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Your Weekly Recommendations Tuesday, April 25, 2017
 
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Nonprofit City Harvest Reaps the Benefits of Hyperconvergence
Biztech Magazine • Phil Goldstein
Google Cloud Boss Diane Greene Wants To Be Ahead Of Amazon By 2022
Forbes • Alex Konrad, Forbes Staff
Therese Poletti's Tech Tales: Is hyperconvergence the next big thing in tech?
MarketWatch • Therese Poletti
BRIEF-VMware CEO Patrick Gelsinger's FY 2016 total compensation was $14.84 mln vs $14.4 mln in FY 2015 - SEC filing
Reuters
Review: VMware vSphere gets much-needed facelift
CIO • Tom Henderson
Virtual machine escape fetches $105,000 at Pwn2Own hacking contest
Ars Technica • Dan Goodin
Some remarks for SAP AS ABAP single thread performance on Intel Xeon E5-26xx v3/v4 and Power8
SAP Blogs • Vladimir Rodkin
A look at the CIA’s internal dank meme division
Ars Technica • Sean Gallagher
Using SAP BusinessObjects Predictive Analytics with SAP HANA, express edition
SAP Blogs • Jan Fetzer
EMM Helps Companies Protect Mobile Devices — Near and Far
Biztech Magazine • Wylie Wong
 
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Nonprofit City Harvest Reaps the Benefits of Hyperconvergence
Biztech MagazinePhil Goldstein
For nonprofits that have found success in helping their communities, a common challenge they face is being able to grow and expand their operations while still fulfilling their mission. City Harvest, a nonprofit that pioneered the concept of food rescue, wanted to...
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Amazon.com Inc, Android (operating system)
Google Cloud Boss Diane Greene Wants To Be Ahead Of Amazon By 2022
ForbesAlex Konrad, Forbes Staff
In a wide-ranging conversation touching upon security, artificial intelligence and open source technology, Google's top cloud boss reasserted her confidence that Google can catch Amazon as the cloud leader. "I think we have a pretty good shot at being #1 in five...
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Therese Poletti's Tech Tales: Is hyperconvergence the next big thing in tech?
MarketWatchTherese Poletti
Hyperconvergence may never be a household word, but in Silicon Valley, last year’s booming initial public offering of Nutanix Inc. has pushed more big tech companies to jump into the young technology in hopes that it is the next big thing. Simply...
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BRIEF-VMware CEO Patrick Gelsinger's FY 2016 total compensation was $14.84 mln vs $14.4 mln in FY 2015 - SEC filing
Reuters
VMware Inc * CEO Patrick Gelsinger's FY 2016 total compensation was $14.84 million versus $14.4 million in FY 2015 - SEC filing * VMware Inc says CFO Zane Rowe's total 2016 compensation was $6.6 million Source text: (bit.ly/2nonkZO) Further company coverage:
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Review: VMware vSphere gets much-needed facelift
CIOTom Henderson
VMware’s vSphere 6.5 virtualization platform fixes many issues we had with vSphere 6.0 and delivers significant improvements in management, security and high availability. There are also first steps toward vSphere-Docker integration. To read this article in full or to leave a comment,...
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Virtual machine escape fetches $105,000 at Pwn2Own hacking contest
Ars TechnicaDan Goodin
Contestants at this year's Pwn2Own hacking competition in Vancouver just pulled off an unusually impressive feat: they compromised Microsoft's heavily fortified Edge browser in a way that escapes a VMware virtual machine it runs in. The hack fetched a prize of $105,000,...
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Some remarks for SAP AS ABAP single thread performance on Intel Xeon E5-26xx v3/v4 and Power8
SAP BlogsVladimir Rodkin
Source material for this post was observation of single thread performance SAP kernel 7.49 PL100 on different platforms. I have 3 platforms for tests – Intel Xeon E5-2670v3, Intel Xeon E5-2643v4 and Power8(10-core 3.42 GHz POWER8 Processor Card). I have single thread...
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A look at the CIA’s internal dank meme division
Ars TechnicaSean Gallagher
There are lots of technical details on the Central Intelligence Agency's software development process for espionage tools in the documents dumped by WikiLeaks earlier this week—many of which we'll take a closer look at over the coming days and weeks as even...
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Using SAP BusinessObjects Predictive Analytics with SAP HANA, express edition
SAP BlogsJan Fetzer
This hands-on guide explains how SAP BusinessObjects Predictive Analytics can be configured to use SAP HANA, express edition (SAP HXE) as its database. An end-to-end scenario is configured for the trial version of SAP BusinessObjects Predictive Analytics (SAP PA) – thus allowing...
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EMM Helps Companies Protect Mobile Devices — Near and Far
Biztech MagazineWylie Wong
Managing and securing employee-owned and corporate mobile devices in a traditional office environment is complex enough, but what if a company is growing rapidly? What if it owns no technology infrastructure? What if most employees work remotely — throughout the U.S. and...
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