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  • A Waste of Technology

    Baselinemag - RSS Feed
    27 Aug 2015 | 2:00 am
    Waste management and recycling are incredibly inefficient systems run with 20th century technology. It's clear that better technology must come to the rescue.
  • Big Data in the Cloud - How Secure is Our Data?

    The Latest Content - Techopedia.com
    25 Aug 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Greater volumes of big data are being stored in the cloud every day, but how safe is that data? We examine threats and methods of countering them.
  • Fantasy Football Service Scores Big With Watson

    Baselinemag - RSS Feed
    26 Aug 2015 | 2:15 am
    Edge Up Sports, an upstart fantasy football information provider, turns to the Watson cognitive computing platform to help users gain a competitive edge.
  • Why Moving To The Cloud Might Be A Bad Idea For A CIO

    The Accidental Successful CIO
    drjim
    5 Aug 2015 | 2:00 am
    Moving to the cloud is not always the right decision Image Credit: Melinda Swinford If you’ve taken the time to read any of the IT trade rags in the past year or so, you’ve seen a story that tells you how wonderful “the cloud” is and how it has become a key part of the importance of information technology. In fact, if you’ve read enough of these articles, you may be thinking that you are a bit behind the times – your company should be moving more of its applications into the cloud faster. However, it turns out that a number of companies are not making this…
  • Top 10 Mind-Blowing Technological Inventions of 2015

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    27 Aug 2015 | 7:10 pm
    Here are the top 10 technological inventions of the year 2015. Magic Leap The Magic Leap uses head mounted optical illusion technology that displays 3D computer-generated imagery over objects, by projecting a digital light field into the user’s eye.Inventions like these make the reality we live in more majestic. Project Loon Google X is striving […]
 
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  • Game you way to a new language with Duolingo

    Jesmond Darmanin
    17 Aug 2015 | 8:03 am
    Ever wanted to learn an new language but found lessons boring or couldn’t afford the software? Duolingo has the answer. Duolingo is a free language learning tool that teaches you one of a number of languages. Right now you can learn Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Irish, Danish, Swedish, Esperanto, Turkish, Norwegian and Ukrainian. More languages are planned for the future. What began as a way for Central and Southern Americans to learn English to improve their lives rapidly expanded to enable any of us, anywhere, to learn to speak another language. It is a very…
  • Windows 10 Available as a FREE Upgrade On 29th July

    Jesmond Darmanin
    1 Jun 2015 | 6:37 am
    Today Microsoft announced that Windows 10 will be available as from 29th July in 190 countries. Windows 10 will help people be more productive and have more fun, with a personal and natural experience that works across all their devices. Familiar, yet better than ever, Windows 10 will deliver ongoing feature innovations and security updates. Windows 10 will be available as a free upgrade to people using Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 using * enabling hundreds of millions of people around the world to upgrade to Windows 10 for free. “Windows 10 is a new generation of Windows designed to empower…
  • GO launches superfast 500Mbps internet

    Jesmond Darmanin
    30 May 2015 | 12:43 pm
    Following the recent launch of GO fibre, the Company has now launched a new 500Mbps superfast internet plan. The new GO 500Mbps plan, which includes Limitless monthly download and upload usage, will transform the customer experience of using the internet. With a download speed of 500Mbps and an upload speed of 20Mbps, customers will now be able to run multiple internet devices at home simultaneously and download or upload large volumes of data in seconds. Kurt Camilleri, GO’s Chief Commercial Officer, said, “GO’s Fibre-To-The-Home project is a real game changer. Having a fibre optic…
  • GO invites public to experience the internet of the future 

    Jesmond Darmanin
    7 May 2015 | 1:47 pm
    6 May 2015: Following the recent announcement of a €50 million plus investment in Fibre-To-The-Home (FTTH) Internet, GO is inviting the public to experience the superfast Internet world of the future, including the opportunity to try out the much talked about Oculus Rift virtual reality headset. Over the next four Saturdays, starting 9 May, a special stand will be open at The Point shopping complex in Sliema. In addition to the Oculus Rift, the stand will also showcase Ultra High Definition TV and other Internet powered devices which will become common household items with the roll out of…
  • Android urinating on the Apple logo in Google Maps!

    Jesmond Darmanin
    24 Apr 2015 | 5:42 am
    Google and Apple have always had their differences, but a new Easter egg inside Google Maps has just taken their rivalry to a whole new level. As spotted by Team Android, if you head to these coordinates with the regular Map view enabled, you’ll see Google’s iconic Android mascot taking a leak on the Apple logo. At the moment, it’s unclear who created this little piece of mischief and whether Google is even aware of its existence. It could have been made by a renegade Google employee, or a member of the public using a crowdsourced mapping tool like Map Maker. Regardless,…
 
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    IT Management & Trends Blogs

  • ERP Failure? Five Ways to Build a Successful Case in an ERP Lawsuit

    27 Aug 2015 | 4:30 am
    ?Worst case scenario.? Those are never the words you want to hear when starting a new ERP implementation. However, based on how many system integrators and implementing organizations run their initiatives, these implementations too often lead to moderate or extreme failure.
  • ERP Failure? Five Ways to Build a Successful Case in an ERP Lawsuit

    27 Aug 2015 | 4:30 am
    ?Worst case scenario.? Those are never the words you want to hear when starting a new ERP implementation. However, based on how many system integrators and implementing organizations run their initiatives, these implementations too often lead to moderate or extreme failure.
  • Refocusing and Re-purposing your career or business

    26 Aug 2015 | 6:28 am
    Getting personal
  • Do you see what I see continues

    26 Aug 2015 | 3:47 am
    In the previous posting titled "Do you see what I see" I blathered on about how us carbon based wetware entities sense the surrounding environment. I used sight as one example although I am pretty sure (what looks out at me in the morning mirror is definitely not pretty :) ) that all the other senses follow a similar
  • Do you see what I see?

    25 Aug 2015 | 1:11 am
    In a previous post it was brought up in the comments some interesting points about sensory input for artificial intelligence. This caused me to think (Yes, yes I know. It's hard for me to do) about sensory input in general. For example, is the image you are seeing the same as the image I'm seeing?   I'll start off talking about the bipedal humanoid wetware we are most familiar
 
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    Computer Security News

  • Huddersfield teen among six arrested over cyber attack by notorious hacking group

    28 Aug 2015 | 6:20 am
    Six teenagers, including an 18-year-old from West Yorkshire, have been arrested on suspicion of launching cyber attacks using a service created by a notorious hacking group which previously targeted Xbox and PlayStation networks. The male suspects, who are aged between 15 and 18, were held during an operation targeting alleged users of a tool known as Lizard Stresser.
  • Ashley Madison Breach Spawns Malicious Spammers

    28 Aug 2015 | 3:07 am
    It didn't take long for spammers to tap into the fear associated with the Ashley Madison breach -- a breach some security researchers argue could have been prevented. AppRiver, an e-mail and Web security firm, is reporting spammers are leveraging the data leak for nefarious purposes.
  • Most Healthcare Managers Admit Their IT Systems Have Been Compromised

    27 Aug 2015 | 11:58 pm
    Lucas123 writes: Eighty-one percent of healthcare IT managers say their organizations have been compromised by at least one malware, botnet or other kind of cyber attack during the past two years, and only half of those managers feel that they are adequately prepared to prevent future attacks, according to a new survey by KPMG . The KPMG survey polled 223 CIOs, CTOs, chief security officers and chief compliance officers at healthcare providers and health plans, and found 65% indicated malware was most frequently reported line of attack during the past 12 to 24 months.
  • Another state audit reveals poor computer security

    27 Aug 2015 | 7:51 pm
    A decade after lawmakers consolidated state computer operations, a new audit says there is still much to do to resolve security weaknesses in the State Data Center. The audit was released Tuesday by the secretary of state.
  • Gizmodo writer Annalee Newitz analyzes the hacked data

    27 Aug 2015 | 3:44 pm
    Gizmodo writer Annalee Newitz had seen hackers' claims that thousands of female user profiles on infidelity site Ashley Madison were fake, with some news stories claiming as few as 5% of the site's 5.5 million registered female users were real. So she decided to comb through the leaked data herself to find out.
 
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  • Labs cited for 'serious' security failures in research with bioterror germs - USA TODAY

    28 Aug 2015 | 1:17 pm
    USA TODAYLabs cited for 'serious' security failures in research with bioterror germsUSA TODAYAmid concerns about the potential of a laboratory insider unleashing a deadly bioterror pathogen on the public, President Obama ordered greater scrutiny of workers with access to the riskiest microbes five years ago. The goal of the resulting
  • Wilson Security guards handcuffed asylum seeker boy on Nauru as a 'joke' - The Guardian

    28 Aug 2015 | 1:00 pm
    The GuardianWilson Security guards handcuffed asylum seeker boy on Nauru as a 'joke'The GuardianFour Wilson Security guards used a “cable tie” to handcuff an eight-year-old asylum seeker boy on Nauru as “a joke”, an apparent contradiction of Wilson's bosses who told the Senate the use of restraints is a “very rare” response used only after a
  • Survey Roundup: Cloud Security Risks of the Highly Privileged - Wall Street Journal (blog)

    28 Aug 2015 | 12:46 pm
    Wall Street Journal (blog)Survey Roundup: Cloud Security Risks of the Highly PrivilegedWall Street Journal (blog)Fearing the 1%: A report from cybersecurity services firm CloudLock that analyzed user behavior in the cloud found 1% of the employees in any organization account for 75% of the security risk to that organization because of their poor cybersecurity habits.
  • Homeland Security Purchase Cards Hacked, Used to Buy Starbucks - NBC4 Washington

    28 Aug 2015 | 12:14 pm
    Homeland Security Purchase Cards Hacked, Used to Buy StarbucksNBC4 WashingtonSecure information on U.S. Department of Homeland Security purchase cards was compromised and used to purchase Starbucks coffee drinks, according to a government investigation launched because of a News4 I-Team report in 2014.
  • US agency to seek consensus on divisive, volatile topic of security ... - PCWorld

    28 Aug 2015 | 11:24 am
    PCWorldUS agency to seek consensus on divisive, volatile topic of security PCWorldA U.S. agency hopes to gather security researchers, software vendors and other interested people to reach consensus on the sticky topic of how to disclose cybersecurity vulnerabilities. Beginning in September, the U.S. National Telecommunications and ...and more »
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    Oracle Bloggers

  • A New Approach to Recruiting: Create a Haystack of Needles

    nserapio-Oracle
    28 Aug 2015 | 10:26 am
    By Joachim Skura It's time for businesses to take recruiting into their own hands because the rewards for doing so can be huge For many years, proactive in-house recruitment efforts have been looked down upon in recruitment circles. The internal recruitment role within companies has been partially eclipsed by the work of dedicated recruitment consultants and agencies, exacerbated by the fact that in-house HR teams have enough to do without having to seek out talent. As a result, responsibility for recruiting new employees has for many years been split between internal recruitment, advertising…
  • September 9: Desert Schools Federal Credit Union HCM Cloud Customer Forum

    Kathryn Perry-Oracle
    28 Aug 2015 | 10:07 am
    Join us for an Oracle HCM Cloud Customer Forum on Wednesday, September 9, 2015. Jennifer Godel, SVP and CHRO from Desert Schools Federal Credit Union will explain Desert Schools’ journey to the cloud. In short, the company needed to consolidate its many processes for managing HR activities and started looking for a modern, integrated, user-friendly HCM platform. That platform needed to: scale to accommodate the company’s continued growth and expansion help systematically drive individual performance and employee development plans enable employee self-service and information access…
  • Webcast: Ride the Digital Wave or be Swept Underneath It

    "Jim Lein, Oracle Midsize-Oracle"
    28 Aug 2015 | 9:48 am
    Digital disruption is changing business as we know it, yet many organizations think they'll get by on the same old strategies and technologies.  On Thursday, Sept 17 @10am PST, join Oracle and Ventana Research to learn how to stay on top of change and ahead of the competition. Ventana CEO Mark Smith will share findings from their recent study, exploring 7 digital technologies that are vital for growing companies.  Gain insights to help you:  Improve business performance with analytics identify new opportunities through Big Data Save time and money in the cloud Engage your…
  • Friday Spotlight: Announcing Weblogic 12.1.3 templates for Oracle VM Server for SPARC

    Jsavit-Oracle
    28 Aug 2015 | 8:39 am
    Oracle has made available the latest in our series of VM templates for Oracle VM Server for SPARC and Oracle Solaris. The newest templates let you get an installed and configured Weblogic 12.1.3 instance up and running quickly and with minimal effort. You can download instances for Oracle VM Server for SPARC and Oracle Solaris Zones here. These templates contain pre-installed Weblogic on Oracle Solaris 11.2, and are available in Open Virtual Appliance (OVA) .ova format for use with Oracle VM Server for SPARC, and in Unified Archive format for creating zones. VM Templates bring a…
  • Nouveau canal marketing : l'influenceur de marque.

    Nora Loulidi-Oracle
    28 Aug 2015 | 7:29 am
    Le web a vu naître de nouveaux canaux de conversion, du Dipslay, au Search : le marketing est devenu digital, si bien que le parcours client se numérise de plus en plus avec une grande tendance encore plus récente, celle de la recherche web de conseils, de tests, d’avis avancer de passer en caisse. Tout le monde pourra en témoigner, le web est aujourd’hui accaparé par les entreprises et leur volonté de se promouvoir. Néanmoins, cet engouement pour la publicité numérique a rendu la promotion très compliquée et en particulier lorsque les budgets n’évoluent pas avec les…
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    MySQL Performance Blog

  • Percona Toolkit 2.2.15 is now available

    Alexey Zhebel
    28 Aug 2015 | 10:30 am
    Percona is pleased to announce the availability of Percona Toolkit 2.2.15.  Released August 28, 2015. Percona Toolkit is a collection of advanced command-line tools to perform a variety of MySQL server and system tasks that are too difficult or complex for DBAs to perform manuallyPercona Toolkit, like all Percona software, is free and open source.This release is the current GA (Generally Available) stable release in the 2.2 series. It includes multiple bug fixes as well as continued preparation for MySQL 5.7 compatibility. Full details are below. Downloads are available here and from…
  • ObjectRocket’s David Murphy talks about MongoDB, Percona Live Amsterdam

    Tom Diederich
    26 Aug 2015 | 1:07 pm
    Say hello to David Murphy, lead DBA and MongoDB Master at ObjectRocket (a Rackspace company). David works on sharding, tool building, very large-scale issues and high-performance MongoDB architecture. Prior to ObjectRocket he was a MySQL/NoSQL architect at Electronic Arts. David enjoys large-scale operational tool building, high performance OS and database tuning. He is also a core code contributor to MongoDB. He’ll be speaking next month at Percona Live Amsterdam, which runs Sept. 21-13. Enter promo code “BlogInterview” at registration to save €20!Tom: David, your 3-hour…
  • Advanced Query Tuning in MySQL 5.6 and MySQL 5.7 Webinar: Q&A

    Alexander Rubin
    24 Aug 2015 | 7:16 am
    Thank you for attending my July 22 webinar titled “Advanced Query Tuning in MySQL 5.6 and 5.7” (my slides and a replay available here). As promised here is the list of questions and my answers (thank you for your great questions).Q: Here is the explain example:mysql> explain extended select id, site_id from test_index_id where site_id=1 *************************** 1. row *************************** id: 1 select_type: SIMPLE table: test_index_id type: ref possible_keys: key_site_id key: key_site_id key_len: 5 ref: const rows: 1 filtered: 100.00 Extra: Using where; Using indexwhy…
  • Find unused indexes on MongoDB and TokuMX

