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Hacking Back: Two Wrongs Don’t Make A Right
Anthony Di Bello, Director, Security Practice, Guidance Software
Commentary
Here’s the critical issue: Do you want to risk engaging your company in an ego-fueled war of revenge, or do you want to cut the bad guys off at the pass?
By Anthony Di Bello Director, Security Practice, Guidance Software, 3/30/2015
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Oracle HCM Cloud Adds Social, Mobile Learning Option
Doug Henschen, Executive Editor, Enterprise Apps
News
Oracle has plenty of options for training, but Oracle Learning Cloud follows SAP, IBM into social, mobile learning management for the YouTube generation.
By Doug Henschen Executive Editor, Enterprise Apps, 3/30/2015
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7 Bugs, Breaches, & Compromises To Rock 2015 (So Far)
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark Reading
News
The year's started off with a bang; will we hear risk management pros whimper?
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 3/30/2015
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Security Breaches Keep Network Teams Busy
Marcia Savage, Managing Editor, Network Computing
News
Network Instruments study shows that network engineers are spending more of their day responding to breaches and deploying security controls.
By Marcia Savage Managing Editor, Network Computing, 3/30/2015
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Microsoft Azure Services Power Ziosk Dining Experience
Doug Henschen, Executive Editor, Enterprise Apps
News
Microsoft HDInsight and Azure ML help Ziosk gain dining insights from more than 77,000 table-top tablets deployed at Chili's and other restaurants.
By Doug Henschen Executive Editor, Enterprise Apps, 3/30/2015
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SDS & Hyperconvergence: Sense & Nonsense
Howard Marks, Network Computing Blogger
Commentary
Howard Marks uncovers the meaning behind software-defined storage, how hyperconvergence fits in, and where these technologies make sense -- and don't.
By Howard Marks , 3/30/2015
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Big Data Certifications: Finding The One That Works For You
InformationWeek Staff,
News
We can’t tell you which big data certification programs to choose — that depends on a number of variables in your personal IT career goals and work situation. What we can do is provide you with a selected list of the vendor certifications available.
By InformationWeek Staff , 3/30/2015
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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: Night At The Museum
Thomas Claburn, Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility
News
We took our review model for a whirl at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. It's a great mobile phone, weighed down by unwanted apps.
By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 3/29/2015
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Facebook VR: 10 Reasons It Won't Work Out
David Wagner, Executive Editor, Community & IT Life
Commentary
Virtual reality sounds great, but Facebook and VR aren't necessarily a great pairing.
By David Wagner Executive Editor, Community & IT Life, 3/29/2015
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iPhone 6C With 4-Inch Display? Expert Says No
Nathan Eddy, Graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism
Commentary
This week, the Apple rumor mill started to churn with talk of three different iPhone 6 series devices, including a 4-inch iPhone 6C. However, a smaller iPhone doesn't seem to jive with the company's plans.
By Nathan Eddy Graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, 3/29/2015
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Robot Room Service Delivers The Goods
Thomas Claburn, Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility
News
If you welcome your new robot overlords, they may bring you toiletries.
By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 3/28/2015
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Windows 10 Mobile Payments, LiveLoop Acquisition: Microsoft Review
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, InformationWeek
News
Reports of Microsoft acquisitions and partnerships surface amidst updates on Internet Explorer, Project Spartan, and Windows 10.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 3/28/2015
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Smartphones Make Some Of Us Lazy Thinkers
David Wagner, Executive Editor, Community & IT Life
Commentary
We've often thought that smartphones made us dumb, but new studies show it is more complicated than that. They make us lazy more than dumb.
By David Wagner Executive Editor, Community & IT Life, 3/27/2015
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Hotel Router Vulnerability A Reminder Of Untrusted WiFi Risks
Jai Vijayan, Freelance writer
News
A flaw in a popular router product may have exposed millions of hotel guests, researchers from Cylance say.
By Jai Vijayan Freelance writer, 3/27/2015
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Samsung Galaxy S6 Vs. HTC M9: Which One Is Right For You?
Eric Zeman,
Commentary
Are you on the fence between the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the HTC One M9? This InformationWeek guide will help you pick the better of the two smartphones.
By Eric Zeman , 3/27/2015
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Apache Spark: 3 Promising Use-Cases
James Kobielus,
Commentary
Spark is the shiny new thing in big data, but how will it stand out? Here's a look at "fog computing," cloud computing, and streaming data-analysis scenarios.
By James Kobielus , 3/27/2015
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Drone Initiative Saves Elephants From Poaching
Lee Badman, Network Engineer & Wireless Technical Lead
Commentary
Air Shepard pairs drone operators with supercomputing resources to combat organized criminals who slaughter elephants and rhinos in Africa for their tusks and horns.
By Lee Badman Network Engineer & Wireless Technical Lead, 3/27/2015
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HP's Helion Rack Aimed At Private OpenStack Builders
Charles Babcock, Editor at Large, Cloud
News
HP launches a pre-configured OpenStack rack with the platform-as-a-service, Cloud Foundry, bundled in.
By Charles Babcock Editor at Large, Cloud, 3/27/2015
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IoT Revolution: Is The Enterprise Ready?
Susan Fourtané, Science & Technology journalist, writer, and philosopher
Commentary
In the connected future, the Internet of Things is expected to play a huge role in everyday life. Are enterprises ready to handle IoT, and what does it mean for security?
By Susan Fourtané Science & Technology journalist, writer, and philosopher, 3/27/2015
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SDN Interest Shifts Toward The WAN
Dr. Jim Metzler, Founder & Vice President, Ashton, Metzler & Associates
Commentary
Software-defined networking improves network utilization and efficiency, and as the technology matures, enterprises are looking to apply those benefits to their WAN and campus networks.
By Dr. Jim Metzler Founder & Vice President, Ashton, Metzler & Associates, 3/27/2015
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