Your Smartphone Battery Could Be Tracking You
Microsoft HoloLens Ready For Developers, Enterprises
Why Your Office Is Freezing In The Summer
Microsoft's Incent Games Acquisition Blends CRM, Fantasy Sports
10 IT Job Search Habits To Nail A New Gig
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Why Your Office Is Freezing In The Summer
David Wagner, Executive Editor, Community & IT Life
News
Why do you need a sweater in the office in the summer? Because we're cooling it based on a formula that dates back to when the Beatles were still together.
By David Wagner Executive Editor, Community & IT Life, 8/4/2015
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Black Hat USA: Empowering Women In Security
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark Reading
Commentary
A panel of influential women in the security industry will share their insights and identify resources for fostering professional development (and recruiting) of women in the field.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Executive Editor at Dark Reading, 8/4/2015
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Your Smartphone Battery Could Be Tracking You
Eric Zeman,
Commentary
Security researchers have found a way to track a user's smartphone Web usage through battery life.
By Eric Zeman , 8/4/2015
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Microsoft HoloLens Ready For Developers, Enterprises
Larry Loeb, Blogger, Informationweek
Commentary
Microsoft has learned a lesson from Google Glass. The company's HoloLens is designed for developers who want to create enterprise, not consumer, applications.
By Larry Loeb Blogger, Informationweek, 8/4/2015
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Microsoft's Incent Games Acquisition Blends CRM, Fantasy Sports
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, InformationWeek
News
The purchase of Incent Games and its sales gamification platform FantasySalesTeam will help Microsoft drive CRM adoption and team competition.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 8/4/2015
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Acer Aspire One Cloudbook Sports Windows 10
Nathan Eddy, Freelance Writer
News
Acer is courting the budget-conscious market with the release of the Aspire One Cloudbook, which uses Windows 10 and features Acer's abApps ecosystem.
By Nathan Eddy Freelance Writer, 8/4/2015
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Lockheed Open Sources Its Secret Weapon In Cyber Threat Detection
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark Reading
News
Internal tool at defense company is made available to security community at large.
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 8/4/2015
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A Lousy Database Can Doom Your Apps
Curtis Franklin Jr., Executive Editor, Technical Content
Commentary
Accounting, transaction, and even navigation applications are based on the same basic type of structured database that has underpinned enterprise applications for the last three decades or more. So why aren't we paying more attention to these databases?
By Curtis Franklin Jr. Executive Editor, Technical Content, 8/4/2015
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Dark Reading Launches Jobs Board
Tim Wilson, Editor in Chief, Dark Reading
Commentary
New feature will help hiring companies and security job seekers find each other online.
By Tim Wilson Editor in Chief, Dark Reading, 8/4/2015
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IBM Locks Up Cloud Processes With Patents
Charles Babcock, Editor at Large, Cloud
Commentary
IBM has received 1,200 patents on cloud computing over the last 18 months. Here's a sample of what Big Blue is patenting and why it's a concern.
By Charles Babcock Editor at Large, Cloud, 8/4/2015
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Beyond Windows 10: 6 Microsoft Releases To Watch
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, InformationWeek
News
After the global rollout of Windows 10, we look at what's coming up for Microsoft's new operating system and overall product lineup.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 8/4/2015
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Networking Career: How To Make It To The Big League
Lee Badman, Network Engineer & Wireless Technical Lead
Commentary
Networking pros who want to make the leap from a small shop to a big network environment can learn from how our newest network engineer got the job.
By Lee Badman Network Engineer & Wireless Technical Lead, 8/4/2015
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10 Leaders In Internet Of Things Infrastructure
Network Computing and Interop, Author
News
The Internet of Things needs a strong backbone for the many billions of connected devices and apps most prognosticators expect. Find out which companies are building the IoT behind the scenes.
By Kevin Casey , 8/4/2015
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Dark Reading Preps Week Of Show Coverage At Black Hat USA
Tim Wilson, Editor in Chief, Dark Reading
Commentary
If you want to know what's happening in Las Vegas this week at Black Hat, Dark Reading's got the scoop.
By Tim Wilson Editor in Chief, Dark Reading, 8/3/2015
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Hitchhiking Robot Dismembered
Thomas Claburn, Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility
News
The friendly hitchBOT met a grisly end in Philadelphia. That tells you all you need to know about human-AI interactions.
By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 8/3/2015
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Amazon Alexa Voice Service Open To More Developers
Larry Loeb, Blogger, Informationweek
News
Amazon is looking to open its Alexa voice service to more developers and offering $100 million to get the service off the ground.
By Larry Loeb Blogger, Informationweek, 8/3/2015
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Adopting Cloud Is No Longer An Advantage, HBR Finds
Charles Babcock, Editor at Large, Cloud
News
The analytics unit of Harvard Business Review concludes that since everybody is doing it, less advantage is found in moving to cloud.
By Charles Babcock Editor at Large, Cloud, 8/3/2015
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Cumulus Offers Free Open Networking Tool
Marcia Savage, Managing Editor, Network Computing
News
The startup's virtual appliance is designed to give networking pros an easy way to test its software for white-box switches.
By Marcia Savage Managing Editor, Network Computing, 8/3/2015
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Web Attacks Employing Upgraded Crimeware Kit Hit 1.5 Million Users
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark Reading
News
RIG 3.0 used to infect millions of Internet Explorer (IE) users worldwide -- mostly via malvertising.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Executive Editor at Dark Reading, 8/3/2015
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Apple Prepping Siri-Powered Voicemail Transcriptions
Eric Zeman,
News
The service would transcribe incoming voicemail into messages for easier consumption.
By Eric Zeman , 8/3/2015
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