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Android Heartbleed Alert: 150 Million Apps Still Vulnerable
Mathew J. Schwartz,
News
Android developers are starting to patch OpenSSL flaws. Meanwhile, Apple ships an SSL fix for iOS and OS X.
By Mathew J. Schwartz , 4/23/2014
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Healthcare IT: Public Sector Gains Momentum
Michael S. Weiner, DO MSM MSIST, Director, Healthcare Strategic Services, IBM
Commentary
Government health IT leaders are working more closely with the private sector and making greater use of commercial off-the-shelf technology to improve the quality, delivery, and interoperability of services.
By Michael S. Weiner DO MSM MSIST, Director, Healthcare Strategic Services, IBM, 4/23/2014
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Postal Unit Scraps Big Iron For Virtualization
Richard W. Walker,
News
US Postal Service wanted to virtualize its systems for auditors working in the field but didn't have room for added storage. It found the answer in a specialized appliance.
By Richard W. Walker , 4/23/2014
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IBM Unveils Power8 Chip As Open Hardware
Charles Babcock, Editor At Large, InformationWeek
News
Google and other OpenPower Foundation partners express interest in IBM's Power8 chip designs and server motherboard specs.
By Charles Babcock Editor At Large, InformationWeek , 4/23/2014
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OnePlus One: Premium Features, Entry-Level Price
Eric Zeman,
News
Chinese startup OnePlus targets would-be Galaxy S5 and HTC One buyers with inexpensive smartphone.
By Eric Zeman , 4/23/2014
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Workplace Data Privacy Vs. Security: The New Balance
David Melnick, Founder & CEO, WebLife Balance
Commentary
Is it time to rethink the traditional lock-down approach to employee use of corporate networks at work?
By David Melnick Founder & CEO, WebLife Balance, 4/23/2014
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Supreme Court Debates Aereo's Fate
Thomas Claburn, Editor-at-Large
News
Justices seemed to be looking for a way ban Aereo without causing collateral damage to cloud computing.
By Thomas Claburn Editor-at-Large, 4/23/2014
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IT Control Is An Illusion
Jonathan Feldman, CIO, City of Asheville, NC
Commentary
With all due respect to GM's Randy Mott, doing most IT work in-house and outside the cloud isn't a winning strategy.
By Jonathan Feldman CIO, City of Asheville, NC, 4/23/2014
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Data Governance Required For Healthcare Data Warehouse
Alison Diana, Senior Editor
News
Before implementing its ambitious data warehouse, OhioHealth focused on data governance to ensure data is accurate, clean, and usable.
By Alison Diana Senior Editor, 4/23/2014
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Genomics Startup Learns From 23andme's Troubles
David F Carr, Editor, InformationWeek Healthcare
News
BaseHealth's Genophen service wants to reach consumers (through their doctors) with strategies for "modifiable risks" -- a more FDA-friendly approach.
By David F Carr Editor, InformationWeek Healthcare, 4/23/2014
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SDN & The Programming Pushback
Andrew Conry Murray, Director of Content & Community, Interop
Commentary
There’s growing pushback against the idea that network engineers must become programmers in an SDN world.
By Andrew Conry Murray Director of Content & Community, Interop, 4/23/2014
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DevOps: Ingredients For The Best Recipe
James Kenigsberg, CTO, 2U
Commentary
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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