John Newton - Alfresco
In this video they discuss how recent changes in technology, cloud adoption, BYOD and the need to securely share content is driving change across the ...
John Newton - Alfresco
Chapter 2 of this video in which the discussion centres on cloud, BYOD and the need to securely share content. ...
Nick Drabble - IBM
Jason Stamper, CBR editor, talks to Nick Drabble, cloud leader in IBM's Software Group. The discussion starts with the kinds of cloud adoption IBM is ...
Mike Griffiths - Perforce
CBR editor Jason Stamper sits down with Mike Griffiths, EMEA sales director at Perforce. Up for discussion is Perforce’s take on version management,...
Chris Knowles - Dimension Data
CBR sits down with Dimension Data’s Chris Knowles, head of solutions, and Cisco’s Donald Gunn, IT program manager for mobility solutions. Up ...
Neil Cresswell, MD EMEA - Savvis
CBR editor Jason Stamper sits down with Neil Cresswell, Savvis managing director, EMEA, to talk about colocation. Up for discussion is the role of...
Bim Parmar - Faronics
Steve Evans sits down with Bim Parmar of security firm Faronics to hear about the growing threat from social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Li...
Tony Fisher and Jill Dyché - DataFlux
CBR's Jason Stamper sits down with DataFlux's president and CEO, Tony Fisher, and VP of thought leadership, Jill Dyché. The discussion centres on ...
David Rajan and Nick Whitehead - Oracle
CBR editor Jason Stamper sits down with two Oracle business intelligence experts to talk about one of the hottest topics in IT today: Big Data. Dav...
Ziv Mador - M86 Security
M86 Security recently published its Security Labs Report, July-December 2011 Recap. In this podcast, CBR editor Jason Stamper talks by phone to Ziv Ma...
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Celebrities spell danger McAfee names the singer as one of the most dangerous names to search for.
Workstation 11 is the ‘ultimate Swiss army knife’.
EU regulators raise privacy concerns over the emerging market.
PayPal, Gmail and Tumblr only some of the names already snapped up.
Fans went cray for Lady G A G A and Queen Bey - so much so that the sites crashed.
Final price to be determined after regulatory review.
Major retailers provided access in the first phase.
Job applications lead to viruses on seemingly legitimate site.
4.5m web and mobile apps would turn out to be vulnerable by next year.
Will Microsoft's next-gen OS be the cavalry in the battle for enterprise space?