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What's the Best Way for Developers to Communicate With Customers?

What happens when vendors have some information that's vital to deliver to the customer base? Facebook? E-mail? Rogue Amoeba, the maker of a number of popular Macintosh audio utilities talks up its new in-application programming interface for sending important news directly to users.

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Oracle to Release 88 Critical Fixes Next Week

The company will patch multiple holes in products such as Fusion middleware in its quarterly critical patch update on Tuesday...

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Seven Tips for Selecting a Cloud Services Provider

Here are seven ideas to help you choose a professional services company for your cloud implementation.

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Cloudera and Mount Sinai: The Structure of a Big Data Revolution?

Can a disruptive molecular biologist and the leading company in the Hadoop ecosystem make medical research change its methodologies for the better?

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Oracle Updates Oracle VM Server Virtualisation Solution

Oracle has released version 3.1.1 of Oracle VM Server for x86, its Xen-based virtualisation solution. It includes wizards for generating VMs and server pools, and users can now add virtual CPUs to running VMs...

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Talend Updates Data Tools to 5.1.0

Talend has updated its Open Studio products to 5.1.0, with enhanced XML support for its Data Integration software, enhanced REST and SOAP services, and Nagios support for its ESB application...

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