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Neo Technology's Emil Eifrem: 'Cloud Is the New Open Source'

Graphs are everywhere. You find them on websites adding social capabilities. Telecommunications companies use graphs to personalize customer services. Innovative bioinformatics researchers, and other organizations are adopting graph databases to model and query connected data. Neo Technology has pioneered graph databases since 2000 and has been instrumental in bringing the...

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Does a 'Fiscal Cliff' Await Software Vendors Switching to Cloud?

No one in the industry is talking about any fears they may be having about the cloud -- at least not out loud.

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Google And SAP: Two Very Different Cloud Strategies

While both Google and SAP shared a 1980's music sensibility at their respective conferences this week - Billy Idol performed at Google I/O and U2's Bono walked the floor at SAPPHIRE - the two companies see the future of computing very differently. Even when the two companies agree on the importance of cloud computing, their strategies couldn't be more different.

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ownCloud Fixes Critical Security Vulnerabilities

The ownCloud developers have released versions 5.0.6, 4.0.15, and 4.5.11 to fix a number of serious vulnerabilities in their software including SQL injection, code execution and privilege escalation problems...

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VMware's vCloudDirector Has Me Confused

After working with VMware's vCloudDirector for a while, I'm still confused.

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