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Splunk Enhances Enterprise Security App with Threat Intelligent Framework, Visualizations

Splunk Inc. is shipping an update to its Splunk App for Enterprise Security, to help security professionals stalk cyberattackers. Splunk App for Enterprise Security 3.0 includes visualizations for better threat detection, a new threat intelligence framework, and support for new data types and data models.

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Study: MetaIntell: Finds Data Leakage in 92% of Top 500 Android Mobile Apps

After testing the most downloaded Android apps, MetaIntell found 460 of 500 of the most popular apps create a security or privacy risk when they’re downloaded to Android devices.  The assessment tests were conducted using MetaIntell’s AppInterrogator service, which can detect mobile app vulnerabilities such as pirated code, data leakage and security risks.

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MobileSpaces Upgrade Delivers BYOD Users Secure and Native Support for Google Apps

MobileSpaces 2.1, the newest version of the company’s container-based workspace, provides Android and iOS mobile users native support for a range of Google Apps, including Gmail, Calendar, People, Chrome, Hangouts, Drive, and Quickoffice.

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2014 Will See SOA and API Complement Next-Gen Mobile, Cloud, Big Data Projects

In 2014, SOA and APIs will be even better together – and even prove they are two side of the same “loosely coupled” coin. When used in combination, SOA and APIs will deliver a new generation of flexible and impactful enterprise-class projects, especially for big data, mobile and cloud. This prediction is made by execs at SOA Software, among the early vendors to fuel the API economy. IDN speaks with SOA Software’s executive vice president Roberto Medrano.

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O’Reilly Strata Survey Looks a Salaries for Big Data Devs

A recent survey by O'Reilly found devs who are versed in open source or commercial big data tools and languages can make a pretty penny. Devs can expect to earn up to $150,000 annually – the biggest earners are those who can work with multiple “‘open” tools. IDN speaks with O’Reilly survey co-author John King.

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Splunk Acquires Cloudmeter To Expand Big Data Insights from Machine Data

Splunk Inc., which provides software for real-time operational intelligence, has acquired Cloudmeter Inc., a provider of network data capture technologies. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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2014: Tableau Sees Big Data Ramp Ups Will Get Easier and Faster

Tableau Software execs say 2014 will be the year when big data projects get faster and easier – both for IT and business users. Many trends are in place to better enable non-technical users to leverage diverse company data to discover insights and even predict future trends. IDN speaks with Tableau’s Elissa Fink about the top trends. 

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IBM Watson Gets Set To Bring Commercial Big Data Solutions to the Cloud

IBM has established a big data analytics unit based on its Jeopardy-winning supercomputer Watson to develop cloud-based products and services for enterprises. The IBM Watson Group is a new business unit that will bring software, services and apps to market that can uncover answers to complex questions by analyzing massive amounts of data. 

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Cisco Launches Desktop as a Service Solution; Based on Cisco Desktop Virtualization

Cisco has rolled out its new desktop as a service (DaaS) solution aimed at enterprises that want to take advantage of the benefits of desktop virtualization without having to acquire, build and manage their own infrastructure.

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Red Hat Rolls Out OpenStack Platform 4.0 for Enterprise-Class Public, Private and Hybrid Clouds

Red Hat has launched Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 4.0 aimed at helping more quickly deliver enterprise-ready public, private and open hybrid cloud solutions.  OpenStack Platform 4.0 is built using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 and the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor built on KVM.  It also leverages OpenStack Havana open source cloud platform, which was released last fall with nearly 400 new features.

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Oracle Big Data Project To Bring Business Insight, Cross-Channel Efficiencies to Spain’s CaixaBank

CaixaBank, Spain’s largest domestic bank, has chosen Oracle to implement its new big data infrastructure. The project aims to develop a single data repository – or data pool – to provide business users insight and even ask questions of their data.

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Survey: Enterprises Identify Top ‘Must Haves’ for Big Data

A survey by 1010data finds enterprises believe big data could deliver business benefits, but it may take up to five years to get there.  See what the survey says about why companies are hesitant to make big data investments today, and what vendors should do to improve their offerings.

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