky

January 21 Parker Hannifin

"Our charter is to educate the industry and eliminate the misapplication of o-rings, which results in significant costs and downtime," Vernikovsky said. "Defining sealing standards can save the industry a huge amount of time and money because seals are so pervasive in everything from ultrapure water systems and chemical handling to virtually all deposition, etching and cleaning steps."

In its first meeting, task force members agreed to focus the group's early efforts on developing standards for:

  • Specifying the important parameters to consider for these standards and how to measure them, which is quite challenging due to the wide variety of chemical and physical properties for both seals and semiconductor-manufacturing processes
  • Rating the applicability of seals to create a standard way of measuring successful sealing performance

Up-to-date standards are needed to define semiconductor-grade sealing characteristics required for manufacturing ICs today. Most sealing technology used in wafer fabs was originally developed for unrelated applications in heavy industry, not sensitive IC production. As the semiconductor industry advances, factors ranging from the design of slit valves and gates to seals' compat

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Reportlinker Adds Telemedicine: Opportunities for Medical and Electronic Providers

NEW YORK Jan. 25, 2011

Telemedicine: Opportunities for Medical and Electronic Providers

http://www.reportlinker.com/p096566/Telemedicine-Opportunities-for-Medical-and-Electronic-Providers.html

$9.8 billion $23 billion

$5.6 billion $6.9 billion $15 billion

$2.9 billion $7.9 billion

INTRODUCTION

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 

This is an update of an earlier BCC report (December 2007). BCC's goal in updating the report is to assess the impact of post-2007 technical, economic, legal/regulatory, business, and other developments on the global market for telemedicine technologies and services. Objectives of both the original and the updated studies include:

Defining new avenues in the telemedicine market, mainly in terms of cutting-edge technology development, value-added services, and newer applications Providing an in-depth understanding of the economics of telemedicine in terms of business models, a cost-benefit analysis, and information for an investment business case Identifying opportuniti

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TH(i)NQ Ed Introduces cour(i)er(SM)

CARBONDALE, Ill. Jan. 25, 2011 THiNQ Ed

Unlike many email solutions available for schools, courier offers:

  • Robust archiving and discovery capabilities, minimizing IT and/or legal costs by centrally storing all email
  • Superior safety and security features including anti-spam, anti-virus, profanity filtering and automatic disabling of accounts if hacking attempt occurs
  • Exceptional user-interface that is consistent, easy to use and offers drag and drop capability
  • Productivity-enabling organizational tools, including shared calendars, shared folders and free “busy search”
  • Mobile access anywhere, anytime through any Internet/WiFi enabled device, with over-the-air synchronization
  • Integration with third-party tools/websites and Zimlets to further enhance the user’s communication experience

Mary McCaffrey

VMware Zimbra™

E-Rate

http://thinqed.com/services/erate.php

About THiNQ ED:

Since 1996, THiNQ Ed (formerly SchoolCenter) has been a leader in online engagement solutions for K-12. The Company has maintained this leadership role in the K-12 sector by offering online engagement solutions for educators, districts, schools, and students. THiNQ Ed’s products and services support school and community communications

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Electric Cloud Brings Private Development Clouds to the Masses

SUNNYVALE, Calif. Jan. 25, 2011 http://www.electric-cloud.com/news/2011-0125-p.php http://www.electric-cloud.com/news/2011-0125-s.php

Mike Maciag

There is a gap between what IT provides and what developers must use to ship software. The virtual and physical machines that IT provides are unaware of the tools and processes that developers must lash together to build, test and deploy high-quality software on time.  As a result, developers and IT can often work at odds.  The rise of Development Operations or DevOps acknowledges this problem and assigns ownership.  ElectricCommander 3.8 is the system that enables the solution.

ElectricCommander 3.8 connects the machines, tools, and processes already in place and creates a private development cloud where developers find precisely the services and resources they need.  With the push of a button, any developer can harness the power of the private cloud and get as many machines as they need to run compute intensive tasks such as build, test and deploy.  ElectricCommander 3.8 accomplishes this through:

  • Workflow automation.
  • Parallel execution.
  • Workload distribution and management.
  • Tool integration.

ElectricCommander 3.8 is the answer for enterprises looking for the benefits of private cloud computing while addressing the unique tool and process needs of individual development t

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Groupware Technology Now Offers Proof of Concepts and Migration for the Oracle Exadata Database Machine in Its California Lab Facility

CAMPBELL, Calif. Jan. 25, 2011

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John Gray

Groupware has continually invested in its lab facility to enable customers to simulate their production environments to test and validate the performance and cost benefits of new data center solutions. The company will also offer Oracle Exadata Database Machine training and workshops on a regular basis.  

Mike Thompson

Groupware's professional services team has amassed some of the industry's top database and datacenter infrastructure experts to help customers demonstrate the case for migration.  The Groupware lab facility is available to customers 24 x 7 via key card access or secure VPN, and database experts will work closely with customers to derive the greatest performance improvements and cost savings.  Oracle Exadata Database Machine is architected to help customers:

  • Lower IT costs through large-scale database consolidation of ERP, CRM, and other varied application workloads
  • Quickly provision scalable and reliable database services in a private cloud environment
  • Address the performance needs of demanding enterprise OLTP and data warehousing applications with large user populations

Campbell, California

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COMAC Selects Hamilton Sundstrand to Provide Emergency Power System

WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. Jan. 25, 2011 China

In addition to the 30 kVA electric Ram Air Turbine, the emergency system includes a generator control unit, auto deploy control unit, actuator, stow panel and generator line contactor. In the unanticipated loss of in-flight power from the engines, the RAT deploys into the airstream and produces power to the cockpit and flight controls, to safely land the aircraft.

COMAC had previously chosen Hamilton Sundstrand's Kidde Aerospace & Defense business to provide the aircraft's integrated fire and overheat protection system. Hamilton Sundstrand's Ratier-Figeac business will supply the aircraft's pilot controls, which includes side sticks, rudder brake pedals, speed brake control level, control panel and the Thrust Control Quadrant.

China

Andreas Schell

$1.5 billion

Hamilton Sundstrand entered the Chinese commercial aviation market in 1985 with the development of the MA60 aircraft. Today, Hamilton Sundstrand is a key systems supplier on COMAC's 90-seat ARJ21 regional jet, supplying the electric power generation, primary distribution and Ram Air Turbine emergency power system, the APS2600 Auxiliary Power Unit; fire protection system, and the high-lift actuation system, which includes flap and slat actuators, drive train, power drive units and controllers.

May 2008

$5.6 billion Windsor Locks, Conn.

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