    Miguel Angel Nieto
    21 Aug 2015 | 8:33 am
    Finding and removing unused indexes is a pretty common technique to improve overall performance of relational databases. Less indexes means faster insert and updates but also less disk space used. The usual way to do it is to log all queries’ execution plans and then get a list of those indexes that are not used. Same theory applies to MongoDB and TokuMX so in this blog post I’m going to explain how to find those.Profiling in MongoDBTo understand what profiling is you only need to think about MySQL’s slow query log, it is basically the same idea. It can be enabled with the…
  • Optimizing PXC Xtrabackup State Snapshot Transfer

    Jay Janssen
    20 Aug 2015 | 8:38 am
    State Snapshot Transfer (SST) at a glancePXC uses a protocol called State Snapshot Transfer to provision a node joining an existing cluster with all the data it needs to synchronize.  This is analogous to cloning a slave in asynchronous replication:  you take a full backup of one node and copy it to the new one, while tracking the replication position of the backup.PXC automates this process using scriptable SST methods.  The most common of these methods is the xtrabackup-v2 method which is the default in PXC 5.6.  Xtrabackup generally is more favored over other SST methods because it is…
 
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    DaniWeb IT Discussion Community

  • how to add new item to list of items in XML

    Ali_51
    28 Aug 2015 | 11:57 am
    using System.Drawing; using System.Linq; using System.Text; using System.Threading.Tasks; using System.Windows.Forms; using System.IO; namespace Genesis_Solutions_CRMS { public partial class formNewAccount : Form { public formNewAccount() { InitializeComponent(); } private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { Information info = new Information(); info.Name = txtName.Text; info.Occupation = txtOccupation.Text; info.Dob = double.Parse(txtDob.Text.ToString()); info.Nic =…
  • error using GET function

    vampz
    28 Aug 2015 | 11:38 am
    <body> <?php if(trim($_GET["submit"])){ if($_GET["uname"]){ echo "your name is".$_GET['uname']; } else { echo"please enter your name"; } } ?> <form> <label for="uname">Name</label> <input type="text" name="uname" /> <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Submit" /> </form> </body> hello, i'm new to php watching some tuts and trying to learn...my proble is when i load this code in browser then first time i…
  • xpath fails to fetch all menu whose parent name appeared in sibling

    Osagie_1
    28 Aug 2015 | 11:16 am
    I have an xml structure : <Pages> <!--This is the root node--> <Home> <url>...</url> <menu> <item>Help</item> <item>About</item> <item>Contact</item> </menu> </Home> <Help> <url>...</url> <menu> <!--i need to select this if its parent(Help) is listed in Home/menu/item above--> <item>Business Help</item> <item>Web Help</item> <item>Tour…
  • xpath fails to fetch all menu whose parent name appeared in sibling

    Osagie_1
    28 Aug 2015 | 10:54 am
    I have an xml structure : <Home> <url>...</url> <menu> <item>Help</item> <item>About</item> <item>Contact</item> </menu> </Home> <Help> <url>...</url> <menu> <!--i need to select this if its parent(Help) is listed in Home/menu/item above--> <item>Business Help</item> <item>Web Help</item> <item>Tour Help</item> </menu> </Help> <About>…
  • Kitchen Cabinets Sale

    sonofgod9
    28 Aug 2015 | 9:23 am
    Kitchen Cabinets Sale. Thirty Ex Display Kitchens To Clear. www.exdisplaykitchens1.co.uk £ 595 Each with appliances.Tel 01616-694786 ---------- [url=http://www.kitchencabinets.uk.com]Kitchen Cabinets Sale[/url]
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    The State of Security

  • Full Investigation Threatened Against DD4BC Attack Group

    David Bisson
    28 Aug 2015 | 3:48 am
    A group of security researchers and law enforcement officials are threatening to launch a full investigation into the DDoS for Bitcoins (DD4BC) attack group if it continues to target banks. DD4BC is known for launching small- to mid-size DDoS attacks against its victims and threatening even larger, more prolonged attack campaigns unless they pay a […]… Read More The post Full Investigation Threatened Against DD4BC Attack Group appeared first on The State of Security.
  • Four Common Scenarios for Dormant Functionality in Malware

    David Bisson
    27 Aug 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Malware is continually evolving to meet the challenges posed by security researchers and antivirus software. Recently, malicious programs have begun to incorporate evasive behaviors, which include four of the most common anti-detection techniques: 1) environmental awareness, 2) confusing automated tools, 3) timing-based evasion, and 4) obfuscating internal data. The way in which malware integrates these […]… Read More The post Four Common Scenarios for Dormant Functionality in Malware appeared first on The State of Security.
  • Agora, the dark web’s biggest marketplace, shuts over Tor privacy fears

    Graham Cluley
    27 Aug 2015 | 4:39 am
    Where would the dark web be without Tor? Probably in the bright, uncomfortable spotlight of law enforcement if it doesn't find an alternative method of cloaking itself. The post Agora, the dark web’s biggest marketplace, shuts over Tor privacy fears appeared first on The State of Security.
  • FireEye Intern Pleads Guilty to Selling Dendroid Malware on Darkode

    David Bisson
    27 Aug 2015 | 3:47 am
    A former intern at FireEye has pleaded guilty to selling the Dendroid malware on the underground web forum Darkode. According to The Register, Morgan Culbertson, 20, of Pittsburgh recently pleaded guilty to his crimes before a Pittsburgh federal judge. “I committed the crime, so I am responsible,” Culbertson told Senior U.S. District Judge Maurice Cohill […]… Read More The post FireEye Intern Pleads Guilty to Selling Dendroid Malware on Darkode appeared first on The State of Security.
  • Exploiting the Social Media Security Conundrum

    Tripwire Guest Authors
    26 Aug 2015 | 8:01 pm
    It is 2015, and social media is everywhere. It is embedded in your smartphone, and its logos are printed on nearly every product packaging. A few years ago, having an online presence by way of a website for a company was enough. Today, consumers expect a company to have a presence on the App Store, […]… Read More The post Exploiting the Social Media Security Conundrum appeared first on The State of Security.
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    Phil Windley's Technometria

  • Asynchronous Boundaries and Back Pressure

    28 Aug 2015 | 10:57 am
    Summary: Non-blocking back pressume is a useful way to avoid common problems at the asynchronous boundary between autonomous agents. A significant component of reactive programming is asynchronous boundary between the message sender and receiver. The problem is that the receiver might not work as fast as the sender and thus fall behind. When this happens the sender can block (blocking), the event bus can throw messages away (losiness), or the receiver can store messages (unlimited message queue). None of these are ideal. In response, a key concept from reactive systems is non-blocking back…
  • Regaining Control of Our Data with User-Managed Access

    27 Aug 2015 | 1:51 pm
    Summary: User-managed access is real and promises to change how we control our personal data. This article describes one of the problems that UMA solves and shows what that's good for user control. User control is central tenant of any online world that most of us will want to live in. You don't have to consider things like surveillance-based marketing or devices that spy on us long to realize that a future that's an extrapolation of what we have now is a very real threat to personal autonomy and freedom. A key part of the answer is developing protocols that make it easy to give control to…
  • Culture and Trustworthy Spaces

    24 Aug 2015 | 7:56 pm
    Summary: Culture is an important component of self-organizing systems. In this post, I explore this concept as it relates to the Society of Things I described earlier. In Social Things, Trustworthy Spaces, and the Internet of Things, I described trustworthy spaces as abstract places where various "things" could come together to accomplish tasks that none of them could do on their own. For example, in that post I posit a scenario where a new electric car needs to work with other things in its owner's home to determine the best times to charge. The five properties I discussed for trustworthy…
  • Resources, Not Data

    21 Aug 2015 | 5:17 pm
    Summary: We need to stop trying to understand REST in terms of data-centric programming paradigms. The result will be better-designed APIs. You'll often hear people explain the mainstay HTTP verbs, GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE, in terms of the venerable CRUD (create, retrieve, update, and delete) functions of persistent storage systems. Heck, I do it myself. We need to stop. In a RESTful API, the HTTP verbs are roughly analogous to the CRUD functions, but what they're acting on is quite different. CRUD functions act on data...static, stupid data. In REST, on the other hand, the verbs act on…
  • Tesla is a Software Company, Jeep Isn't

    6 Aug 2015 | 7:40 pm
    Summary: The recent hacks of Jeep and Tesla provide a shining example what it means for every company to be a software company. Marc Andreessen has famously said that "software is eating the world." Venkatesh Rao calls software, "only the third major soft technology to appear in human civilization." "So what?" you say. "I'm not in software, what do I care?" You care, or should, because the corollary to this is that your company is a software company, whether you like it or not. Software is so pervasive, so important that is has or will impact every human activity. The recent hacks of a Jeep…
 
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  • A Brief Look at OpenStack

    28 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    This eBook provides insightful perspectives of the burgeoning OpenStack universe, including:Understanding OpenStackA User's PerspectiveOpenStack's FutureUse CasesNova and NeutronRequest Free!
  • Six Principles of Strategic Portfolio Management

    28 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    According to numerous studies, 80% or more of new products fail. Strategic portfolio management, while practiced for many years by leading companies in pharmaceuticals, oil and gas and aerospace, is only now emerging as the next step in the maturity of Project and Portfolio Management (PPM). What is the difference and why does it matter? Read this white paper to learn 6 key actions you can take to prevent costly failures.Request Free!
  • Online Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking - FREE Video Training Course

    28 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    No longer will money have dominion over our ability to learn. Anyone who wants to become a penetration tester, now has the opportunity to learn to do so with this free course.The need for capable ethical hackers is a global need. Ethical hackers are “white-hat” hackers (aka the good guys) that penetrate secured systems to highlight flaws and weaknesses in a system. They help government agencies, private businesses and public organizations identify what is secure and what needs to be fixed. If the idea of hacking as a career excites you, you'll benefit greatly from completing Penetration…
  • The Ever Changing World of HPC

    28 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    In this eBook, we'll take a look at some areas of the HPC world where interesting changes are currently underway.HPC World is ChangingManaging the ChangeDealing with Big DataRequest Free!
  • 2015 IT Security Kit (a $50.00 value) FREE for a limited time!

    28 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    You'll get down- to-earth information about how to defend the seven most popular database servers, recognize vulnerabilities peculiar to each database, and find out what attackers already know.Download this exclusive kit to discover how buffer overflow exploitation, privilege escalation through SQL, stored procedure or trigger abuse, and SQL injection enable hacker access. Use this knowledge to protect yourself and your business, today!The following kit contents will help you continue your research on IT Security:The Database Hacker's Handbook: Defending Database ServersEndpoint Security for…
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  • 2015 IT Security Kit (a $50.00 value) FREE for a limited time!

    28 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    You'll get down- to-earth information about how to defend the seven most popular database servers, recognize vulnerabilities peculiar to each database, and find out what attackers already know.Download this exclusive kit to discover how buffer overflow exploitation, privilege escalation through SQL, stored procedure or trigger abuse, and SQL injection enable hacker access. Use this knowledge to protect yourself and your business, today!The following kit contents will help you continue your research on IT Security:The Database Hacker's Handbook: Defending Database ServersEndpoint Security for…
  • The Ever Changing World of HPC

    28 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    In this eBook, we'll take a look at some areas of the HPC world where interesting changes are currently underway.HPC World is ChangingManaging the ChangeDealing with Big DataRequest Free!
  • 21st Century Threats Demand 21st Century Security Approaches

    27 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    Welcome to the golden age of hacking. This is the reality that businesses operate in today. An amalgamation of legacy and new technology systems and processes, traditional approaches to information security, and explosion of growth in data collection is pushing enterprises to a breaking point. Hardly a week goes by without news of a data breach discovery — often one where attackers have had access for a long period of time. Targeted attacks and advanced threats are becoming the norm. Stakeholders from across the enterprise are tuning in and recognize that data protection is paramount, yet…
  • 2015 Cloud Technology Kit (a $19.99 value) FREE for a limited time!

    24 Aug 2015 | 1:50 pm
    You'll get down-to-earth information about cloud technology, questions to consider, and how to plan and deliver your move to a hybrid environment.Constructing the cloud — learn the basic concepts of the hybrid cloud from both a technical and business perspectiveDelivering cloud services — dive deeper into the actual foundational elements of the hybrid cloudIdentifying business value — determine your hybrid cloud needs based on your business objectivesUnified hybrid environments — find out what it means to create a computing environment that brings elements of the data center together…
  • The Essentials of Business Intelligence/Big Data Summer 2015 Exclusive Kit

    24 Aug 2015 | 11:20 am
    The Essentials of Business Intelligence/Big Data – Summer 2015 Exclusive Kit, brings together the latest in information, coverage of important developments, and expert commentary to help with your Business Intelligence/Big Data related decisions.The following kit contents will help you get the most out of your Business Intelligence/Big Data research:Gleanster Deep Dive: An Intro to Big Data for MarketersFinding the 5 Bottom Line Impacting Gems Hiding in Your DataThe Analytics Revolution: How to Improve Your Business By Making Analytics Operational In The Big Data Era (A $32.99 Value…
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  • JUnit Tutorial for Unit Testing

    26 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    A unit can be a function, a class, a package, or a subsystem. So, the term unit testing refers to the practice of testing such small units of your code, so as to ensure that they work as expected. For example, we can test whether an output is what we expected to see given some inputs or if a condition is true or false.The most popular testing framework in Java is JUnit and we have provided plenty of JUnit tutorials. Now, we decided to gather all the JUnit features in one detailed guide for your convenience. We hope you like it!With this free eBook you will also receive weekly news, tips and…
  • How the Internet of Things Will Impact Your Performance Monitoring Strategy

    25 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    The inevitable trend towards an all-IP connected world poses many challenges, starting with concerns over security. But when it comes to the Internet of Things (IoT), network and IT teams need to consider other impacts, such as new devices and protocols, increased IPv6 deployment, and more. If the impacts are ignored, your organization will suffer from infrastructure performance visibility gaps, putting SLAs, customers, end user experience, and revenue at risk.Request Free!
  • AngularJS Programming Cookbook

    19 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    AngularJS (commonly referred to as "Angular") is an open-source web application framework maintained by Google and by a community of individual developers and corporations to address many of the challenges encountered in developing single-page applications. It aims to simplify both the development and the testing of such applications by providing a framework for client-side model–view–controller (MVC) and model-view-viewmodel (MVVM) architectures, along with components commonly used in rich Internet applications.In this eBook, we provide a compilation of AngularJS based…
  • [Blog] How to Establish Your SDN Vision

    13 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    The market is on a journey to Software-Defined Networking (SDN) as a vehicle for greater business agility and innovation. But a journey like this can take time.Request Free!
  • The App Quality Imperative

    12 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    Apps are the front door to your brand. The days when any old app could be interesting to a user are long gone. The apps economy has become hyper-competitive. Quality and reliability stand out. Users demand an experience that combines elegance and usefulness, performing as fast as the user can think and type. The ideal app actually thinks faster than the user, providing them with experiences and insights they would not expect. The result is an app that can create actual delight.Download this whitepaper to discover:How the apps economy has changedThe 5 biggest app quality challengesThe 5…
 
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  • Best Practices for Public Cloud Security

    27 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    Your IT security team will be your key partner in protecting the cloud, provided they understand the importance of your developers' time-to-value. Work with your security team to understand the unique challenges of cloud security, especially in the context of the shared security responsibility model, and how these challenges require different solutions. A good partnership between cloud managers and security will help to implement Zero Trust best practices for your cloud.Request Free!
  • The 10 Step Action Plan: Meeting Your Shared Security Responsibility with Microsoft Azure

    27 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    Cloud adoption is increasing at a rapid rate, introducing unique and complex security considerations for users. Security is no longer solely under the control of an organization. It's an inherent partnership between the organization and the cloud service provider. And organization may not have complete visibility into all aspects or their security. So they need to understand how adopting a cloud-computing model will affect their risk profile related to data security, privacy, and availability. And if they don't get it right, organizations can compromise the benefits of going to the cloud.
  • The Clock is Ticking on Windows Server 2003 Support

    27 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    The End of Support (EOS) of Microsoft Windows Server 2003 in July 2015 will put millions of enterprise servers at risk. And according to a recent study by leading analyst firm Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), “More than 80% of enterprise and midmarket organizations still support Windows Server 2003 to some extent.” If your organization uses Microsoft Server 2003, the EOS will introduce serious security risks unless you are fully prepared to migrate to a new platform or put compensating controls in place. Because hackers know that Microsoft will no longer acknowledge or patch…
  • Infrastructure Performance Visibility for Cloud

    25 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    The ongoing adoption and consumption of cloud services presents unique performance monitoring challenges for IT departments. Whether organizations are automating the provisioning of virtual machines, networks and storage in a private cloud, migrating enterprise applications to a public cloud, or leveraging the growing set of Software, Platform, or Infrastructure as a Service models, they need performance monitoring platforms that support the journey to the cloud. IT departments lose direct control of – and visibility over – the assets comprising the services. So, how do they monitor the…
  • Linux Utilities Cookbook (a $26.99 value) FREE for a limited time!

