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Complex-event-processing rivals join forces

New risk management tools anticipated as complex event processing (CEP) firm Aleri unites with top competitor Coral8

Payback time for ITIL

A vast majority of executives involved in ITIL initiatives believe that the guidelines have produced benefits; however, few can quantify those gains in terms of cost savings or quality improvements. As a result, many are questioning their investment in the best-practice guidelines

No patch for Excel zero-day flaw next week

Microsoft will deliver three critical security patches on Tuesday but there's still no fix for Excel vulnerability being exploited by attackers now

Learn to be Agile

Companies can no longer afford to take several months or even years developing applications. That

Adobe patches Flash vulnerabilities for three platforms

The software maker has patched the bug that put users at risk merely by viewing malicious Shockwave Flash files. Other updates addressed risks of clickjacking and denial of service

Hybrid Mac/PC shops more common than ever

Industry analyst Laura DiDio says there

Leadership is SOA rocket fuel

According to the authors of SOA for Dummies, the NASA space program didn

Attack of the killer text messages

The release of a new mobile operating system, such as Palm

Visual WebGui helps Quebec apps firm cut down development time

Symbiose Technologies gains four times more productivity with the help of an open source development platform from Gizmox. You could win $10,000 if you can hack into Visual WebGui

Salesforce connects to Google App Engine

Results from the new hook up remain to be seen, but some analysts foresee faster development of new CRM, business and front-office applications

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