Windows 10: 5 Key Features For Business
HR Analytics Gives Alabama Firm Better Insight
Tim Cook: Customers, Not Companies, Should Control Their Data
Couchbase Bets On Standard NoSQL Query Language
Get A Raise: 11 Do's And Don'ts For IT Pros
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Chromebook Vs. Chromebook: Measuring Acer's C910, C740
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, InformationWeek
News
The massive Chromebook 15 C910 dominates in size and processing power, but the smaller C740 wins for on-the-go productivity.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 6/3/2015
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HR Analytics Gives Alabama Firm Better Insight
Curtis Franklin Jr., Executive Editor, Technical Content
Commentary
The HR analytics field is getting crowded. Here's how the chief HR officer at an Alabama company chose one solution and gained better insight over the business.
By Curtis Franklin Jr. Executive Editor, Technical Content, 6/3/2015
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'Adversary Intelligence' Finds Criminals Not As Smart As Their Code
InformationWeek,
News
The adversary using the stealthy Rombertik malware, wasn't nearly as stealthy. ThreatConnect tracked him down.
By InformationWeek , 6/3/2015
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Intel Unveils Core, Xeon Chips
R. Colin Johnson,
News
At the Computex show this week, Intel showed off souped-up Xeon and Core chips that address the needs of both high-end servers and consumer PCs.
By R. Colin Johnson , 6/3/2015
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Fitness Bands Lead Wearables During First Quarter
Eric Zeman,
Commentary
Smartwatches account for only one quarter of wearables shipped during the first three months of the year, according to IDC. Can the Apple Watch change that?
By Eric Zeman , 6/3/2015
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Tim Cook: Customers, Not Companies, Should Control Their Data
Nathan Eddy, Freelance Writer
News
Apple CEO Tim Cook told a crowd that consumer data should be theirs to keep and not used to make businesses money. He targeted Google and Facebook without mentioning them.
By Nathan Eddy Freelance Writer, 6/3/2015
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Couchbase Bets On Standard NoSQL Query Language
Charles Babcock, Editor at Large, Cloud
News
With N1QL, Couchbase aims to do for NoSQL what SQL did for relational databases: create a standard query language that works across NoSQL systems. Bonus: it's SQL-compatible.
By Charles Babcock Editor at Large, Cloud, 6/3/2015
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Apple Watch Pays For Itself
Thomas Claburn, Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility
Commentary
Or the Apple Watch would if time were truly money.
By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 6/3/2015
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Where DevOps Meets The Network
Lori MacVittie,
Commentary
Network architects and operators need to work with application developers and operators to achieve optimal application performance.
By Lori MacVittie , 6/3/2015
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IT Life Radio: Get Rid of Annual Reviews
David Wagner, Executive Editor, Community & IT Life
Commentary
Tune in to hear a better way of providing managerial feedback.
By David Wagner Executive Editor, Community & IT Life, 6/3/2015
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Google Play Ban Challenged By App Maker Disconnect
Thomas Claburn, Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility
News
The dispute raises an important question for individuals and businesses: Who controls the software on mobile devices?
By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 6/3/2015
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Windows 10: 5 Key Features For Business
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, InformationWeek
News
With Windows 10 fast approaching, we spotlight five features that will change the enterprise user experience.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 6/3/2015
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IoT Devices Hosted On Vulnerable Clouds In 'Bad Neighborhoods'
Sara Peters, Senior Editor at Dark Reading
News
OpenDNS report finds that organizations may be more susceptible to Internet of Things devices than they realize.
By Sara Peters Senior Editor at Dark Reading, 6/2/2015
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Apple's HomeKit Is An Innovation Killer
David Wagner, Executive Editor, Community & IT Life
Commentary
Apple's HomeKit will improve Apple's hold on a lot of things, but it won't improve your home in the long run.
By David Wagner Executive Editor, Community & IT Life, 6/2/2015
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Get A Raise: 11 Do's And Don'ts For IT Pros
Kevin Casey,
News
Want to beef up your paycheck? There's more to it than asking for the money.
By Kevin Casey , 6/2/2015
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Samsung Galaxy S6 Sales Fail To Break Records
Eric Zeman,
Commentary
Combined sales of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge surpassed those of last year's Galaxy S5, but are hardly setting any records for Samsung.
By Eric Zeman , 6/2/2015
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Microsoft Buys Wunderlist App, Targets Mobile Productivity
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, InformationWeek
News
The startup behind to-do app Wunderlist could prove an asset to Microsoft's mobile strategy.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 6/2/2015
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Cloud Market Finds A Home In Michigan County
Curtis Franklin Jr., Executive Editor, Technical Content
Commentary
Oakland County, Mich., has been providing services to towns for years. Now it's expanding its services through a new government cloud marketplace.
By Curtis Franklin Jr. Executive Editor, Technical Content, 6/2/2015
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MongoDB Gets SQL-Reporting Capability
Charles Babcock, Editor at Large, Cloud
News
MongoDB, the popular unstructured document database, will soon work with SQL queries to report on what's in the system. Data encryption also coming.
By Charles Babcock Editor at Large, Cloud, 6/2/2015
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Shaping A Better Future For Software Security
Kevin E. Greene, Software Assurance Program Manager, Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate
Commentary
Industry and government leaders discuss ways to improve practices, awareness and education around secure software development. Here’s a recap of what you missed.
By Kevin E. Greene Software Assurance Program Manager, Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate, 6/2/2015
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