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3 Big Data Trends To Watch For In 2016
by CXOtoday News Desk    Dec 15, 2015
Category : Research
Appliance and cloud will drive the next wave of Hadoop adoption to mainstream enterprises, says Ovum.
Java's 20 Yrs Of Existence... And A Healthier Future
by CXOtoday News Desk    May 21, 2015
Technology : Hardware & Software
Today, much of the Internet of Things is emerging on Java devices.
Java is increasingly being viewed as a security risk
by CXOtoday News Desk    Mar 26, 2013
Category : News & Analysis
Recent high-profile attacks have firmly established the trend
E-commerce sites more likely to spread malware than malicious sites: Study
by CXOtoday News Desk    Feb 04, 2013
Category : News & Analysis
Majority of Web exploits targeted Java, followed by PDF and Adobe Flash Player.
U.S. says Java still risky, even after security update
by Reuters    Jan 15, 2013
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
Asks users not to run Java unless absolutely necessary
Experts urge PC users to disable Oracle's Java, cite security flaw
by Reuters    Jan 11, 2013
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
Three experts warned computer users to disable Java modules to protect themselves from attacks
Will growing Android malware take the steam out of BYOD?
by Sharon Lobo    Jan 09, 2013
99% of newly discovered mobile malicious programs target the Android platform
Latest Java software opens PCs to hackers
by Reuters    Aug 28, 2012
Category : News & Analysis
Researchers have identified code that attacks machines by exploiting a newly discovered flaw in the latest version of Java.
“Enterprise OSS adoption has undergone a sea change”
by Sohini Bagchi    Jul 13, 2012
Category : Interviews
Technology : Hardware & Software
In an exclusive interview with CXOtoday, Agarwal throws light on the current enterprise trends in Open Source adoption.
Oracle ups pressure on HP, IBM
by Raghu Krishnan     Oct 03, 2011
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : none
"When we first bought Sun, people said we would get out of the hardware business," says Oracle CEO Larry Ellision. "I guess we didn't get the memo."
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