    20 Aug 2015 | 9:50 am
    Everything you need to know about Linux but were afraid to ask. This book will make you a master of the command line and teach you how to configure the network, write shell scripts, build a custom kernel, and much more.Request Free!
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    Business Technology Roundtable

  • Digital Transformation: Crossing the Skills Chasm

    David H Deans
    24 Aug 2015 | 5:02 am
    Most informed CEOs seem to know intuitively that the most qualified person to lead their forward-looking business technology advancement isn’t likely to have the profile of a typical legacy CIO. In contrast, the role of a Digital Business Transformation innovator has very different requirements to the traditional IT utility infrastructure custodian of the past.That said, some progressive CIOs are already making the transition to lead the digital competitiveness quest, and others will surely follow. Moreover, a few multinational companies currently have a CIO in a highly strategic, visible…
  • Why Your Organization Deserves a 'Real' Open Cloud

    David H Deans
    22 Jul 2015 | 11:23 am
    Worldwide, there's a growing appreciation for the many benefits of the Open Source way. Clearly, being truly Open is a frame of mind that can apply to just about anything in life -- including the development and nurture of a progressive company culture that's equipped for the challenges and opportunities of today's Global Networked Economy.Jim Whitehurst, CEO of Red Hat, recently launched his new book entitled "The Open Organization" -- Igniting Passion and Performance. He says, "The conventional approach to business management was not designed to foster innovation, address the needs and…
  • Enterprise Mobility Applications Gain Traction in Europe

    David H Deans
    2 Jul 2015 | 4:54 pm
    The mobile communications revolution that has transformed our lives as consumers is now similarly redefining the way forward-looking enterprises manage their operations and engage with employees, partners and customers.The ongoing pursuit of digital business transformation projects are prompting many CIOs to rethink the technologies, services and techniques that underpin their enterprise mobility initiatives -- evolving traditional roles, responsibilities and organizational cultures in the process.While the numerous commercial applications for smartphones within the workplace tend to be…
  • How to Accelerate Government IT with a DevOps Boost

    David H Deans
    11 Jun 2015 | 6:26 am
    The rapid adoption of digital business transformation processes and the ongoing deployment of open hybrid cloud platforms are enabling the achievement of software development bold goals. But when management consultants and industry analysts talk about how IT innovation is changing many organizations, government leadership of this key trend typically isn't top of mind.That said, a new market study by MeriTalk reveals that approximately two-thirds of American federal government IT leaders say DevOps adoption will help agencies shift into the cloud computing fast lane.Agile methodologies,…
  • Innovation Accelerators Lead Business Transformation

    David H Deans
    27 May 2015 | 10:38 am
    More CEOs are setting bold IT innovation goals for their company. Meanwhile, CIOs are tasked to quickly build the required business technology infrastructure. What’s the primary motivation? The growing expectation that all leading organizations will achieve their key strategic business objectives via superior IT-enabled advancements.In fact, a recent study found that 55 percent of survey respondents said their environment will be changed ‘significantly’ -- 20 percent actually said it will be ‘completely transformed.’ Such major transformations can lead to significant competitive…
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    Modis

  • Google Moonshots Epic Innovations During the 2000’s

    Modis
    26 Aug 2015 | 10:13 am
    Take a moment and picture the craziest sci-fi innovations of the future that your mind can muster. Nanotech? Artificial Intelligence? Drone Delivery? Whatever cool things your imagination concocts, it’s entirely possible that Google is already working on them. For the last five years, the creative techie minds behind your favorite search engine have been plugging […] Google Moonshots Epic Innovations During the 2000’s is a post from: Modis The post Google Moonshots Epic Innovations During the 2000’s appeared first on Modis.
  • Burning Man: A Hotbed of Tech Innovation

    Modis
    24 Aug 2015 | 7:02 am
    Every year, tens of thousands gather in the Nevada desert to form a week-long melting pot of culture, innovation and collaboration. The event begins on the last Monday in August and ends on the first Monday in September. The make-up of the event consists of a sprawling temporary city of tents, rebar, sculpture and makeshift […] Burning Man: A Hotbed of Tech Innovation is a post from: Modis The post Burning Man: A Hotbed of Tech Innovation appeared first on Modis.
  • Regional Jobs Report Shows Tech Industry Growth In Most States

    Collin Webb
    21 Aug 2015 | 10:53 am
    The July regional employment report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics has been released and the IT industry added more jobs than most industries around the country. Month-over-month employment in the tech sector increased in 34 states and 46 states saw year-over-year growth in the industry. Professional, Scientific and Technical Services, a sub-sector of the […] Regional Jobs Report Shows Tech Industry Growth In Most States is a post from: Modis The post Regional Jobs Report Shows Tech Industry Growth In Most States appeared first on Modis.
  • Expand Your Online Footprint, One Step at a Time

    Modis
    18 Aug 2015 | 2:05 pm
    In this plugged-in digital age, landing the job of your dreams often hinges on much more than simply handing in a solid resume. Hiring managers looking for the top talent to fill their key roles are just as likely to turn to Google to seek for prime job seekers, as they are to sift through […] Expand Your Online Footprint, One Step at a Time is a post from: Modis The post Expand Your Online Footprint, One Step at a Time appeared first on Modis.
  • Women in Tech: Three Companies Step up to Close the Gap

    Modis
    14 Aug 2015 | 6:00 am
    It’s no secret that women in IT are frustrated with the current progress of the tech industry. In fact, in no city do women make up more than 37 percent of the tech workforce and the stats seem to be getting worse as women are leaving their roles in droves. But there is a light at […] Women in Tech: Three Companies Step up to Close the Gap is a post from: Modis The post Women in Tech: Three Companies Step up to Close the Gap appeared first on Modis.
 
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    Converge Blog

  • Meet Another Converge Leader in EMEA, Daniel Perret Gentil

    Converge
    3 Aug 2015 | 1:02 pm
    In a previous blog post, we introduced Francois Schultz, one of Converge’s leaders in the high reliability market. Next in our spotlight is Daniel Perret Gentil, Purchasing Manager for Converge EMEA, who will share his knowledge and insights on the high reliability market. Q: Daniel, can you please tell us a little bit about yourself?A: I am originally from Curacao, Netherland Antilles, but I grew up and attended university in North Carolina, US. I moved to the Netherlands in 2000, and now live in Amsterdam with my wife and daughter, only a short distance from the Converge office.I…
  • Converge Celebrates 35 Years as an Independent!

    Converge
    2 Jul 2015 | 7:20 am
    As Americans proudly celebrated Independence Day on July 4th, Converge is also proud to be celebrating 35 years of being a leading global independent distributor of electronic components with a full service of supply chain solutions.This year especially, we have taken a moment to reflect and acknowledge other famous start-ups.Most of us may remember a very famous technology software company that was founded in 1975 by two young men in college whose idea of developing a programming language for a microcomputer has led to a multibillion-dollar company 40 years later. In 1976, two long-time…
  • Converge: Standing Strong in High Reliability

    Converge
    26 May 2015 | 10:43 am
      For anyone familiar with the electronics components industry, it’s no secret that the high reliability market has become much more demanding in recent years and is posing some challenges for independent distributors in this space.When the high reliability market experiences obsolescence, suppliers naturally face the challenge of not only having to provide the needed electronic components in a timely manner, but also ensuring they meet certain specifications and outstanding quality requirements. An established standardized quality program backed by industry-leading certifications…
  • Converge’s High Reliability Leader in EMEA – Meet Francois Schultz

    Converge
    16 Apr 2015 | 7:31 am
    With the recent release of the AS6081 certification playing a significant role in the high reliability electronic components supply chain and Converge being among the first independent distributors to be certified, we thought it would be fitting to introduce our readers to one of our leaders in this market, Francois Schultz. In this interview, Francois discusses his insights and expertise on components in the high reliability industry today. Q: Hi, Francois. Please tell us a little about yourself. When and how did you start working in the electronic distribution business?A: I have been in the…
  • Converge Ensures High Reliability with AS6081

    Converge
    12 Mar 2015 | 7:34 am
    Nobody ever expects to receive a counterfeit part, but inevitably in the electronics components distribution supply chain, it can happen. And in high reliability industries like the medical, military, defense, and aerospace fields, where the ruggedness, reliability, and durability of these components are so critical, counterfeit parts can sometimes prove fatal. Electronic components typically utilized in this space must be able to withstand and perform in harsh conditions such as extreme temperatures, shock, vibration, moisture, dust, and dirt. So there is no room for errors or failures. So…
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    The Data Center Journal

  • Wearables Decline a Harbinger for IoT?

    Jeff Clark
    28 Aug 2015 | 6:26 am
    The wearables and IoT markets have a certain air of desperation—that is, many products in these categories smack of solutions in search of a problem. Citing an Argus Insights report, Junko Yoshida said at EE Times, “Consumer wearable devices are hitting the wall. The market demand for body-worn gadgets has been declining all year.” The flagship of consumer wearables is the fitness band, although the smartwatch is seeking to steal the spotlight. Fitness bands, as single-function devices lack the potential for broader appeal that a smartwatch enables. Yet even smartwatches are highly…
  • Data Protection Diaries: Are your restores ready for World Backup Day 2015?

    Greg Schulz
    28 Aug 2015 | 5:15 am
    This is part of an ongoing data protection diaries series of post about, well, data protection and what I’m doing pertaining to World Backup Day 2015. In case you forgot or did not know, World Backup Day is March 31 2015 (@worldbackupday) so now is a good time to be ready. The only challenge that I have with the World Backup Day (view their site here) that has gone on for a few years know is that it is a good way to call out the importance of backing up or protecting data. However its time to also put more emphasis and focus on being able to make sure those backups or protection copies…
  • Data Center Malinvestment?

    Jeff Clark
    27 Aug 2015 | 9:51 am
    One of the dangers of artificially low interest rates is malinvestment: money put into certain projects is misplaced because demand in that area is unsustainable or overestimated. Do data centers fall into that category? The Trouble With Malinvestment Malinvestment goes hand in hand with booms and busts. For instance, suppressed mortgage rates can lead consumers to buy more housing than they can afford, resulting in a surge in construction. That’s the boom. But when those mortgage rates rise to normal levels, demand shrinks leaving an excess supply. Prices must drop to clear the market.
  • Tips to Protect Your Network Closet

    Jeff Kennedy, business value marketing manager, Eaton
    27 Aug 2015 | 7:16 am
    While network closets take on all shapes and sizes, they are essentially an arm of the data center. As an important component of all mission-critical environments, the network closet must be organized, protected and managed efficiently and effectively. IT professionals are charged with keeping the technology infrastructure functioning, even in the face of constrained resources and increasing complexity. By selecting the correct rack and power infrastructure, paired with management hardware and software, organizations can keep their businesses up and running. In this article, we go beyond…
  • Content Filtering Turns to the Cloud for Improved Security and Performance

    Farokh Karani
    26 Aug 2015 | 10:40 am
    As the Internet has become essential in the business world today, we have seen the rise of content filtering—the use of a program or methodology to screen and exclude employees from accessing web pages or e-mail that are deemed objectionable. Content filtering has emerged as an important requirement for effective data security as businesses seek to protect against hacking, phishing, viruses, worms and more. How do security threats most commonly gain entry into an organization? A number of avenues of content risk exist, including the following: Data loss due to web-based threats or…
 
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    MarkjOwen's Blog

  • Is the new IIBA alliance a trustworthy one?

    markjowen
    26 Aug 2015 | 2:28 pm
    The IIBA has formed a strategic alliance, (as described in my previous post). In that post, I looked at how each partner could enrich the IIBA offering. The partners are: BCS The Chartered Institute for IT, BRM Institute, IREB, and Sparx Systems Pty … Continue reading →
  • The IIBA is teaming up…what does this mean to you?

    markjowen
    20 Aug 2015 | 2:36 pm
    IIBA (International Institute of Business Analysis) has announced a strategic alliance with four leading, global organizations.  The four leading, global, organisations are: BCS The Chartered Institute for IT, BRM Institute, IREB, and Sparx Systems Pty Ltd. In my opinion this is a … Continue reading →
  • Becoming a Stronger Leader

    markjowen
    19 Jul 2015 | 9:58 pm
    The following is a guest blog, written by Marie Miguel Being a strong communicator is an important part of being a strong leader. A good example of this can be seen on episodes of the TV Series “West Wing”, in which … Continue reading →
  • “Work-life balance” is so wrong!

    markjowen
    20 May 2015 | 2:32 pm
    When I hear someone talk about “work-life balance“, I fight back the urge to push the person to the ground and slap them over and over, while screaming, in a high-pitched, maniacal, way “Shut up, shut up, you silly person!” … Continue reading →
  • SharePoint – Quick! Tell me why you are doing it.

    markjowen
    14 May 2015 | 5:24 am
    I have seen many situations where the actual reason for “doing SharePoint” is something that gets asked long after its implementation (if at all) Antony Clay wrote a brilliant piece on what the real vision is when companies start talking … Continue reading →
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    Speaking our Mind

  • Make HR Transformation a Destination Rather Than a Journey

    Pamela Kundu
    19 Aug 2015 | 10:31 pm
    Today’s companies are turning to their Human Resources (HR) departments to help them stay afloat in a sea of changes to business practices, as well as social changes. In the midst of reduced employee engagement, high attrition rates, and a lack of insight into workforce data, HR managers are reevaluating their HR strategies and planning […]
  • How to engage your financial services customers, part 2: Omnichannel solution go-to-market challenges

    Nagaraj Modur
    17 Aug 2015 | 10:35 pm
    Engaged banking offers big rewards (an increased customer base and greater revenues, for a start), but financial services organizations interested in implementing omnichannel solutions face meaningful challenges: your new and existing systems have to work together — as do their data — and you have to make room in your budget for a new solution. […]
  • How to engage your financial services customers – Part 1: Build intimacy into the customer experience

    Nagaraj Modur
    10 Aug 2015 | 11:38 pm
    The world of business is shifting from a traditional digital approach to an omnichannel model. Financial services organizations are following suit to maintain sales growth, increase customer loyalty, and boost efficiency—just a few of the rewards of going omnichannel. This evolution has nothing to do with remote controls and everything to do with serving up […]
  • Mindtree Joins Autosar to enhance Active Safety and Support Original Equipment Manufacturers

    Gopal Prasanna
    6 Aug 2015 | 10:35 pm
    With digital business estimated to reach $225 billion by 2020, original equipment manufacturers are moving towards modular designs and the opportunities that are presented through connected infotainment systems. The integration of connected cars with the digital value chain has opened up opportunities for multiple players to contribute to this expanding eco-system. With our experience in […]
  • How can banks deliver the right product at the right time through the right channel?

