Retailers Hacked by New Malware
Oracle To Buy TOA Technologies
IBM Beefs Up Identity Intelligence
Asana Revamps Mobile App
AMD Debuts 64-Bit ARM Server Chips
'Malicious actors' are using a new variety of malware to access consumer payment data remotely through point-of-sale systems, according to a report from the Department of Homeland Security.
In an effort to boost its field service capabilities, Oracle is buying TOA Technologies, a cloud-based provider of field service solutions that manage the "last mile" of customer service.
Big Blue is betting big on identity intelligence. IBM just acquired a private firm with security software to govern user access to apps and data across cloud and on-premise environments.
Asana, a collaboration software provider started by a Facebook founder, is now out with a rebuilt native iOS mobile app. It replaces one that even the company admits was not up to par.
It's dubbed "Seattle" and it's AMD's first 64-bit ARM-based Opteron processor. The low-power chip is being released as part of AMD’s Opteron A1100-series developer kit, and aimed at high-end data center needs.