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Windows 8.1 also has a few business-oriented tricks up its sleeveThe Windows 8.1 Preview launched yesterday with much fanfare at Microsoft's Build conference in San Francisco. On the other side of the planet, meanwhile, Microsoft was kicking off TechEd Europe, where it revealed the features and benefits of Windows 8.1 for business users.
US general 'under investigation' for Stuxnet leakA former top military official is reportedly under investigation for leaking classified information related to the use of malicious software to disrupt Iran's uranium refinement program.

BP to create enterprise-wide cloud application ecosystemBP will look to introduce an enterprise-wide app store as the firm seeks to further its public and private cloud strategy.

Friday, 28 June 2013 11:18

Teradata expands Hadoop support

Teradata's enterprise customers have a fresh set of options for integrating Hadoop into their environments.
BYOD leads to widespread security threats to companies, shows researchStaff are using more personal mobile gadgets to do their work but the security of the work data they are accessing is not being deployed in return, according to research.

MOD selects Steria to lead test facility for military IT systemsSteria has today announced that it has passed an Operational Readiness Test to act as Prime Systems Integrator for the Ministry of Defence's Land Systems Reference Centre (LSRC) in a contract over five years

Accenture sees sales and profits up as it turns to SMACOutsourcer Accenture has reported an increase in global sales and operating profits for the third quarter, but sales in the EMEA region were slightly down.

Angry football fans aiming cyber attacks at UEFA websiteFootball governing body UEFA is subject to a growing number of cyber attacks, with frustrated fans venting their anger by targeting the organisation’s website.

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