    Anil Gandharve
    5 Aug 2015 | 10:55 pm
    Banks are looking to embrace the power of advanced analytics and big data to gain insights and evaluate opportunities that will improve cross-selling, increase upselling, and enhance customer value. But to get there, banks must balance the external and internal actions that combine to deliver a seamless customer experience. Here are some strategies you should […]
 
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    The Accidental Successful CIO

  • What Google’s CIO Can Teach Us About Becoming Better CIOs

    drjim
    26 Aug 2015 | 2:00 am
    Google’s CIO has some great ideas on how we can become betterImage Credit: Robert Scoble This CIO job never came with any instructions. Now that we have the CIO job, we are expected to know what to do, when to do it, and who to involve in doing it. I can only speak for myself, but I sure would like to have the opportunity to talk with someone who really knew what they were doing. Somebody like Ben Fried, Google’s CIO, probably does know what he’s doing. Maybe he’d be willing to share some of his insights with us… The Right Approach To Corporate Technology One of the…
  • CIOs Need To Know How To Build Bridges

    drjim
    19 Aug 2015 | 2:00 am
    You’ll need a bridge to move from providing a service to being a partnerbr />Image Credit: JOHN LLOYD So here’s a question for you: based on the importance of information technology, what is IT’s role in your company? If you are like most people with the CIO job, your answer will consist of you listing a number of different things that the IT department does for the company: keeps its servers up, installs new applications, protects the network, etc. However, there’s something wrong with that answer: you’ve just listed a bunch of services. That’s not what an…
  • What’s The Right Way For CIOs To Think About The Cloud?

    drjim
    12 Aug 2015 | 2:00 am
    Now that cloud computing has arrived, what should a CIO do?Image Credit: Pam Broviak As the person with the CIO job, you now live in a world that is filled with lots and lots of real-time data. It comes from your customers, your manufacturing, your partners, and, of course, your company’s web site. Having access to this much data via the arrival of cloud computing is great news. However, now it’s going to be your responsibility, because of the importance of information technology, to determine what to do with it and how to gain knowledge from all of it. What Big Data Will Teach Us…
  • Why Moving To The Cloud Might Be A Bad Idea For A CIO

    drjim
    5 Aug 2015 | 2:00 am
    Moving to the cloud is not always the right decision Image Credit: Melinda Swinford If you’ve taken the time to read any of the IT trade rags in the past year or so, you’ve seen a story that tells you how wonderful “the cloud” is and how it has become a key part of the importance of information technology. In fact, if you’ve read enough of these articles, you may be thinking that you are a bit behind the times – your company should be moving more of its applications into the cloud faster. However, it turns out that a number of companies are not making this…
  • How Should A CIO Deal With An Employee Mutiny?

    drjim
    29 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    CIOs need to be aware that a mutiny may be happening right now!Image Credit: HoJo Anaheim The CIO runs the show when it comes to all things having to do with IT because of importance of information technology, right? Well, it turns out that this is not always the case. Even as you are reading this, in your IT department a mutiny may be brewing. What has caused this to happen and what should you be doing to prepare for it? The Reason For The Mutiny The workers in IT departments are rising up because they’ve had enough of your company’s equipment and systems. They spend their…
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    The Informatica Blog - Perspectives for the Data Ready Enterprise

  • How To Get More Bang for Your Data Integration Buck? Agility is Key

    Ann Rosen
    27 Aug 2015 | 5:45 am
    Get More Bang for your Data Integration Buck We all want to stretch our dollar as far as it will go.  If you work in IT today, this should particularly resonate.  The mantra we hear every time?  “Do more with less!”  So how do you support ever-increasing data complexity and volume? Fend urgent demands for quality data from business counterparts?  All this while watching budgets shrink?  Agility is certainly key to success when facing constant business change. In a recent blog post we shared our customers’ top selection criteria for a Data Integration platform.  Not surprisingly,…
  • An Intern’s Perspective on Saying Goodbye (to Informatica)

    Lalitta Ghandikota
    26 Aug 2015 | 8:45 am
    This post is by Jessica Jong, an Employee Communications Intern at Informatica’s Redwood City HQ office. Jessica is a rising senior at Santa Clara University where she studies Communications. When she is not working at Informatica, you can find her spending time with friends, searching for a new book to read, or eating good food. As my internship nears its end, I’ve thought long and hard about the goodbyes that I will have to say. This summer has flown by, and I won’t forget the laughter, new friendships, and lessons learned. While I feel sad to leave Informatica, I’ll look back on…
  • Critical Thinking: Analytics is a Tool, Not a Crutch

    Joe McKendrick
    26 Aug 2015 | 5:45 am
    “We human beings have a very rich history of taking any amount of data, no matter how small, and screwing it up.”                                                                                                        – Susan Etlinger, industry analyst with Altimeter Group The rise of data analytics doesn’t mean decision makers will be absolved of the need to apply their own brainpower to take the right actions where and when needed. If anything, people should apply even greater critical thinking, and constantly question the…
  • Informatica Cloud Extends New Salesforce Financial Services Cloud with Industry Leading Cloud Integration — Connecting Financial Advisors and Wealth Managers with Clients Like Never Before

    Clive Bearman
    25 Aug 2015 | 5:05 am
    Informatica Cloud Extends Salesforce Financial Services Cloud Connecting Financial Advisors and Wealth Managers with Clients Like Never Before Today, Informatica Cloud marked an important milestone in our relationship with Salesforce. We are happy to announce our participation in the launch of Salesforce’s first industry specific application, Salesforce Financial Services Cloud. So what is Salesforce Financial Services Cloud? It’s a cloud app built on the Salesforce Sales Cloud that helps financial advisors build deeper relationships with their clients, increase productivity, and engage…
  • Health IT’s Need for Data Integration

    David Linthicum
    24 Aug 2015 | 5:45 am
    Health IT’s Need for Data Integration The challenge of data integration is wreaking havoc within Health IT systems.  It’s costing health and human services agencies billions of dollars, and their customers a reduction in quality care.  We’ve discussed the importance of data integration here before, but it continues to be an issue that is costing us dearly each year. More revealing was a survey of 155 IT executives and program managers who work with health care and other social service benefits.  The MeriTalk survey found 63 percent of caseworkers stated that enrollment rates for…
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    Application Integration

  • Unlocking the Treasure Chest: The Five Critical Capabilities of a Data Integration Solution

    shephardd
    19 Aug 2015 | 1:17 pm
    Databases are like treasure chests, waiting to be cracked open. Within them, you can find critical analytics information that gives your organization the information needed to gain a competitive edge. However, if your organization uses Unisys ClearPath MCP server and its non-relational DMSII database, getting the data you need can be difficult. Most traditional BI tools only support relational databases, which means you have to find an effective data integration solution. To overcome integration issues, you need a solution that covers the five essential capabilities needed to integrate your…
  • White Hats, Black Hats. A Hacker Community is Emerging Around the Mainframe. What You Need to Know…

    Mike Rogers
    11 Aug 2015 | 4:03 pm
    Times are changing and we all need to take notice. The mainframe computing environment, with protocols dating back decades, is a new frontier of exploration for both the White Hat and the Black Hat hackers. A White Hat is an ethical hacker who seeks to expose vulnerabilities publicly so they can be addressed before they are exploited by malicious hackers. A Black Hat is a criminal hacker who hacks for illegal purposes or for notoriety. Large computing environments have been ignored by the hacker community for many years, but mainframe data now has a target on its back. The Bottom Line:…
  • Java as a Web Technology is Living on Borrowed Time

    Ronald Nunan
    4 Aug 2015 | 3:39 pm
    Java’s change in market status from a viable web technology to what it is now—undesirable legacy code—is astonishing. Oracle’s recent patch for Java’s zero-day flaw puts one more nail in the coffin.  Zero-day status is assigned to flaws that are currently being exploited by hackers, and for which there is no available fix. A little more than a decade ago, Java was the leading technology for supplying web applications. A tremendously popular approach, Java was used for everything, including access to key enterprise applications—which happens to be the part of the industry I…
  • Why SSL Puts Your Organization at Risk

    Kris Lall
    28 Jul 2015 | 11:43 am
    Nothing breeds acrimony like success. Such is the case with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). Originally developed by Netscape (remember Netscape?) for their web browser to encrypt communications between web browsers and servers, the SSL specification was eventually taken on and standardized by the IETF as the Transport Layer Security (TLS) specification. SSL became the de facto standard for the encryption of HTTP network communications and was quickly adopted for other network protocols, including terminal emulation protocols like TN3270. Now a victim of its own success, SSL has become a target…
  • Could Your Company Pass a PCI Audit of Your Mainframe Applications?

    Kris Lall
    13 Jul 2015 | 11:35 am
    With the ratification of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) version 3.1, passing PCI audits just became a little bit harder. But can you blame the PCI Security Council for updating the standard so quickly? With all of the recent breaches in the retail sector, an update was bound to be forthcoming. This won’t affect you, though, because all of your credit-card-processing applications are up to snuff and meet the requirements outlined in the PCI spec, right? What about those mainframe applications? Those work-horse applications that continue to run the global economy…
 
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    IT Manager Daily

  • Court confirms: You can be sued by gov’t for data breaches

    David King
    26 Aug 2015 | 12:01 pm
    A landmark court ruling came down this week with far-reaching implications for businesses. What it means for you: If you’re not doing enough to protect customer data, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) can sue for deceptive business practices.  Here’s the rundown of the case: Hackers hit Wyndham Hotels hard in recent years. They stole personal information, credit card numbers and more, which resulted in millions in fraudulent charges. The FTC went after Wyndham in court. It said the company failed to take the most basic security precautions: storing data in clear text, using…
  • Google’s been … Thunderstruck!

    David King
    26 Aug 2015 | 10:32 am
    Think your data’s completely safe because it’s in the hands of Google, Amazon or other storage giants? Think again.  We’ve been told lightning never strikes the same place twice. But what they don’t tell you is it may strike the same place four times, apparently. A Google data center in Europe suffered permanent data loss when the power grid to the building was hit with four consecutive lightning strikes. That resulted in: “a brief loss of power to storage systems which host disk capacity for GCE instances in the europe-west1-b zone. Although automatic…
  • Lying on résumés: America’s other pastime

    David King
    25 Aug 2015 | 12:42 pm
    If you’ve ever caught a job candidate stretching the truth on an application, you’re not alone – in fact, you’re in good company. But does the problem lie in an antiquated method for selecting hires?  According to CareerBuilder, more than half of managers have caught candidates lying on résumés and job applications. The most common form this took was embellishing skills (reported by 62% of respondents), but that wasn’t the only stretching of the truth. Other résumé half-truths and untruths included embellishing: responsibilities (54%) dates of employment (39%)…
  • Finding the Best Phone Systems Companies

    gdimaio
    25 Aug 2015 | 7:30 am
    When you need to replace or upgrade your business phone system, finding a reliable, trustworthy phone system company is potentially more important than the telephone hardware you choose. Ultimately, the best telephone systems companies are those that treat your business like a partner, taking the time to understand your needs so they can offer a solution that you’ll be happy with. The first step in finding the best phone system company is using BuyerZone’s free phone system request service to get connected to qualified suppliers in your area. Click here to learn more!   The post…
  • Compare Free Price Quotes on Document Management Systems

    gdimaio
    25 Aug 2015 | 7:00 am
    If your business deals with a large amount of paperwork such as government regulations, blueprints, product manuals, client contracts, or legal files, you may benefit from a document management system. A document management system, or content management system (CMS), will organize your physical files into electronic records. It can be used in any type of business or industry to streamline daily processes and create procedures for record-keeping. To learn more, let BuyerZone help you sort through all your options and provide you with free price quotes from several qualified vendors. You can…
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  • 6 major risks of ignoring legacy modernization

    Joe Stangarone
    25 Aug 2015 | 8:30 am
    Summary: Many organizations still run their business on legacy applications and systems. They don’t modernize these applications because of the risk and expense associated with modernization. But, could ignoring modernization be an even riskier choice? In this article, you’ll learn 6 major risks your business takes by postponing or ignoring legacy modernization. photo credit: 44833 via pixabay cc Legacy applications are a tricky problem. Talk to any business still running on legacy software, and they’ll tell you the same thing: They would love to have modern applications. They…
  • Free Paper: Keys to a highly efficient IT department

    Joe Stangarone
    24 Aug 2015 | 9:49 am
    Summary: As technology plays a larger role in all aspects of business, modern IT departments must shift their focus from maintenance to innovation. How can IT departments shift out of their back-office role, and into the role of technology driver? How can IT departments push the business forward? This free paper helps you answer those questions, and more. The role of the IT department is evolving. In the past, IT departments were in charge of keeping the business technology running smoothly. These days, that’s changing. How so? The research firm, Gartner, claims that we’re entering the…
  • Weekly Recap: How to cut development costs, the big data problem, and more…

    Joe Stangarone
    21 Aug 2015 | 9:29 am
    Summary: In this week’s article roundup, we learn why modernization is especially important these days, how to choose a cross platform development tool, and more. Is it time to worry about modernization? As technology evolves and the business world moves faster than ever, many businesses will struggle to keep up. Why? They’re stuck with legacy applications. More and more, these applications will not only hold businesses back, they can threaten their very existence. How to choose cross-platform app development tools These days, you need to develop applications that work across all…
  • 6 common misconceptions of self-service BI

    Joe Stangarone
    18 Aug 2015 | 8:30 am
    Summary: Despite it’s growing popularity, many myths still surround self-service BI. These myths can lead to implementations that aren’t as successful as they could be, or flat-out fail. Learn about the common myths/misconceptions that businesses have about self-service BI, and why they’re false. photo credit: Negativespace via pixabay cc Self-service Business Intelligence (BI) is one of the fastest growing trends in the business world. Industry analysts like Forrester and Gartner agree: Self-service BI is exploding, and shows no signs of slowing down. Why the rapid growth?
  • Webinar: Create a shopping basket app in 10 minutes

    Joe Stangarone
    17 Aug 2015 | 12:16 pm
    Summary: Would you like to add online ordering capabilities to your current systems? Would you like to learn how to create custom shopping carts that integrate with your existing ERP system, and work across any device (PC/tablet/smartphone)? If so, join us on August 20th for a webinar, and see how easily you can create shopping cart applications. It’s a common problem: Companies find themselves tied to an enterprise system that doesn’t meet their needs. Sometimes they need better reporting. Other times they need mobile apps. Or, maybe their enterprise system doesn’t offer online…
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  • 8 Tips I Wish I Knew When I Was a Freshman at SU

    Megan Minier
    27 Aug 2015 | 5:41 am
    August 31st is quickly approaching, and we all know what that means: time to replace that Netflix bookmark with your favorite textbook rental site of choice. But before you settle down in your new dorm room, if you’re an incoming freshman (or a transfer student!) follow these 8 tips from iSchool Peer Advisors to make for a great first year. 1. Don’t wear your lanyard around your neck. Just don’t do it. Otto sporting a traditional Syracuse lanyard. It might seem like the logical thing to do, but wearing the classic navy or orange “Syracuse University” lanyard that houses your SUID…
  • Sandbox Startup Joy’s Jell-Shots Taking Opportunity to Market

