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By Keerti Melkote, Senior Vice President and General Manager, HPE Aruba, and Co-Founder, Aruba Networks

Today, I am excited to announce that HPE Aruba has acquired Niara, a leader in the developing User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) market space, to help our customers detect and protect themselves against advanced cyber-attacks that have penetrated their perimeter defenses.

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CRN reported that: "Cloud-based data protection technology developer Carbonite said on Tuesday that it had acquired the Double-Take Software assets of Vision Solutions in a move to bring its channel partners new offerings related to high-availability and data migration."

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"HP has announced an expanded recall of batteries used in its notebook computers… The voluntary recall pertains to lithium-ion batteries containing cells manufactured by Panasonic. They’re compatible with HP, Compaq, HP ProBook, HP Envy, Compaq Presario, and HP Pavilion laptops." [Via Digital Trends]

The announcement below is from the HP website. (Derive Healthcare is a HP, Inc. Platinum Partner.)

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Derive Healthcare, the dedicated healthcare technology division of Derive Technologies, a New York-based, northeast US, and national business technology consultancy focused on infrastructure design and support, announced on September 29, 2016, that it has partnered with Kaminario, a leading all-flash storage company.

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An article in the September 26, edition of Becker's Health IT & CIO Review, by Akanksha Jayanthi, entitled, "HIMSS, CHIME seek to separate health IT, health informatics, health information management occupations" , indicates that, as the "Standard Occupation Classification Policy Committee is making revisions to its classifications for 2018, it may consider distinguishing occupations related to health informatics, health information management and health information techno

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June 27, 2016 - A 6/22 article on MedGadget, entitled, "Digital Health Market – Growing Demand for Healthcare Technology," indicates that opportunities for "deploying mobile technology in a healthcare set-up have significantly increased in the last few years." According to the article, this is because the "rising aging population, increasing price of advanced treatments, and shrinking healthcare expenses by governmen

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As we've been reporting this week, key members of the Derive Healthcare team are in Chicago for HIMSS '15.

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