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DevOps: Ingredients For The Best Recipe
James Kenigsberg, CTO, 2U
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Here's what one company learned by using the DevOps methodology to create a sense of shared responsibility across teams.
By James Kenigsberg CTO, 2U, 4/22/2014
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Windows 8 Start Menu Coming This Fall?
Michael Endler, Associate Editor, InformationWeek.com
News
Microsoft may restore the Start menu to Windows 8 and launch a cloud-based version of the OS by this fall.
By Michael Endler Associate Editor, InformationWeek.com, 4/22/2014
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Michaels Data Breach Response: 7 Facts
Mathew J. Schwartz,
News
Could the retailer have done more to spot the eight-month intrusion in the first place?
By Mathew J. Schwartz , 4/22/2014
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Bots Attack US Mainly During Dinnertime
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Senior Editor, Dark Reading
Commentary
Most bot-infected machines hail from the US and wage attacks there between 6 and 9 p.m. Eastern Time, new report finds.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Senior Editor, Dark Reading, 4/22/2014
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Samsung Attacks In Patent Case
Magnus Thordarson,
News
Samsung's case against Apple begins; patent infringement complaint against Apple centers on smartphone technology for image storage, video capture, compression, and transmission across devices.
By Magnus Thordarson , 4/22/2014
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Google Project Tango Helps NASA Robots Fly
Kevin Fogarty, Technology Writer
News
Google's experimental, 3D-navigating Project Tango will form the brains of NASA's SPHERES robots.
By Kevin Fogarty Technology Writer, 4/22/2014
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LG, Sony Disclose Smartwatch Details
Eric Zeman,
News
LG offers more info about its upcoming Android Wear device, while Sony launches new colors and talks apps.
By Eric Zeman , 4/22/2014
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7 Tips To Improve 'Signal-to-Noise' In The SOC
Joshua Goldfarb, CSO, nPulse Technologies
Commentary
When security analysts are desensitized to alerts because of sheer volume, they miss the true positives that can prevent a large-scale data breach. Here's how to up your game.
By Joshua Goldfarb CSO, nPulse Technologies, 4/22/2014
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Contacting Congress Just Got Easier
Elena Malykhina, Technology Journalist
News
Electronic Frontier Foundation and more than 100 volunteer developers are working on a tool that pairs public domain data with free software interfaces.
By Elena Malykhina Technology Journalist, 4/22/2014
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Red Hat Containers OS-Centric: No Accident
Charles Babcock, Editor At Large, InformationWeek
Commentary
Red Hat's critics say containers are the wrong idea, and too focused on the operating system. I say maybe Red Hat knows a thing or two about pleasing developers.
By Charles Babcock Editor At Large, InformationWeek , 4/22/2014
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EHR Jobs Boom: 8 Hot Health IT Roles
Alison Diana, Senior Editor
News
Electronic health records have fueled a growing career specialty. Consider these in-demand health IT jobs.
By Alison Diana Senior Editor, 4/22/2014
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ADP Touts New Talent War Weapon
Doug Henschen, Executive Editor, InformationWeek
News
ADP adds compensation management to its cloud-based Workforce Now app for midsized firms. Are pay-for-performance cultures crucial as Baby Boomers retire?
By Doug Henschen Executive Editor, InformationWeek, 4/22/2014
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Fight Software Piracy With SaaS
Andrew Froehlich, President & Lead Network Architect, West Gate Networks
Commentary
SaaS makes application deployment easy and effective. It could eliminate software piracy once and for all.
By Andrew Froehlich President & Lead Network Architect, West Gate Networks, 4/22/2014
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Big Switch, Avaya, IBM, VMware: SDN Strategies
Kurt Marko, Contributing Editor
News
Part 4 in our series comparing vendors' SDN approaches.
By Kurt Marko Contributing Editor, 4/22/2014
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Cyber Espionage Incidents Triple: Verizon Report
William Jackson, Technology Writer
News
As cyber espionage grows quickly, government agencies become the No. 1 target, finds 2014 Data Breach Investigations Report.
By William Jackson Technology Writer, 4/22/2014
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Microsoft Bing Enters Prediction Business
Michael Endler, Associate Editor, InformationWeek.com
News
Microsoft claims Bing can predict the future, but it is starting out with soft questions like who will win The Voice.
By Michael Endler Associate Editor, InformationWeek.com, 4/22/2014
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Health Systems First To Combine Radiology, EHR
David F Carr, Editor, InformationWeek Healthcare
News
The shared pediatric diagnostic imaging system that Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and New Jersey's Virtua have created goes beyond conventional health information exchange.
By David F Carr Editor, InformationWeek Healthcare, 4/22/2014
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Sensitive Data: What Constitutes 'Reasonable Protection'?
Wyatt Kash, Editor, InformationWeek Government
Commentary
NIST's Cybersecurity Framework takes on new context for industry execs in light of FTC lawsuit against the Wyndham hotel chain over data security lapses.
By Wyatt Kash Editor, InformationWeek Government, 4/22/2014
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Doctors Doping: What Can Tech Do?
Alison Diana, Senior Editor
Commentary
It's estimated 100,000 healthcare professionals abuse prescription drugs, endangering patients and hospitals. Video, bar coding, and even robots could bring the number down.
By Alison Diana Senior Editor, 4/22/2014
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Mainframe Eulogy: Why We Put Gertrude Down
Howard Anderson, Professor, MIT
Commentary
Intrepid CIO Stu Laura mourns the death of Big Iron as he embraces the cloud religion.
By Howard Anderson Professor, MIT, 4/22/2014
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