    Amanda Quick
    25 Aug 2015 | 5:35 am
    It took Lauren Gunderman two experiences–interning at SXSW and taking a startup course at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications–to make her realize that she wanted to be an entrepreneur. Instead of going the typical route and working at an advertising firm after graduation, she decided to take a risk and start a company: Joy’s Jell-Shots. Her plan is for Joy’s Jell-Shots to sell pre-packaged jello shots to consumers in liquor stores. Gunderman is teaming up with her mom, Lilly, to start the company. Lauren worked out of the Student Sandbox this summer for…
  • Snapchat Emojis – Those Hearts and Smiley Faces – EXPLAINED

    Natalie Wiesnet
    21 Aug 2015 | 5:43 am
    I do my fair share of Snapchatting, and found that a recent update to the app introduced emojis into the Snapchat experience. Were you confused because I definitely was! That is, until I cracked the code of what those emojis adjacent to your friends’ names mean. Those Snapchat Emojis – via emojipedia.org/snapchat Breaking It Down Smiley face – this emoji next to a username means they’re one of your best friends on Snapchat. You guys snap a lot, but they’re not your #1 best friend. Smirking face – this means that you are one of that person’s best…
  • ‘WeBid’: Startup to Offer Indonesian Spices, Food Ingredients

    Amanda Quick
    19 Aug 2015 | 6:46 am
    If you’re visiting any big city in the United States, you’ll find various restaurants that offer international meals ranging from Italian, to Greek, to Chinese, to Japanese-style cuisines. However, it’s rare to find restaurants or cafes that offer Indonesian food–at least according to a student startup company from Indonesia called “WeBid.” “WeBid is a new project; we are providing food ingredients from Indonesia, like spices and herbs,” said Monica Febrainaty, a member of the WeBid team. WeBid, which stands for “We Bring Indonesia to…
  • NFL Plans Twitter Use to Deliver Game-Day Highlights

    Constantine Konugres
    17 Aug 2015 | 5:47 am
    We all have had that sporting event where we have relied on Twitter for updates. Many times we hope that there will be a popular retweet that will surface on our feed, with a Vine showing some of the current action or most recent goal or touchdown. Luckily for us, the NFL has signed a two-year deal with Twitter to bring more game highlights to our feeds. The NFL first signed a deal with Twitter in 2013. Additionally, they have other deals with Facebook and YouTube. These three companies have huge digital reach and the NFL seems to understand how important these social platforms are when it…
 
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  • Top 10 Mind-Blowing Technological Inventions of 2015

    InfoZonePK
    27 Aug 2015 | 7:10 pm
    Here are the top 10 technological inventions of the year 2015. Magic Leap The Magic Leap uses head mounted optical illusion technology that displays 3D computer-generated imagery over objects, by projecting a digital light field into the user’s eye.Inventions like these make the reality we live in more majestic. Project Loon Google X is striving […]
  • Mobilink Donates State-of-the-Art Mobile Dispensary to Khidmat Foundation

    InfoZonePK
    27 Aug 2015 | 7:00 pm
    Mobilink donated a state-of-the-art mobile dispensary to Khidmat Foundation, at a handing over ceremony in Islamabad. This newly delivered vehicle, fittingly titled the Mobile Dispensary, will be used by Khidmat Foundation to provide free medical assistance to the rural population around Islamabad who have a limited access to medical centers, dispensaries and hospitals. The dispensary […]
  • Ufone Launches Daily Chat Bundle for Unlimited SMS and WhatsApp

    InfoZonePK
    26 Aug 2015 | 7:10 pm
    Ufone launches Daily Chat Bundle for unlimited SMS and WhatsApp on daily basis. The Offer: Ufone Daily Chat Bundle offers 10,000 SMS and unlimited WhatsApp daily in Rs. just Rs. 5 (including tax). Subscription: To subscribe Ufone Daily Chat Bundle dial *630#. Terms & Conditions: Offer is valid for prepaid customers only Voice calling using WhatsApp […]
  • Are You a First-time Renter?

    InfoZonePK
    26 Aug 2015 | 7:00 pm
    Making the decision to move out and rent your own property can seem daunting. After taking that first step and deciding to move, there are a number of important questions to ask yourself as you enter the rental process. Pakistan’s best real estate website, Lamudi.pk looks at what to consider both before choosing a property […]
  • Chiniot- The Metropolis of Rulers

    InfoZonePK
    25 Aug 2015 | 7:10 pm
    Chiniot is located on the left bank of River Chenab, Punjab and is one of the oldest cities of Pakistan. The city has a captivating historical significance as it was very important during the Mughal era. Chiniot was occupied by Alexander the Great around 326 BC, but after the emergence of Islam Chiniot was ruled by the different Mughal’s dynasties.
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  • How To Use The SQL Developer Export Connections With Passwords Function

    Ben
    13 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    Oracle’s SQL Developer tool lets you export a list of connections that you have created. This is great for saving time for your team. Learn how you can do that in this article.Why Export Connections?First of all, why would you want to export your connections?There are a few reasons I can think of.Keep a separate file that contains your connections in case your computer crashesSave time setting up your computer if you get a new oneSharing common connections with the rest of the team so they can easily import and use the same connectionsLet’s take a look at how to export connections…
  • 20 Things Every Computer Science Graduate Should Know Before Starting a Job

    Ben
    10 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    You’ve completed your Computer Science degree and have got yourself a job. Well done! Welcome to the real world! Now, there are a few things you should know before starting your first day, which I’ve listed in this article.1 – The Days Can Be LongFinishing a Computer Science degree will often lead you into a software development-related role. There are usually standard hours for this kind of role, which is something like 9AM to 5PM. The actual hours may be slightly different, but in general, it’s an 8 hour day.That’s a long time to be at work if you’re new…
  • Oracle ADD_MONTHS Function with Examples

    Ben
    6 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    In this article, I’ll explain how the very useful ADD_MONTHS function works and use some examples.Purpose of the Oracle ADD_MONTHS FunctionThe purpose of the Oracle ADD_MONTHS function is to add a specified number of months to a date, and return another month. SyntaxThe syntax of the ADD_MONTHS function is:ADD_MONTHS ( input_date, number_months )The function returns a DATE value. ParametersThe parameters of the ADD_MONTHS function are:input_date (mandatory): This is the starting date, or the date that you will add a number of months to.number_months (mandatory): This is an…
  • How To Use the SQL Developer Format SQL Options

    Ben
    5 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    In this article, I’ll explain what formatting SQL is, and how to find the SQL Developer Format SQL options.What Is SQL Formatting?SQL formatting is the process of neatly arranging your code to make it more readable.When you write SQL, the format of the code is not relevant to the database. By this, I mean that the SQL statement will execute if the syntax is correct and the formatting is terrible.Formatting the SQL code will clean up the line breaks, indentation, capitalisation, and overall look of your SQL.You can do this manually, or automatically, in SQL Developer. We’ll discuss…
  • 4 Things To Do If a Your Teammate Is Slowing The Team Down

    Ben
    3 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    Do you have a team member that seems to be slowing the team down and not “pulling their weight” to get things done? Learn what you can do about it in this article.This is a common problem when working in teams.There are a few of you working on the one project, trying to get it all done before the deadline. You’ve all got work allocated to you, you’re discussing how to solve the problems you’re having, and trying to get your code done and ready for testing.But, there’s one person in the team that seems to be quite a bit slower than the rest. They are not…
 
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  • 8 reasons to upgrade to Windows 10 now

    Deirdre
    11 Aug 2015 | 3:49 am
    Following the end of the world’s largest BETA testing program, Microsoft has announced that as of 29th July, 2015 Windows 10 will be available. And here’s the really nice part - it’s FREE. Here are 8 great reasons why you should upgrade to Windows 10 now. The post 8 reasons to upgrade to Windows 10 now appeared first on MJ Flood Technology.
  • Are you all at sea when it comes to Windows Server 2003?

    Deirdre
    7 Jul 2015 | 1:43 am
    On 14th July Microsoft will cease its in-life support services for Windows Server 2003. This means it will no longer develop patches, security updates/fixes or any updates for the platform. So if you haven’t updated by this deadline, your business will be using unsupported software. The post Are you all at sea when it comes to Windows Server 2003? appeared first on MJ Flood Technology.
  • Packed house for inaugural MJ Flood Technology sponsored ‘Internet of Things Summit’

    Deirdre
    17 Jun 2015 | 11:53 am
    James Finglas, managing director of MJ Flood Technology today presented to a packed house of over 180 delegates at the inaugural IoT Summit event. The post Packed house for inaugural MJ Flood Technology sponsored ‘Internet of Things Summit’ appeared first on MJ Flood Technology.
  • Lively engagement from delegates at Manufacturing 4.0

    Deirdre
    2 Jun 2015 | 3:22 am
    There was lively engagement at last week's Manufacturing 4.0, sponsored by MJ Flood Technology. The event attended by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD represented a great opportunity for industry stakeholders to discuss the future of connected manufacturing The post Lively engagement from delegates at Manufacturing 4.0 appeared first on MJ Flood Technology.
  • Arcserve Unified Data Protection Appliance brings ‘set up and forget’ data backup to Ireland

    Deirdre
    19 May 2015 | 7:12 am
    Arcserve's UDP 7000 Appliance – the industry’s first complete data protection appliance – is now available in Ireland, through Ireland's only Platinum Partner, MJ Flood Technology, The post Arcserve Unified Data Protection Appliance brings ‘set up and forget’ data backup to Ireland appeared first on MJ Flood Technology.
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  • Five Tools for Defragmenting Your Hard Drive

    Brian Johnson
    28 Aug 2015 | 3:33 am
    If you want to defragment your hard drive, Windows has you covered. Microsoft’s operating system has been offering defragmentation tools for quite some now. That being said, there are plenty of third-party tools which offer features not found in the standard Windows package. In this post we take a quick look at some of these programs. 1. Ashampoo Magical Defrag Ashampoo Magical Defrag can be used to perform a thorough analysis of your PC’s hard disks, as well as automated defragmentation. A great thing about this tool, which sets it apart from others, is that it is SSD aware – something…
  • How to Hide Text Messages on the iPhone (Turn Off SMS Preview)

    Brian Johnson
    27 Aug 2015 | 4:32 am
    If you’re the owner of an Apple iPhone you definitely know about this feature called SMS Text Preview, which shown the name of the sender together with a preview of the message itself on the main screen whenever you receive a new message. While this can be useful feature if you want to be able to quickly see who the message is from and what it’s about, it probably isn’t something you want if you’re not the only one who has access to your phone. For instance, you might work in an office where you tend to leave the device lying around where anyone can look at the screen. Needless to…
  • How to Save Money When Building Your Own PC

    Brian Johnson
    26 Aug 2015 | 5:32 am
    If you’re on a budget and you want to get the best computer you can possibly can, the most cost-efficient thing you can do is to try and build it yourself. It’s a lot simpler than you think and, when you draw the line, the extra effort is definitely worth it. In this post we will guide you through the process, starting with: 1. How to pick the right parts The first thing you do when attempting to cook a new dish is look for the right ingredients. Building a computer is basically the same, only in this case the ingredients are the hardware components, so you’ll spend a lot of time…
  • 10 Common Computer Myths You Should Stop Believing

    Brian Johnson
    25 Aug 2015 | 3:11 am
    Computers have been a big part of our daily lives for decades now, yet despite of this (or maybe precisely because of it!) there are still lots of myths and misconceptions surrounding even the most basic aspects of their use. In this post we want to do a bit of clarifying, so we’ve put together some of the most common misconceptions floating around and why you should stop believing them, starting with: 10. More is always better when it comes to performance When you add more RAM, you reduce your system’s dependency on virtual memory, which will make it seem like it’s running faster. This…
  • 5 Bad iPhone Habits

    Brian Johnson
    24 Aug 2015 | 9:14 am
    We all pick up bad habits in life, especially when it comes to using software and technology, which we learn to use on our own, most of the time without proper guidance. These habits can be difficult to shake, particularly when you don’t even know they’re harmful in the first place! Luckily, we’re here to help, so here is a list of the most common iPhone related bad habits and how you should change them: 1. Using your phone without a password If you’re a typical smartphone user, it’s safe to assume that almost all the services you utilize can be easily accessed from your device. And…
 
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  • Keeping Tabs: August 2015

    Joshua Whitaker
    27 Aug 2015 | 10:47 am
    You know when your browser has so many tabs open, that you can hardly find the X to close them and Chrome sloughs along like a snorlax going the wrong way on an airport moving sidewalk? Every so often I go through and close out of all the extraneous news stories, editorials, infographics, listicles, tips, wikis, and forums, and I’ve decided that I’ll start dropping the interesting ones here. That means you get to watch with the same fascination as an episode of Hoarders what internet artifacts have been lurking on my desktop. You lucky dog. Tech Industry —Tech companies suffering after…
  • LIVE: Gridscape for Dreamforce ’15

    Jaclyn Rose
    26 Aug 2015 | 1:04 pm
    Remember our Dreamforce Gridscape from last year? Well, we’re bringing it back! G2 Crowd will be heading out west again for Dreamforce 2015 – and we’re bringing our big screens with us. Our DF 2015 Gridscape features software products of Dreamforce sponsors with enough reviews on G2 Crowd. Dreamforce sponsors: the time is now to start collecting reviews! Products are arranged by customer satisfaction and overall market presence. Most importantly, our Gridscape is a real-time visualization of each product’s current standing. The Gridscape will constantly change…
  • Research Recap: August 2015

    Michele Aymold
    25 Aug 2015 | 10:20 am
    G2 Crowd released eight reports this month to help businesses research and purchase the best software solutions for their company. In case you missed one, here’s your second chance to view real-time Grid℠ rankings or purchase the full reports. In addition toGrid℠ rankings, company profiles, and user satisfaction ratings, buyers can take advantage of G2 Crowd’s free Buying Assistant. The Buying Assistant will help you find the right tool for your business by taking into account the functionality you need, the features you want, and your company demographic details to…
  • Stop Buying Software

    Mark Morse
    24 Aug 2015 | 11:59 am
    G2 Crowd is built on a vision that everyone can make better purchase decisions when businesses openly share and learn from each other’s experiences. To that end, we’re shouting a new idea from the roof tops: Stop Buying (the wrong) Software How? Click through Wally’s story below to learn how G2 Crowd is helping businesses find the right software without relying on outdated research and marketing spin found in the old software buying process. Stop Buying The Wrong Software from G2Crowd The post Stop Buying Software appeared first on G2 Crowd.
  • Business Intelligence: The Skin of the Marketing Tech Stack

    Michele Aymold
    21 Aug 2015 | 9:23 am
    The marketing tech stack has evolved to become a carefully orchestrated organism. With each part serving a unique purpose, yet working together to sustain marketing efforts. Not unlike the human body. GoodData shares more on “The Skin,” Business Intelligence. Today’s modern Marketer has so many technologies to understand their customers and measure marketing effectiveness. This explosion of new and innovative tools creates a massive opportunity for companies to create a more personalized buying experience, but also presents a new channel to monetize that data – providing…
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  • Travel Tips for Employees and Their Mobile Devices

    Posted by Keith Poyser
    25 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    Is your office ready for the dog days of summer? Long days, warm weather, the lure of travel, if only to a nearby park or beach—many employees naturally are thinking of escaping the office for time away. For the past year, since the passage of home working legislation in the UK , employees...
  • Finding the Right Balance with the Snooper’s Charter

