CIOs should bake BCP/ DR in IT infrastructure ASAP: Keith Tilley, SunGard

“IT is so prevalent to run the risk of not being available while your competition is up and running. DR / BCP should never be just a tick in the box for CIOs,” says Keith Tilley, EVP EMEA & APAC, SunGard Availability Services.

One-on-one with Kaseya’s Global CEO Yogesh Gupta

Computerworld India took some one-on-one time with Kaseya’s new CEO Yogesh Gupta, to discuss where he wants to take Kaseya in the coming years and how he plans to do it.

How MDM Works -- or Doesn't Work -- for SMBs

Not every company is big enough to implement traditional MDM solutions, but the smaller ones are still trying to find ways to manage their corporate data.

Ex-Juniper Ravi Chauhan Lands up at SAP as India MD

Chauhan was previously managing director for Juniper Networks India. He quit the networking firm in the beginning of the year after a stint of 4.5 years.   

Four Reasons Why Microsoft is a New Company under Nadella

Here are four surprising things Microsoft has embraced publicly in the past week or so that reveal a new and better company.

How to Migrate from Windows XP Securely and Safely

Microsoft is expected to pull off support for Windows XP systems on April 8th, and many companies are yet to finalize a migration strategy to a newer operating system. Here's how organizations can migrate safely.

Google Details Its Ambitious Project Ara Modular Smartphone

Ara is an ambitious idea: a basic exoskeleton into which standard-sized modules can be connected to produce a personalized smartphone.

Akamai Admits its OpenSSL Patch was Faulty, Reissues Keys

Akamai Technologies, whose network handles up to 30 percent of all Internet traffic, said Sunday a researcher found a fault in custom code that the company thought shielded most of its customers from the Heartbleed bug.

Big Data Drives 47% Growth for Top 50 Public Cloud Companies

Big data analytics are driving rapid growth for public cloud computing vendors with revenues for the top 50 public cloud providers shooting up 47% in the fourth quarter last year to $6.2 billion.

Windows XP is Still Running Thousands of Websites Worldwide

It's not just desktop users who refuse to move on from Windows XP. Thousands of websites are still enamored with the now-unsupported OS, too.

Google Envisions Glass in Businesses

Google wants to put its Glass headmounted computer system to work.

Apple Details $2.2B Damages Claim Against Samsung

Apple began to lay out its US$2.2 billion damages claim against Samsung Electronics for the first time, arguing to an eight-person jury in California that Samsung's alleged patent infringement was large and significantly damaged Apple.

Microsoft Requires Migration to Windows 8.1 Update within 5 Weeks

Windows 8.1 users have a narrow window to upgrade to Windows 8.1 Update, the refresh that begins rolling out to customers on Tuesday, to continue receiving future bug fixes, patches and enhancements.

Cloud, Big Data Raises Spectre of Insider Data Theft: Ovum

There is a growing risk of data theft from insiders, according to analyst Ovum.

MongoDB 2.6 Hits General Availability

MongoDB’s most significant release to date focuses on simplicity and reliability to operations, re-architecting of major server components and enterprise-grade security.

Compatibility with Security: How to Run Windows XP in a Virtual Machine

While most Windows XP software works just fine in Windows 8, some applications do indeed have compatibility issues. Fortunately, there's a way you can run any Windows XP software at all, using virtualization.

Printing is Coming, but Microsoft's Office for iPad Still Requires O365

If Microsoft plans to decouple Office for the iPad from Office 365, the team is keeping it a closely guarded secret. But printing seems to be on its way.

Intel and SGI Test Full-Immersion Fluid Cooling for Servers

Intel and SGI have been testing a supercomputer that's kept cool by submerging the electronics completely in fluid, a system they say can dramatically reduce energy bills.

The Real Security Lesson Windows XP Taught us is to Challenge Our Assumptions

As support for Windows XP comes to an official end, the real security lesson is hidden. Broader than what to do about it today is the consideration of what it means for the future.

Windows XP: Chronicle of a Death Foretold

When Microsoft ends support for Windows XP, a security sinkhole will likely open and gradually widen, threatening hundreds of millions of PCs worldwide in homes, companies, government agencies and schools.