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Brocade: Tight 2015 Budgets to Drive Efficiency Demands

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According to a Brocade-commissioned survey of UK-based IT Decision Makers (ITDMs), the top IT department priority for 2015 is increasing efficiency, as organisations demand to get more value out of their spending.

IT IndustryThe survey reveals 53% of IT leaders see increasing efficiency as their top priority. Why? Mainly budget restrictions, as only 31% of organisations expect an increase in their IT capital spending for the coming year, while 69% predict budgets will either stay flat or decrease.

However a demand for change remains-- just 31% of surveyed ITDMs are "very confident" their current network infrastructure can handle the demands likely to be placed on it on the next 12 months. 33% are prioritising the improvement of existing infrastructure, while 32% are focusing to simply keep existing infrastructure up and running for another year.

Citrix Conferencing Hits Wearables

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G2M wearableWearable device uses can now access conference calls right from their wrists, Dick Tracy-style, as Citrix updates GoToMeeting to allow joining, participation and leaving of meetings from Android Wear smartwatches.

"Take a jog while you’re taking a meeting," the company says. "Listen in on a session while rocking your baby to sleep-— no squirming into your pockets and fumbling with your phone needed." Actually, we think not. Have you actually tried holding a conversation while jogging? And what if the baby decides to start squalling, like babies tend to sometimes do?

HP and VMware Intro ConvergedSystem 200-HC

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HP teams up with VMware to to announce the Converged System 200-HC, a hyper-converged appliance combining server, networking, storage, and virtualisation and management software.

DatacentreDesigned for mid-size businesses, remote offices and branch office locations, the system uses VMware's EVO:RAIL hyper-converged infrastructure to consolidate IT resources into a single appliance. According to HP it features a pre-integrated pre-tested VMware software stack with vSphere, Virtual SAN and vRealize Log Insight, as well as the EVO:RAIL engine.

The hardware allows for rapid software-defined service deployment, and is scaleable from 1 appliance of 4 nodes to 4 appliances of 4 nodes.

In addition HP and VMware are extending HP's OneView convergence management platform to EVO:RAIL, as future OneView releases will allow customers to directly manage the EVO:RAIL appliance.

IBM and SAP Team Up in Cloud

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IBM now provides the cloud infrastructure running the SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud, allowing the expansion of the service to major markets with the addition of IBM cloud data centres.

IBM SAPHANA is the in-memory database speeding up the performance of SAP's ERP and CRM software.

"We look forward to extending one of the longest and most successful partnerships in the IT industry,” SAP CEO Bill McDermott says. “The demand for SAP HANA and the SAP Business Suite on SAP HANA in the cloud is tremendous and this global agreement with IBM heralds a new era of cloud collaboration. We anticipate customers will benefit from this collaboration and expansion of SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud."

SSL Flaw Warning: POODLE

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Google researchers discover a legacy SSL 3.0 protocol vulnerability, one potentially exposing users of newer Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption protocols to risk-- Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption, aka POODLE.

POODLEUnlike its namesake, POODLE is not too cuddly. Instead, it allows man-in-the-middle attackers to access and read encrypted communications via padding oracle side-channel attack.

SSL 3.0 made its debut back in 1996, but remains a widely used cryptography protocol. Nearly all browsers support it, and use it as a fallback in case of HTTPS server bugs. Thus, network attackers can cause connection failures and trigger SSL 3.0 use in order to exploit the vulnerability.

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