    Posted by Keith Poyser
    13 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    Since the opening of Parliament, there has been plenty of questions raised over the Communications Data Bill, also known as the ‘Snooper’s Charter’, which would require phone and internet companies to maintain records of people’s internet, email and mobile phone activity,...
  • kiteworks Protects Mobile Device Content from Android MMS Hack

    Posted by Vidhya Ranganathan
    5 Aug 2015 | 12:00 am
    Users of Android smartphones can protect content from an insidious new MMS hack by storing their content in kiteworks , Accellion’s secure mobile content platform. The new hack enables an attacker to take control of any Android smartphone simply by sending a text message to the smartphone...
  • Accellion Positioned as a Leader in Gartner's Enterprise File Sync & Share Magic Quadrant

    Posted by Yorgen Edholm
    23 Jul 2015 | 12:00 am
    We are pleased to announce that we have been positioned as a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharing (EFSS) for the second year in a row. The EFSS market is a competitive and rapidly evolving landscape. It's marked by numerous offerings from a...
  • Personal Convenience Trumps National Security? Lessons for Today’s Enterprises

    Posted by Vidhya Ranganathan
    21 Jul 2015 | 12:00 am
    This week’s news that the head of Homeland Security and 28 senior staffers were using personal email on their Department of Homeland Security work computers , illustrates how lax many organizations are regarding allowing employees to mix personal communications with business. The DHS has...
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  • Google develops second version of Smart Glasses for businesses

    Mary Alleyne
    2 Aug 2015 | 10:56 pm
    Google has, since scrapping an early version of its internet-connected smart glasses in January, developed a second model just for businesses. Known internally as Google Glass Enterprise or “EE” will look largely like its predecessor, with a few slight differences … Continue reading →
  • Russian hackers hide under the guise of Twitter

    Mary Alleyne
    2 Aug 2015 | 10:55 pm
    Russian hackers have now determined a way to utilize Twitter to communicate with malware-infected computers, allowing them to conceal their way into confidential government computer systems. The Financial Times reported that these hackers upload special images to the Twitter site … Continue reading →
  • Obama calls for US to create the world’s fastest computer

    Mary Alleyne
    2 Aug 2015 | 10:54 pm
    US President Obama signed an executive order calling for the US to build the world’s fastest computer by 2025. The supercomputer would be 20 times quicker than the current leading machine, which is in China and would be capable of … Continue reading →
  • Embarking on a new journey to Windows 10

    Mary Alleyne
    2 Aug 2015 | 10:53 pm
    On Wednesday, Microsoft delivered its promise of offering Windows 10 as a free upgrade to Windows 7 and 8 users in 190 countries. Taskbar notifications beckoned eligible users on their migration to Windows 10. While millions began performing their upgrade … Continue reading →
  • Google Listening Software quietly Installed on Computers

    Mary Alleyne
    24 Jun 2015 | 10:03 pm
    Google has been installing listening software on users’ computers without permission via its Chromium browser. According to Privacy Online News, Pirate Party founder Rick Falkvinge claims that Google has been able to listen to audio through a “black box” of … Continue reading →
 
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  • Behind the Scenes of NovoLogic’s Success: Global Capacity’s Distinctive Approach to Customer Service

    13 Aug 2015 | 8:30 am
    Earlier this month we told the unique story of NovoLogic, a self-described “culture agency” that was in need of reliable, high-performance network connectivity in order to improve client training and internal collaboration, among other objectives. With Global Capacity’s support, the organization was able to meet and exceed its goals as the first-ever corporation in Lawrenceville, GA to receive a fiber-optic network backbone - a historic accomplishment for the second oldest city in the state of Georgia. “Working with Global Capacity really does feel like a true partnership,”…
  • Customer Spotlight: NovoLogic Strengthens Service and Makes History with Global Capacity

    6 Aug 2015 | 6:05 am
      NovoLogic is a self-described "culture agency" who has helped fine-tune the culture and brand authenticity of organizations like  Chick-fil-A,  BP, and  University of Phoenix. They know that technology and corporate culture go hand-in-hand, especially in today's world of dispersed teams, virtual meetings, and digital distractions. Ultimately, companies need a technology strategy to connect and engage with employees: a technology strategy that includes communication vehicles like…
  • Choose Your Cloud, Choose Your Network

    21 Jul 2015 | 12:45 pm
    It is estimated that, by 2018, more than 60 percent of organizations will have moved their infrastructure onto cloud platforms. As more enterprises migrate to the cloud, the demands for performance and dependability will rise. The network is one of the key components affecting user experience for cloud users. The throughput of a cloud network will determine how much time it takes a user to transmit data between their servers, while the latency will determine how much delay the user will experience in communicating between their servers.
  • The Role of Connectivity in Revitalizing Commercial Real Estate

    20 Jul 2015 | 10:45 am
    Many regions across the country are seeing a building and redevelopment boom in commercial real estate. Cities like Dallas, where Global Capacity recently launched its metro fiber ring, are seeing growth as new owners are revamping existing towers and creating a multi-faceted city center. Improvements including common area upgrades, new smart utility systems, and modernized technology are attracting tech startups and entrepreneurial firms. Network connectivity also plays a critical role in the real estate boom, whether it is connecting people or machines.
  • Five Keys to Solving Today’s Network Connectivity Challenge

    8 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    Enterprise customers want to be able to easily procure network connectivity for their unique business applications. For example, a connectivity solution for a retailer’s point of sale system at a price point that meets its budget and with a quality of service that meets its expectations. Depending on the business application, however, an enterprise may need multiple access technologies from multiple service providers in order to maximize service levels and performance.
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  • PlexxiPulse—What are your VMworld Predictions?

    Mat Mathews
    28 Aug 2015 | 9:32 am
    If you caught our webinar on Thursday, you know that we believe the success of future networks will be a combination of hardware and software to form a dynamic, application aware, converged network fabric. We covered the evolution of the network as well as a few of our predictions for the future. If you missed it, don’t worry—there will be more to come. In the meantime, I will be at VMworld in San Francisco next week from August 30—September 3. I’m always open to chat about networking at large and how we’re disrupting the networking norm here at Plexxi. Let me know if you’ll be…
  • PlexxiPulse—Join Our Webinar Series

    Mat Mathews
    21 Aug 2015 | 9:24 am
    Thanks to hyperconvergence and virtualization, storage and compute have rapidly evolved over the last decade. Conversely, network architectures have remained virtually unchanged. Here at Plexxi, we believe it’s networking’s turn to innovate through consolidation and convergence. On August 27 from 2:00-3:30 p.m. EST, we’ll be hosting a webinar on how the network can finally keep pace with storage and compute. We’ll take thirty minutes to discuss application centric networking, convergence and how to optimize networks for east/west traffic. You can register here, we hope you can make…
  • PlexxiPulse—CRN’s Top 100

    Mat Mathews
    7 Aug 2015 | 10:30 am
    This week, CRN named Rich Napolitano to their Top 100 list of the IT industry’s foremost channel leaders. The annual list recognizes the efforts of agile decision-makers who play an integral role in evolving the way the channel does business. CRN selects leaders that represent the pre-eminent innovators, influencers, disrupters and channel sales leaders in the IT channel today. Our solutions enable success in the next era of IT as virtualization, hyperconvergence, Big Data and scale-out applications and with Rich’s guidance we are working with great partners to bring our solutions to the…
  • CEO Rich Napolitano Named to the 2015 CRN Top 100 Executives List

    Mike Welts
    4 Aug 2015 | 10:19 am
    We’re thrilled that CEO, Rich Napolitano has been named to CRN®’s Top 100 list of the IT industry’s foremost channel leaders. CRN’s annual list recognizes the efforts of agile decision-makers who play an integral role in evolving the way the channel does business. These 100 leaders, picked by the CRN editorial staff, represent the pre-eminent innovators, influencers, disrupters and channel sales leaders in the IT channel today. Rich has been at the helm of Plexxi since November 2014. He brought with him a simple formula to success: bring high quality and disruptive products to…
  • PlexxiPulse—Partnering with Arrow

    Mat Mathews
    31 Jul 2015 | 11:12 am
    This week, we announced today an exclusive distribution agreement with one of the largest and most innovative distributors in the industry, Arrow Electronics. Under this agreement, Arrow’s Enterprise Computing Business will become the sole distributor of our next-generation networking products and solutions for scale-out applications, agile datacenters and distributed cloud environments. This agreement represents a joint vision that a new generation of Third Platform applications (IoT, Big Data, social, mobile and distributed apps) demand a new software-defined infrastructure to meet the…
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  • Rackspace, Level 3, Hibernia, FTC and Microsoft in this weeks news

    Goran Čandrlić
    25 Aug 2015 | 7:16 am
    Gartner Positions Rackspace in Leaders Quadrant for Cloud Enabled Managed Hosting in North America and Europe Rackspace Hosting, the managed cloud company, announced that Gartner Inc., the IT research and advisory institution, had positioned Rackspace in the Leaders quadrant of “Magic Quadrant for Cloud-Enabled Managed Hosting” once again for both North America and Europe regions. Gartner had assessed 19 providers in North America and Rackspace was only one of the two Companies positioned in Leaders quadrant, on the other hand, Rackspace was one of the 7 European Companies out of 16 that…
  • What CDN users need to know about HTTP/2

    Goran Čandrlić
    21 Aug 2015 | 7:53 am
    In this article we’re gonna cover some essentials CDN users need to know when taking HTTP/2 into account. In order to do that, we first need to explain what HTTP/2 is. image source HTTP/2  is the second major version of the HTTP network protocol used broadly across the web. Its main goal is to decrease latency to improve page load speed in web browsers by considering data compression of HTTP headers, server push technologies, and fixing the head-of-line blocking problem in HTTP 1. This must be done while supporting the common existing use cases of HTTP, such as desktop browsers, mobile…
  • China Hackers Attack American Airlines, OnApp New Features and More News

    Goran Čandrlić
    13 Aug 2015 | 1:50 am
    China-linked hackers reportedly attack American Airlines, Sabre systems China-linked hackers attacked the computer systems of travel reservations distributor Sabre and American Airlines Group. Incidents at the travel companies were consistent with incursions by China-based hackers that recently targeted insurer Anthem Inc and the U.S. government’s personnel office. The China-based hackers reportedly targeted the systems of United Continental Holdings Inc , which the airline detected in May or early June. Image source Sabre, a former American Airlines subsidiary that was spun off in 2000,…
  • Quick Tips for High Performance Images

    Goran Čandrlić
    10 Aug 2015 | 6:49 am
    Images are web’s most precious resource. They simply dominate the internet in terms of info and aesthetics, and are simply invaluble to web based business, or any website on that matter. That’s why the deliverence of high performance images must be one of your top priorities when it comes to building your own site and website maintenance. As of June 2015, images account for 63% of the average web page’s size. This directly means that your site is only as good as the images on it. By “as good” we’re not just talking about the aesthetics, we’re talking…
  • WordPress Speed Optimization – What Can Be Done?

    Goran Čandrlić
    23 Jul 2015 | 6:19 am
    WordPress powers countless websites and can be an invaluable tool to kicking off any business. It is used by more than 23.3% of the top 10 million websites as of January 2015. WordPress is by far the most popular blogging system on the Web, used by more than 60 million websites. This post will explain how to get most out of your WordPress instance in terms of speed and performance optimization combined with some great plugins and some of the best web hosting available, in order to boost your conversion rates and user experience. This is after all, the end purpose of any given website.
 
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  • What Your Business Looks Like Without Multi-Factor Authentication

    24 Aug 2015 | 7:30 am
    Keeping your company safe in the digital age takes a number of measures. However, at some point, they come down to using effective passwords. You can use every kind of firewall and antivirus software imaginable, eventually, someone needs to pick a password that’s going to hold its own. However, if your password security attempts don’t involve multi-factor authentication (MFA), that password isn’t going to do much. 
  • The Hidden Costs of Passwords

    20 Aug 2015 | 7:30 am
  • Top 10 Security Issues with Remote Employees

    17 Aug 2015 | 7:30 am
    With major advancements in mobile technology and network infrastructures, remote employee security has become more critical than ever. Companies all around the world now allow their workforce to perform their duties less from the office, and more from distant locations including a home office, coffee shops, restaurants and hotels while working on the road.
  • Five Tips for the MSP Looking to Offer IDaaS

    10 Aug 2015 | 7:30 am
    Every MSP out there needs to be smart about considering what else they could be doing for their customers. Right now, one of the hottest tickets is IDaaS (Identity management as a Service). Before you begin offering it to your market, though, consider the following.
  • 5 Ways Single Sign On Will Benefit Your Business.

    6 Aug 2015 | 7:30 am
    In the digital age, you need to constantly be on the lookout for ways to improve what your company does. Usually, this means employing the best software the market has to offer. While it can be tricky discerning between fads and essentials, Single Sign On (SSO) software is easy to argue for. Here are five reasons to convince you.
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  • Do You Need Your Ticketing System for Real-Time Incident Management?

    Sam Lewis
    27 Aug 2015 | 7:02 am
    Why Ticketing Systems? Ticketing systems serve a purpose for their users. They keep track of issues, assign items to other people, and order a large input of requests. But using ticket systems can be fraught with issues: a clunky workflow, mired in process, means that users can’t always move and adapt quickly. They have to spend some of their time updating their workflow in the ticketing system, which means less time for dealing with critical issues. They require a rigorous, structured, manual approach that can slow down work in the heat of the moment. Why NOT Ticketing Systems? While…
  • Three Ways to Ramp Up Your Enterprise IT Operations Management

    Sam Lewis
    23 Aug 2015 | 9:45 am
    A well-constructed IT Operations management system will provide fast alert notification, prevent business-critical incidents, and automate the way teams address issues. What we are actually seeing in the field today, however, suggests that most Enterprise companies aren’t seeing these results, and could use some tweaks to their IT Operations  management approach.  According to a recent Forrester thought leadership paper, incident resolution practices are too often tactical and reactive, and this inhibits commercial success. Listed below are some ways to ramp up your IT Incident…
  • It’s a Match! Swipe Incidents with PagerDuty Mobile App Update

    David Shackelford
    20 Aug 2015 | 1:58 pm
    Mobile 4.0 Release Includes Cool New Features Like Swiping to Ack and Cleaner Design Since our first release in early 2013, the PagerDuty iOS and Android apps have been a key part of how we provide powerful incident management capabilities to all of our customers, wherever they are. Almost 50,000 people use our mobile apps every month, and this year, push notifications overtook email as our most-used alerting method: over 2.5 million push alerts monthly. Now, we’re pleased to announce our fourth major mobile release, which brings some significant improvements and updates to the performance…
  • PagerDuty Customer Support & Advocacy Team Wins Stevie® Award

    Sam Lewis
    18 Aug 2015 | 5:59 am
    Team Garners Recognition for Commitment to Customer Success in 12th Annual International Business Awards We here at PagerDuty know the value of customer service. Sure, we have a great product, but we know we need to be able to back that product up with a support team that can help each and every customer get the maximum value out of their purchase. PagerDuty can transform teams, and help more people work together, with more visibility and with a greater ability to achieve Operational Maturity through DevOps. That’s why we are delighted to announce that our Customer Support and Advocacy team…
  • On-Call Best Practices: Page Your Manager

    John Laban
    13 Aug 2015 | 6:51 am
    Having one person on-call isn’t enough. What happens if your on-call engineer sleeps through their alert? What happens if their phone’s battery dies without them knowing, or if they get an alert at a really inconvenient time, like when stuck on a bus or in traffic? It will happen. You need a backup! One or more people, waiting in the wings, ready to spring into action if your primary on-call is criminally negligent unable to perform his or her duties to the best of their abilities at any given time. These backups don’t need to be AS “on-call” as your primary…
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    Information Security Buzz

  • Large Enterprises : “Automate or Suffer the Consequences”

    Carson Sweet
    27 Aug 2015 | 10:00 pm
    The Nexus of Forces has introduced a Nexus of Menace, and security pros must face it head on with automation.Large enterprises have a lot of systems to secure. Some are decrepit legacy ancients operating on long-forgotten voodoo. Others are merely middle aged, quietly thumping along and getting the job done with patches on top of their patches. Still others are brand-spanking new, bleeding-edge cloud and application platforms designed to tackle trouble that hasn’t even been invented yet. Regardless of their generation, all of these systems have vulnerabilities. Some vulnerabilities are…
  • Forced to Reset all Users Password after Major Hack Attack

    Security Experts
    27 Aug 2015 | 9:00 pm
    News has broken that Mumsnet has reset its users’ passwords after a series of attacks, one of which involved armed police being called out to the London home of the parenting site’s co-founder. Hacker gained access to the site’s administrative functions and hijacked some accounts. There had also been an attempt to force Mumsnet offline by swamping it with internet traffic, in a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. Security experts from ESET, Imperva and Proofpoint have the following comments.Igal Zeifman, Senior Digital Strategist at Imperva :“According to news reports…
  • Is the Risk of a Flat Tyre Similar to Cyber Security Risk?

