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    IT World Canada is the Canadian affiliate of International Data Group (IDG), the world’s largest IT information media provider. We’ve been creating conversations and building relationships with Canada’s technology professionals, business managers and executives for over twenty-five years by delivering timely, incisive information they can trust through a variety of digital publications, events and print brands.

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    1. Cisco Looks To Boost Intercloud Efforts With Metacloud Acquisition

      Explore crn.com (Sep 17 2014)

      Cisco Looks To Boost Intercloud Efforts With Metacloud Acquisition

      Cisco Wednesday said it will acquire Metacloud, a provider of OpenStack-based private clouds, in a move designed to fuel its global Intercloud push.

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      Comment Mentions:   Amazon   Cisco

    2. ARM 64-bit processors could come to multifunction printers too

      Explore pcworld.com (Sep 17 2014)

      From smartphones, tablets and servers, ARM’s 64-bit processors could soon spread to multifunction printers, storage and networking devices.

      Chip maker AppliedMicro early next month will announce a new family of ARM-based chips called Helix, which is targeted at embedded devices and appliances used in data centers and offices. The company will share more details about the product family during a session at the ARM TechCon conference in Santa Clara, California, early next month.

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    3. NVIDIA hints at an HTC Nexus 9 tablet coming within weeks (Jon Fingas/Engadget)

      Explore Techmeme (Sep 10 2014)

      NVIDIA hints at an HTC Nexus 9 tablet coming within weeks (Jon Fingas/Engadget)

      Jon Fingas / Engadget: NVIDIA hints at an HTC Nexus 9 tablet coming within weeks  —  Remember those hints of HTC returning to tablets?  Yeah, the cat's out of the bag.  As part of its patent lawsuit against Qualcomm and Samsung, NVIDIA has revealed that it expects a Tegra K1-powered “HTC Nexus 9” sometime within the third calendar quarter of the year.

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    4. Release of iPhone 6 Delayed in China (New York Times)

      Explore Techmeme (Sep 10 2014)

      New York Times: Release of iPhone 6 Delayed in China  —  BEIJING — Apple is facing a potential setback in China, one of its biggest and fastest-growing markets, after the much-anticipated introductions here of the new iPhone models were delayed.  —  On Wednesday, Apple told China's three big state-owned …

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      Comment Mentions:   Apple

    5. SAP, Ericsson team up for mobile management and apps

      Explore pcworld.com (Sep 10 2014)

      SAP and Ericsson have joined forces to help enterprises manage mobile devices and apps as a service.

      The partnership will turn SAP’s Mobile Secure software suite for mobile device management, security and applications into a cloud-based service that carriers can sell to enterprises.

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    6. CWDM4 MSA Releases Detailed Specification for Low Cost 100G Optical Interfaces Targeting Data Center Applications

      Explore Marketwired (Sep 9 2014)

      Consortium Surpasses 15 Member Mark Gaining Substantial Industry-Wide Participation and Adoption

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      Comment Mentions:   Juniper

    7. A strategy for strategy: Figuring out how to figure out what IT should do next

      Explore Computerworld Singapore (Sep 2 2014)

      A strategy for strategy: Figuring out how to figure out what IT should do next

      Every morning in Africa, a gazelle wakes up. It knows it must run faster than the fastest lion or it will be killed. Every morning a lion wakes up. It knows it must outrun the slowest gazelle or it will starve to death.

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    8. Naked celebrity hack: security experts focus on iCloud backup theory (Charles Arthur/Guardian)

      Explore Techmeme (Sep 1 2014)

      Naked celebrity hack: security experts focus on iCloud backup theory (Charles Arthur/Guardian)

      Charles Arthur / Guardian: Naked celebrity hack: security experts focus on iCloud backup theory  —  After intensive examination of file data leaked by one or more hackers, suspicion grows that iCloud backups were source of pictures - though precise method of attack still unclear  —  iCloud backups appear to be the source …

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    9. Rigged industrial software site points to watering hole attack

      Explore Computerworld (Sep 1 2014)

      Rigged industrial software site points to watering hole attack

      Attackers have rigged the website of an industrial software firm with a sophisticated reconnaissance tool, possibly in preparation for attacks against companies from several industries.

      The incident was detected last week by researchers from security firm AlienVault who found rogue code injected into the website of a big industrial company that wasn't named.

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      Comment Mentions:   Microsoft   Adobe

    10. 'Cloud' concerns after celeb leaks

      Explore BBC - Homepage (Sep 1 2014)

      'Cloud' concerns after celeb leaks

      Experts have raised concerns over the security of "cloud" storage sites following the leak of intimate pictures of celebrities.

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    11. Instagram's Hyperlapse app gives videos a time-lapse effect

      Explore IT news, technology analysis and how (Aug 26 2014)

      Instagram's Hyperlapse app gives videos a time-lapse effect

      Instagram on Tuesday released Hyperlapse, a stand-alone app that will let people record longer videos and then speed them up for a time-lapse effect. read more

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      Comment Mentions:   Apple

    12. Wednesday Dealmaster has a 21.5“ Dell monitor made for Web conferencing

      Explore Ars Technica (Aug 26 2014)

      Wednesday Dealmaster has a 21.5“ Dell monitor made for Web conferencing

      Greetings, Arsians! Our partners at LogicBuy are back with a ton of deal for the week. The top offer is a Dell 21.5" 1080p IPS monitor with an integrated webcam and speakers that are supposedly "optimized for Microsoft Lync." If you're big into Web conferencing, this is your perfect monitor. If not, well, there are more deals to dig through below.

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      Comment Mentions:   Microsoft

    13. Two Weeks Before Expected iPhone 6 Launch, Apple To Replace Faulty iPhone 5 Batteries

      Explore crn.com (Aug 26 2014)

      Two Weeks Before Expected iPhone 6 Launch, Apple To Replace Faulty iPhone 5 Batteries

      One Apple partner says the timing isn't great but the move to address the issue is what's key, as the company reveals plan to replace any defective iPhone 5 batteries.

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      Comment Mentions:   Apple

    14. Heartbleed Attacks Still Actively Targeting Vulnerable Servers, Says IBM

      Explore crn.com (Aug 26 2014)

      Heartbleed Attacks Still Actively Targeting Vulnerable Servers, Says IBM

      About 30 percent of servers remain open to the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability with about 7,000 attacks a day, according to IBM's X-Force threat intelligence report.

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      Comment Mentions:   IBM

    15. Flashback, the biggest Mac malware attack of all time. Is it still a threat?

      Explore Mac Antivirus & Security (Aug 26 2014)

      Flashback, the biggest Mac malware attack of all time. Is it still a threat?

      Should we still be fearful of Flashback and why might educational establishments be particularly troubled by the notorious Mac malware?

      Read more in my article on the Intego Mac Security blog.

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      Comment Mentions:   Adobe   Apple