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Hyperconvergence: Helping IT Move The Needle
Susan Fogarty, Editor in Chief
News
Hyperconverged infrastructure provides enterprises with flexibility and ease of use that can allow them to break from old IT practices.
By Susan Fogarty Editor in Chief, 5/4/2015
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Nordstrom VP: Take Emotion Out Of Agile Transformation
Chris Murphy, Editor, InformationWeek
Commentary
Mapping each step of a dev process can make the transformation more fact-based. It might look like micromanagement, but Nordstrom's Courtney Kissler calls it "honoring reality."
By Chris Murphy Editor, InformationWeek, 5/4/2015
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5 GHz Is Finally Mainstream
Lee Badman, Network Engineer & Wireless Technical Lead
Commentary
The Wi-Fi Alliance's new report shows widespread use of the 5 GHz spectrum by WiFi devices, but it shouldn't have taken this long. The alliance could have done more to speed 5 GHz adoption.
By Lee Badman Network Engineer & Wireless Technical Lead, 5/4/2015
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6 Ways To Master The Data-Driven Enterprise
Lisa Morgan, Freelance Writer
News
Data-driven companies share characteristics that enable them to achieve more with their data than others in their industries. We reveal what separates the masters from the wannabes.
By Lisa Morgan Freelance Writer, 5/4/2015
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Best Ways to Celebrate May the Fourth Be With You
David Wagner, Executive Editor, Community & IT Life
Commentary
The geek holiday May the Fourth Be With You is coming up. Here's some creative ways to enjoy the holiday.
By David Wagner Executive Editor, Community & IT Life, 5/3/2015
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Laptops For Business: 8 Worth Buying
Andrew Froehlich, President & Lead Network Architect, West Gate Networks
News
Among the advances you'll find in this year's crop of notebook computers are: Fast-charging battery systems; ultra-thin, ultra-light form factors; new interfaces; and hybrid devices that transform easily between tablet and laptop.
By Andrew Froehlich President & Lead Network Architect, West Gate Networks, 5/3/2015
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Windows 10 Updates, Edge Browser: Microsoft Roundup
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, InformationWeek
News
Microsoft updated its eager customer base with more details on Windows 10, its new Edge Browser, Hololens, and more during its 2015 Build conference.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 5/2/2015
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Tesla Energy: Changing How Businesses, Homes Use Power
Thomas Claburn, Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility
News
Founder Elon Musk is leading the electric-car pioneer into the energy infrastructure business. Amazon and Target are among those with pilot projects in the works.
By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 5/2/2015
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Apple Watch And A Tattoo? We Have Some Alternatives
David Wagner, Executive Editor, Community & IT Life
Commentary
The Apple Watch heart monitor might not work if you have a tattoo on your wrist. Here are some things we suggest to hipsters with this problem.
By David Wagner Executive Editor, Community & IT Life, 5/2/2015
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Nine Years Later, IT Security Is Even More Important To Business
Tim Wilson, Editor in Chief, Dark Reading
Commentary
As Dark Reading celebrates its ninth year of publication, the security industry prepares for its next round of evolution.
By Tim Wilson Editor in Chief, Dark Reading, 5/1/2015
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IBM, Apple Partner On iPads For Elderly In Japan
Nathan Eddy, Freelance Writer
News
With Japan's steadily climbing percentage of elderly residents, IBM, Apple, and their Japanese partners are combining their efforts to serve an aging population.
By Nathan Eddy Freelance Writer, 5/1/2015
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Apple Watch Parts Not So Pricey
Eric Zeman,
News
A breakdown of the Apple Watch components shows the bill of materials could be as low as $81.20 -- far less than the $349 retail price.
By Eric Zeman , 5/1/2015
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Remember The Restroom When Deploying Wireless
Thomas Claburn, Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility
News
One lesson learned at Houston Methodist Hospital about going wireless: If the CEO can't get access in the can, it's a bad day.
By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 5/1/2015
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Mobile App Dev: Like Shipping Software On Floppy Discs
Chris Murphy, Editor, InformationWeek
Commentary
Gilt Groupe, the high-fasion online retailer, shares some of the creative ways it handles the development challenges unique to mobile, now that mobile apps are becoming 'legacy' code.
By Chris Murphy Editor, InformationWeek, 5/1/2015
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Applying SDN To Education
Marcia Savage, Managing Editor, Network Computing
News
At Interop, a networking expert outlines ways primary schools and colleges can use software-defined networking to streamline network management.
By Marcia Savage Managing Editor, Network Computing, 5/1/2015
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Salesforce Deal: Who Could Buy It?
William Terdoslavich, Freelance Writer
Commentary
A report sparked widespread speculation about the future of Salesforce. Is it ripe for acquisition, and, if so, which tech giant might buy it?
By William Terdoslavich Freelance Writer, 5/1/2015
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CareerBuilder Attack Sends Malware-Rigged Resumes To Businesses
Jai Vijayan, Freelance writer
News
Attack displays 'simple elegance and brilliance,' security researcher say.
By Jai Vijayan Freelance writer, 4/30/2015
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Windows 10, HoloLens: 7 Things We Learned From Microsoft Build
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, InformationWeek
News
Windows 10 will host iOS and Android apps, turn mobile phones into PCs, and come equipped with a newly named Microsoft Edge browser.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 4/30/2015
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Breaking The Security Fail Cycle
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark Reading
News
How security teams are evolving in the face of today's threats.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Executive Editor at Dark Reading, 4/30/2015
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Harper Reed: Innovation Is Worthless
Thomas Claburn, Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility
News
During his Interop keynote, Harper Reed quotes Kanye West for product development advice.
By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 4/30/2015
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