    Belinda Doherty
    27 Aug 2015 | 8:00 pm
    We have all come across scenarios throughout our lives where we have something we know we should be doing but decide it’s not quite a pressing issue- that is until it goes wrong, horribly wrong and we end up wishing we’d done something sooner. This is true for many things; from a car with a slow puncture, a tooth with a wobbly filling or the age old classic of leaving an assignment until the day it’s due. These things don’t NEED to be done immediately, that is until the tyre blows out, the filling comes loose or the assignment becomes a rush job. We have all been there,…
  • Detoxransome the “Hacker”

    Damballa
    27 Aug 2015 | 7:00 pm
    The Bitdefender hackOn July 24th 2015, Detoxransome tried to blackmail Bitdefender in exchange of a portion of their customer base. He threatened the company to leak the data he stole if he doesn’t receive the payment he requested.On Aug, 1st 2015, he gave some details around the reasons why he hacked Bitdefender on a post on Reddit. He was upset because no one paid attention to him after he allegedly hacked Louis Vuitton. Thus, he decided to hack a bigger fish.What Detoxransome was up to before July 24th, 2015We retraced his criminal forum activity back to June 11, 2015. He tried to sell…
  • Revealing 84% Support Eliminating Passwords

    LaunchKey
    27 Aug 2015 | 6:15 pm
    Password-Based Authentication No Longer Capable of Meeting Modern Security DemandsLaunchKey, the leading mobile authentication platform, released findings from a recent survey which found that password-based authentication is no longer capable of meeting the demands of modern information security. According to survey data, an overwhelming 84% of respondents would support eliminating passwords all together. Additionally, more than three-fourths of those surveyed (76%) feel their data would be more secure with an alternative form of verification, with 59% preferring fingerprint scans over…
 
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  • Windows 10 Download From Microsoft Server 100% Working

    16 Aug 2015 | 6:31 am
    Windows 10 is the most popular operating system now a days. Everybody like this Operating system for its style. It is fully free 1 years license but if you have any trouble you have to re install it so that you need to download windows 10 offline img file. If you download windows 10 from Microsoft windows tool so it will be boring because it is so slow. Don't worry i give you Full fresh and new version Windows 10 download link and from Microsoft Server so you can download with resume.Just Go To this Link and Select your EditionSelect Your Product Language Select 32 bit or 64 bit and…
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    If You Have a smart phone so you can earn you mobile balance fully free. Just follow some step & get your free mobile recharge.1. Download This apps2. Sign up with your country code & mobile number3. Go to new offer & download one apps & open it for 30 seconds 4. Click share button & send refferel link on your friend. If your friend sign up & download one apps so you can get you mobile balance. so share your link on Facebook , twitter & others social media. Earn your mobile balance without money. Best of luck
  • Latest Internet Download Manager (IDM) Active In 1 Click

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    Internet Download Manager is a most powerful & useable download manager tool for windows pc. Maximum internet user use it to download anything. As a shareware software, you can use it 30 days trail otherwise you have to buy it. But now you can active IDM without registration key, Keygen, patch or crack. Just follow our post & Use latest idm when new release. Just enjoy...........At first download latest IDM from http://www.internetdownloadmanager.com/download.htmlIf you do not open this page so just click this website & paste idm download link.Download trial download manager &…
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    Sometimes we lost our data from hard disk & we need to recovery them. If we do not have a grateful  recovery software so never we recover our whole data from hard disk. You can recover your lost data without any corrupted. Just try 1st time i am sure sure you love this software for its feature.iCare Data Recovery Standard Edition Reformatted partition, memory card, camera/phone card by accident?Corrupted MBR and cannot find your partition or USB not detected?Accidentally deleted partition, partition lost?Drive became RAW, chkdsk reports not available for raw drives?SHIFT+DELETE,…
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    Now a days Access is a very important office program to create a official or personal database. Maximum people like Microsoft office so that it helps you to learn Ms Access easily. You can learn Ms Access step by step. I hope it is very useful for a computer operator. Just watch or download our video tutorial to learn Ms Access Easily.
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    FactsnFakes

  • Is OnePlus 2 a worthy successor for OnePlus1?

    Vivek
    21 Aug 2015 | 7:40 am
    OnePlus 2 Gadget Review The hottest topic right now, of course, is about the new OnePlusTwo which is very exciting as was its predecessor, the OnePlus One which took the market by storm last year. The question trending now is about how the new iteration builds up on the old one. The OnePlus 1 had a beautiful, classy build and the new iteration stacks up on it by similar but improved aesthetics. The first, most functional and eye-catching difference is that the home button on the front isn’t actually a button that you can press down on, but is one that locates an area for you to put your…
  • Ola vs Uber – The Taxi Startups Of India.

    Vivek
    28 Jul 2015 | 8:57 am
    Ola vs Uber:Taxi Startups of India In one of our previous post we had written about the performance of the two biggest e-commerce websites in India. Today I’m going to write about two of India’s biggest transportation start-ups: Ola and Uber. Both the start ups have been performing extremely well and both of them have  earned themselves lot of returning users. Let us do a comprehensive comparison between the two Taxi giants before we see what the users of Mynit had to say about this. OLA- Started in 2010 they basically brought about a complete change in the way Taxis worked in…
  • The most popular ways to earn money at home.

    Vivek
    8 Jul 2015 | 7:49 am
    The Most Popular ways to earn money at home. “Make easy money online from home” ads pop up more frequently than not when on the internet. For one thing, these ads only exist because there actually are ways to make a nickel or two on the internet. But what they don’t mention is the amount of work that goes into making it actually work. There are a lot of ways to make money online but the problems lies not in the oppurtunities but in the workmanship involved. Fortunately though there quite a few jobs that you can actually really just sit before your lappy and get paid for,…
  • Flipkart vs Amazon: Amazon edges over Flipkart in sales.

    Vivek
    4 Jul 2015 | 6:32 am
    E-commerce in India.  It all started in 2007 when the Bansal brothers famously kick started the E-commerce industry in India. Since then things have hardly been the same for the Indian household. Flipkart is largely credited for this acceleration of E-commerce in India. It was just just the start of it. Later came a variety of other websites those buy and sell goods online. While most of them gained popularity very quick, Flipkart had the advantage of a head start and thus remained undefeated until years after its success. After observing the huge potential in India, Amazon, an already very…
  • Why Buying Real Estate can become a Hassle?

    Sumanth Veera
    20 Jun 2015 | 7:11 pm
    Signing document for new home. Real estate is a product that is in great demand these days. Despite this demand it is very difficult to sell or buy real estate because of the hassles that are associated with the process. Every day one comes to hear about instances where people were swindled or comes across people who are running from pillar to post to get the relevant documents for the plot/ apartment or house. A real estate property deal can become a hassle when it ceases to be a source of happiness and becomes a very stressful process. There are many hidden aspects to a real estate…
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    Certification Magazine

  • All hands on deck: IT security is everyone’s responsibility

    Tyler Wrightson
    26 Aug 2015 | 4:46 pm
    This feature first appeared in the Summer 2015 issue of Certification Magazine. Click here to get your own print or digital copy.When news about data breaches becomes so commonplace that the incidents all seem to blur together, that’s when you know a shift needs to take place within the culture of business. Throwing up your hands and saying, “Well, these things happen,” isn’t going to cut it. These breaches are no longer quiet, isolated incidents perpetrated by bored script kiddies against easy marks — data theft is an incredibly lucrative business, and sophisticated professional…
  • CompTIA says IT hiring is picking up steam

    CertMag Staff
    24 Aug 2015 | 6:02 pm
    As the 2016 presidential election preliminaries heat up, there’s been a fair amount of discussion over the continuing prospects for economic recovery and job growth in the United States. Whether you take a glass-half-empty or glass-half-full perspective on the current state of affairs probably depends in part on your political leanings, but most people would likely agree that the national employment picture in 2015 isn’t as grim as it seemed in 2008 and 2009.Earlier today, some hard data emerged to support that perception. IT industry association CompTIA, which studies all…
  • Ike likes certification: Colombian IT pro on a better career path

    Calvin Harper
    21 Aug 2015 | 6:36 pm
    This feature first appeared in the Summer 2015 issue of Certification Magazine. Click here to get your own print or digital copy.Ike Bowie Britton’s father named him in honor of President, Dwight D. Eisenhower. “My father always said he was a great president,” said Ike. This is perhaps more unusual than it might otherwise seem, because Ike and his family aren’t American citizens, and they don’t even live in the United States — Ike was born and raised on San Andres Island (San Andres) in Colombia.San Andres, approximately 500 miles northwest of the Colombian mainland in the…
  • After 20 years, the Java phenomenon just keeps going

    Nenad Dumanovic
    19 Aug 2015 | 5:52 pm
    This year marks the 20th anniversary of one of the most widely-used programming languages in computing: Java. Given how prolific it continues to be, Java has undoubtedly revolutionized IT and has permeated computing to the point where despite its age, it is still one of the most relevant and highly applicable languages available. To properly understand the impact of Java on computing and its future, it’s important to understand where Java came from, and how (and why) it was conceived of in the first place.HistoryJava was born in the early 1990s out of a frustration with Sun Microsystems’s…
  • 2015 Microsoft Office Specialist World Champions crowned in Dallas

    CertMag Staff
    17 Aug 2015 | 4:25 pm
    PowerPoint 2013 champ Taweelap Suwattanapunkul of Thailand.People are competitive. It’s almost certainly been in our DNA from the beginning. If Early Man had been able to follow neighboring clans on proto-Facebook, or download the latest cuneiform keymap to his clay tablet, then prehistory would probably include cave paintings depicting the rankings of competitors in the annual Trans-Land-Mass Mammoth Hunt and Clifftop Stampede. In 2015, if there’s any means at all of differentiating performance at something, then there’s probably a competition to objectively determine…
 
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  • Install Mac OS X with clover EFI bootloader on ASUS Z87a

    EX
    15 Aug 2015 | 6:08 pm
    Clover is an open source EFI bootloader. clover can do better job than Chameleon, especially on newer UEFI based systems. Using Clover is easy and straightforward. There are tons of documents about how to use clover on Gigabyte motherboards because Gigabyte motherboards usually have less compatibility issues with MAC OS X in the old day. […]
  • Native KeePass client for MAC OS X that support KeePassHTTP - MacPass

    EX
    29 Jul 2015 | 7:48 pm
    Keeps can be used via Mono on OS X but lack of important functionality and not work very well. MacPass is a KeePass compatible password manager for OS X. MacPass is free and open source. Unlike other KeePass for Mac alternatives, MacPass support KeePassHTTP. KeePassHTTP is a KeePass plugin that allows MacPass to connect with […]
  • Disable ASUS Motherboard's UEFI secure boot

    EX
    21 Jul 2015 | 11:18 pm
    Most new ASUS motherboards do not have the option to let users to turn off the UEFI secure boot. The "Secure Boot Enabled" is always greyed out and unable to change that option. Yet, we do have the option to disable the secure boot by clearing secure boot keys. This is reversible so no need […]
  • How to Change or Rename your MAC computer's name in OS X

    EX
    19 Jul 2015 | 5:36 pm
    Your computer's name is the unique name that differentiate itself on a network. If you have more than one MAC and you start sharing things back and forth between your computers, the names of those MACs start to matter. On Mac OS X, changing computer name is extremely easy. How to change it? Just open […]
  • Try out Free New iOS Public Beta Update Without an Invite

    EX
    16 May 2015 | 12:09 am
    Apple has launched the iOS public beta program which allowing anyone in a trial scheme to use the new iOS. This DOES NOT require your iOS device to be jailbroken and you DO NOT need to add your iOS device's UDID to an Apple Developer Account. Install Beta version iOS DOES NOT void the warranty, […]
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    Secure Data Recovery Blog

  • The Psychology Behind Why We Don’t Backup our Data

    Kara Ayers
    3 Aug 2015 | 6:54 pm
    A recent survey by Seagate tells us that 19% of men and 30% of women don’t back up their data. Of these individuals surveyed, a whopping 90% felt their data was valuable but only 10% of people back up theseRead the Entire Article...The post The Psychology Behind Why We Don’t Backup our Data appeared first on Secure Data Recovery Blog.
  • The Best Way to Back Up Digital Photos

    Kara Ayers
    24 Jul 2015 | 12:35 pm
    Wedding pictures Baby pictures And priceless memories…. When a hard drive crashes, it’s often digital photographs that people are most devastated to lose. While we can help recover photos lost in a crash, prevention is the best strategy to avoidRead the Entire Article...The post The Best Way to Back Up Digital Photos appeared first on Secure Data Recovery Blog.
  • How to Protect your Digital Assets

    Kara Ayers
    29 Jun 2015 | 3:06 pm
    Awareness and concern about identity theft, data breaches, and the loss of personal privacy have never been higher. Customers, as well as employees, are rightfully demanding their data be protected. The government and certain industries have also instituted higher thanRead the Entire Article...The post How to Protect your Digital Assets appeared first on Secure Data Recovery Blog.
  • Travel with Tech: 5 Tips for Your Next Trip

    Kara Ayers
    25 Jun 2015 | 9:14 pm
    Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, you’re likely to be packing more than one tech device for your next trip. Phones, tablets, laptops, and even wearable technology carry important and almost always-private data. In addition to remembering those chargers,Read the Entire Article...The post Travel with Tech: 5 Tips for Your Next Trip appeared first on Secure Data Recovery Blog.
  • Top 5 New Apps for the Summer

    Kara Ayers
    31 May 2015 | 9:06 pm
    Summer’s here and we’ve tracked down the newest and most anticipated upcoming iOS apps to help you beat the heat and make the most of the season. Our top 5 list includes apps for work and play. We hope youRead the Entire Article...The post Top 5 New Apps for the Summer appeared first on Secure Data Recovery Blog.
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  • Third Round of Confirmed Speakers for Data Natives 2015

    admin
    27 Aug 2015 | 8:48 am
    To see the first two rounds of conference speakers we announced, check the Data Natives 2015 website! Data Natives, a first-of-its-kind conference for the data-driven generation, is set to bring together the brightest minds in data science and related technologies for a 2-day event in Berlin November 19-20. What’s on
  • IoT, Big Data And Preventative Predictions

