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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

TechTarget IT News Roundup -- April 11th, 2006

SearchCIO.com:

Infrastructure management moves offshore
As the offshore outsourcing market matures, Indian vendors are now poised to take over another chunk of the IT stack: the care and feeding of infrastructure.

SearchCRM.com:

Salesforce.com seizes Sendia for SaaS, CRM mobility
Salesforce.com acquired mobile technology maker Sendia today and launched AppExchange Mobile, which relies on the new technology to mobilize Software as a Service applications.

SearchDataCenter.com:

Vendors promise CMDB interoperability
BMC Software Inc., Fujitsu Ltd., Hewlett-Packard Co. and IBM today announced plans to create a new interoperability specification designed to enable customers to federate and access information from multi-vendor IT infrastructures.

Washington energy lobby adopts Exchange failover
One of the largest lobbying associations in the U.S. energy industry recently implemented failover software from XOsoft to guard against costly e-mail lapses.

SearchMobileComputing.com:

Collaboration suite bridges the Cisco/Microsoft gap
CallTower Inc. recently unveiled its latest hosted collaboration suite, which integrates with Microsoft Live Communications Server and Cisco CallManager.

SearchOpenSource.com:

Golden's Rules: Red Hat/JBoss pairing bad news for BEA, Novell
Red Hat's acquisition of JBoss is bad news for proprietary middleware vendors, particularly BEA, and Red Hat's competitor, Novell, says columnist Bernard Golden.

Users gain from Red Hat's JBoss buy
Red Hat bought JBoss to the tune of $350 million this week bringing middleware and an operating system under one roof.

SearchSecurity.com:

Oracle accidentally exposes flaw, exploit
A database researcher says details about a high-risk privilege escalation vulnerability were mistakenly posted on Oracle’s MetaLink site last week. There’s no patch, but there are workarounds.

Microsoft triggers security vendor 'arms race'
McAfee Total Protection illustrates how it and other vendors are addressing enterprise security management woes while fending off Microsoft's thrust into security.

SearchStorage.com:

Exabyte offers cheap LTO automation
A new library from Exabyte is the first automated tape library in an autoloader form factor, according to industry analysts. But if Exabyte builds it, will SMBs come?

SearchWebServices.com:

Red Hat, JBoss could disrupt SOA disruption
Analysts see deal's business sense but it is still unclear how Linux and LAMP development fits together with open source Java development and SOA.

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