    Matt Reaney
    27 Aug 2015 | 7:05 am
    The leading car manufacturers are currently investing huge amounts of money integrating Big Data knowhow into their manufacturing processes. In the future, it will also undoubtedly have a direct impact on the driving experience – and before long your car will drive itself. If your in-car computer tells you that
  • In Search of the “Potential” Data Scientist

    Booz Allen
    26 Aug 2015 | 4:19 am
    Want to find the next great data science guru? Look for flexibility. As demand for data scientists far outstrips the pool of qualified applicants, employers must look elsewhere – to individuals with no experience but high potential. The question: what defines “potential”? Now, an emerging body of work is helping
  • “My role is often more about managing relationships” – Interview with Data Scientist Ian Huston

    Peadar Coyle
    24 Aug 2015 | 3:11 am
    Ian started out as a theoretical physicist, moved into data science a few years ago and is now part of the data science team at Pivotal Labs, the agile software consulting arm of Pivotal. Ian has worked on a variety of customer engagements at Pivotal including catastrophe risk modelling, fashion
  • What is FinTech? The Story of Broken Banks, Innovation, and the Future of Finance

    Julia Neuman
    21 Aug 2015 | 3:02 am
    Since its rise in 2008, Financial Technology, or FinTech, has been disrupting the banking industry, reshaping businesses, and transforming the way consumers manage and use money. Innovators and entrepreneurs are storming what was once considered an inefficient, inflexible arena, and plenty of investors are following close at their heels. Investment
 
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  • Purchasing a New Gadget

    admin
    27 Aug 2015 | 12:14 pm
    You may be in the market for purchasing a new gadget. With modern technology you can buy a faster product, boost your efficiency levels and streamline your news and information consumptions. Before you purchase a new device, follow these helpful tips to for choosing a new gadget. What will you use your new gadget for? […] The post Purchasing a New Gadget appeared first on Geeks On Site.
  • Tools for Learning with Technology

    admin
    20 Aug 2015 | 11:32 am
    In this day and age we don’t just gain knowledge from our surroundings, we are also learning with technology. People all over the world are picking up their electronic devices to learn, whether or not it is their initial intention. Here are some ways you can use technology to gain experience and knowledge. Recordings When […] The post Tools for Learning with Technology appeared first on Geeks On Site.
  • Smart Data Backup Solutions

    admin
    13 Aug 2015 | 9:00 am
    Our computers hold the mysteries of our lives. They contain everything from our work materials to the photos of our children. Everyone has something to lose. This is your opportunity to do something about it; backup your data and protect your files today. Computers can be stolen, destroyed, or just fail over time. Backblaze, a […] The post Smart Data Backup Solutions appeared first on Geeks On Site.
  • Your Guide to the Windows 10 Release

    admin
    23 Jul 2015 | 3:41 pm
    Follow this Windows 10 guide to install your free Windows 10 upgrade when it is released July 29th , 2015. Now is the moment to decide if you will make the upgrade. Are you running Windows 7 or Windows 8.1? Have you been receiving deploys for the update? The “Get Windows 10” application exhibiting the […] The post Your Guide to the Windows 10 Release appeared first on Geeks On Site.
  • Windows 10 Questions

    admin
    16 Jul 2015 | 1:04 pm
    Have your Windows 10 questions accumulated to the point you´re ready to explode? It´s just around the corner; Windows 10 will be launched to the public on July 29th, 2015 and we have everything you need to know. Microsoft is making Windows 10 available to all Windows qualifying devices for free. This offer will be […] The post Windows 10 Questions appeared first on Geeks On Site.
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  • How To Maximize Your App Downloads Instantly?

    Katie Stanfield
    3 Aug 2015 | 5:34 am
    An app developer often feels disillusioned when his app receives a lukewarm response, with only a few or almost no downloads. It can be heartbreaking, as a lot of effort goes into creating and testing an app and then releasing it. Moreover, it is also detrimental to the self-confidence of the developer, who was sure that the app he had created was flawless and unparalleled in its niche. But alas!! With a heavy heart he uses Analytics on his app and monitors downloads it has managed. He keeps repeating the ritual at least 3 times a day, but the results do not seem to improve. Disappointed, he…
  • 21 Mistakes Which Can Cause a Web Designer to Bang His Head against the Wall

    Anna Brown
    12 Jul 2015 | 11:18 pm
    Nobody is perfect. We all make our share of mistakes. A web designer while designing a website can at times go wrong and make mistakes, which he might regret later on. While thinking about such mistakes I started to list a few possible ones, only to realize later that I had accumulated a substantially long list. The mistakes that I listed out were 21. While browsing the internet you will often come across numerous articles which list down mistakes and suggest ways to avoid them. Generally such lists do not exceed more than 10 points. But surprisingly my list had touched 21. So here are those…
  • Developing Games for Apple Watch Might Pose Unique Developer Challenges

    Katie Stanfield
    16 Jun 2015 | 3:26 am
    The Apple watch’s massive success is an indicator that more and more people are getting inclined towards wearable devices. Android watches were the first such devices which were able to generate some amount of curiosity and interest in users with a moderate success. But the phenomenal success of the Apple watch is a clear market sentiment in favour of such wearable devices. Apple inc. has delivered gadget after gadget through the years but the Apple watch is its first wearable device. It is now clear that the game developers focus shall now shift towards smart watches, which was previously…
  • 10 Successful Ways to Recover your Website from Panda Attack

    Anna Brown
    25 May 2015 | 2:24 am
  • 10 Critical Things you need to know before you Start Web Designing Business

    Anna Brown
    22 May 2015 | 2:21 am
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  • Cisco WIC-1DSU-T1-V2 1.544 Mbps T1 DSU/CSU WAN Interface Card

    28 Aug 2015 | 5:03 am
    Vendor: Cisco Type: Routers Price: 25.00 Refurbished Cisco WIC-1DSU-T1-V2 1.544 Mbps T1 DSU/CSU WAN Interface Card Updated T1 WAN Interface Card with Integrated DSU/CSU Simplifies Internet/Intranet Access by Reducing Deployment and Management Tasks. The updated Cisco T1 data service unit/channel service unit (DSU/CSU) WAN Interface Card (WIC) is an integrated, fully managed DSU/CSU for T1 or fractional T1 service. The WIC-1DSU-T1-V2 is an updated version of the WIC-1DSU-T1, offering additional supported features with the same performance. The Cisco T1 DSU/CSU WIC is supported on the Cisco…
  • Dell PowerVault LTO-3-060 Half Height External LTO 3 Ultrium 400 GB / 800 SCSI LVD Tape Drive

    28 Aug 2015 | 3:23 am
    Vendor: Dell Type: Tape Drives Price: 200.00 Refurbished Dell PowerVault LTO-3-060 Half Height External LTO 3 Ultrium 400 GB / 800 SCSI LVD Tape Drive The 400/800 GB LTO3-060 Half-Height Internal Tape Drive from Dell is a high-capacity data storage device that is designed backup and restore data, and archive and retrieve files in an Open Systems environment. It offers a formatted cartridge capacity of up to 400 GB (800 GB assuming 2:1 compression ratio) and a native data transfer rate of 60 MBps across an Ultra160 SCSI LVD interface. In addition, this drive offers read compatibility with…
  • Cisco WIC-1AM-V2 Integrated V.92 Modem WAN Interface Card

    28 Aug 2015 | 3:20 am
    Vendor: Cisco Type: Routers Price: 25.00 Refurbished Cisco Integrated V.92 Modem WAN Interface Card One- and two-port analog modem WAN interface cards (WICs; part numbers WIC-1AM-V2 and WIC-2AM-V2) are now available for the award-winning Cisco 1800, 2600XM, 2691, 2800, 3700, and 3800 Series modular router platforms. The new version of these cards expands the already extensive range of WICs currently available for these routers (Figure 1). The interface cards provide cost-effective basic telephone service connectivity to allow remote router management, asynchronous dial-on-demand routing (DDR)…
  • Cisco IronPort Web Security Appliance S160 SMU 1000 User Content Filter

    28 Aug 2015 | 3:14 am
    Vendor: Cisco Type: Security Appliances Price: 250.00 Refurbished Cisco IronPort Web Security Appliance S160 SMU 1000 User Content Filter Industrial Strength Web Security The challenge of securing and controlling web traffic is continually growing and changing. The security risk is real, with web-based malware posing a rapidly growing threat that is responsible for significant business downtime, productivity loss and resource strain on IT infrastructure. Businesses need control to understand when, where and how their employees are using the Internet. Additionally, even branch and remote…
  • Cisco Catalyst WS-C3550-12G 12 Port 1 Gbps Switch 10x WS-G5484 GBIC & Rack Mount

    28 Aug 2015 | 3:12 am
    Vendor: Cisco Type: Network Switches Price: 75.00 Refurbished Cisco Catalyst WS-C3550-12G 12 Port 1 Gbps Switch 10x WS-G5484 GBIC & Rack Mount The Cisco Catalyst 3550 Series Switches are a line of enterprise-class, stackable, multilayer switches that provide high availability, security, and quality of service (QoS) to enhance the operation of the network. With a range of Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet configurations, the Cisco Catalyst 3550 Series can serve as both a powerful access-layer switch for medium-sized enterprise wiring closets and as a backbone switch for midsized networks.
 
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  • IT Operations: To Outsource or Not to Outsource?

    Roy Goffer
    20 Aug 2015 | 12:44 am
    Moving all or a portion of IT operations into the hands of a Managed Service Provider (MSP) can help certain organizations save time and money, but some IT executives are concerned it could lead to loss of visibility and control. What should you know before you make the outsourcing decision?
  • The Seven Habits of Effective IT Executives

    Roy Goffer
    11 Aug 2015 | 8:44 am
    Most of you have probably read Stephen Covey’s top-seller, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. But how do these principles apply to the specific challenges IT executives face today? Read my variations on the original habits.
  • Are Your IT Analytics Solving Yesterday’s Problems?

    Roy Goffer
    4 Aug 2015 | 7:57 am
    Analyzing and solving past events is obviously important, but not enough in today’s fast moving IT environment. Being able to predict how changes in your current state would impact the future in terms of operational stability and availability becomes even more critical. Are you concentrated on solving yesterday's problems?
  • Is It The End of “Five Nines” Availability?

    Roy Goffer
    21 Jul 2015 | 12:37 pm
    In the days of Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS), offering 99.999% reliability was a common thing by the phone company. But do you think that “five nines” availability is still a realistic expectation in today’s environment?
  • The Day After: What should United, NYSE, WSJ Do Next?

    Roy Goffer
    9 Jul 2015 | 6:07 am
    Yesterday, United Airlines, the NY Stock Exchange, and the Wall Street Journal experienced outages that were very public, prolonged, and painful. So what should United, NYSE, WSJ do next? Even more importantly, what should you do?
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  • How To Use The SQL Developer Export Connections With Passwords Function

    Ben
    13 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    Oracle’s SQL Developer tool lets you export a list of connections that you have created. This is great for saving time for your team. Learn how you can do that in this article.Why Export Connections?First of all, why would you want to export your connections?There are a few reasons I can think of.Keep a separate file that contains your connections in case your computer crashesSave time setting up your computer if you get a new oneSharing common connections with the rest of the team so they can easily import and use the same connectionsLet’s take a look at how to export connections…
  • 20 Things Every Computer Science Graduate Should Know Before Starting a Job

    Ben
    10 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    You’ve completed your Computer Science degree and have got yourself a job. Well done! Welcome to the real world! Now, there are a few things you should know before starting your first day, which I’ve listed in this article.1 – The Days Can Be LongFinishing a Computer Science degree will often lead you into a software development-related role. There are usually standard hours for this kind of role, which is something like 9AM to 5PM. The actual hours may be slightly different, but in general, it’s an 8 hour day.That’s a long time to be at work if you’re new…
  • Oracle ADD_MONTHS Function with Examples

    Ben
    6 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    In this article, I’ll explain how the very useful ADD_MONTHS function works and use some examples.Purpose of the Oracle ADD_MONTHS FunctionThe purpose of the Oracle ADD_MONTHS function is to add a specified number of months to a date, and return another month. SyntaxThe syntax of the ADD_MONTHS function is:ADD_MONTHS ( input_date, number_months )The function returns a DATE value. ParametersThe parameters of the ADD_MONTHS function are:input_date (mandatory): This is the starting date, or the date that you will add a number of months to.number_months (mandatory): This is an…
  • How To Use the SQL Developer Format SQL Options

    Ben
    5 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    In this article, I’ll explain what formatting SQL is, and how to find the SQL Developer Format SQL options.What Is SQL Formatting?SQL formatting is the process of neatly arranging your code to make it more readable.When you write SQL, the format of the code is not relevant to the database. By this, I mean that the SQL statement will execute if the syntax is correct and the formatting is terrible.Formatting the SQL code will clean up the line breaks, indentation, capitalisation, and overall look of your SQL.You can do this manually, or automatically, in SQL Developer. We’ll discuss…
  • 4 Things To Do If a Your Teammate Is Slowing The Team Down

    Ben
    3 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    Do you have a team member that seems to be slowing the team down and not “pulling their weight” to get things done? Learn what you can do about it in this article.This is a common problem when working in teams.There are a few of you working on the one project, trying to get it all done before the deadline. You’ve all got work allocated to you, you’re discussing how to solve the problems you’re having, and trying to get your code done and ready for testing.But, there’s one person in the team that seems to be quite a bit slower than the rest. They are not…
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  • Facebook’s Billion-User Day: What the Heck Was Everyone Doing Online?

    Verma
    28 Aug 2015 | 12:41 pm
    Monday marked the first time Facebook served one billion users in a single day. So what types of activities were these Facebookers engaging in on the special day? Source:: Tech news        The post Facebook’s Billion-User Day: What the Heck Was Everyone Doing Online? appeared first on Tutorial4u.
  • Google to Hit Pause on Flash Ads in Chrome on September 1

    Verma
    28 Aug 2015 | 10:56 am
    Google will hammer one more nail in Flash’s coffin with a feature that will soon prevent many Flash ads from displaying in Chrome desktop. Source:: Tech news        The post Google to Hit Pause on Flash Ads in Chrome on September 1 appeared first on Tutorial4u.
  • What It’s Really Like to Buy a Tesla

    Verma
    28 Aug 2015 | 10:26 am
    There’s so much hype surrounding Tesla, but how do you actually go about buying one? We decided to find out. Source:: Tech news        The post What It’s Really Like to Buy a Tesla appeared first on Tutorial4u.
  • How to Upgrade Your Image (Without Losing Your Shirt)

    Verma
    28 Aug 2015 | 10:04 am
    One unexpected consequence of taking your kids back to school: You can become really self-conscious about the image you’re presenting to the rest of the world. Here are three deals that’ll help you give yourself a little fall makeover. Source:: Tech news        The post How to Upgrade Your Image (Without Losing Your Shirt) appeared first on Tutorial4u.
  • Ashley Madison CEO Steps Down in Wake of Hacking

    Verma
    28 Aug 2015 | 9:40 am
    The CEO of the company that runs adultery website Ashley Madison is stepping down in the wake of the massive breach of the company’s computer systems and outing of millions of its members. Source:: Tech news        The post Ashley Madison CEO Steps Down in Wake of Hacking appeared first on Tutorial4u.
 
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  • What today’s healthcare applications need

    Serro Marketing
    12 Aug 2015 | 9:14 am
    There’s a new type of medical technology on the market today that advances the processing of human genomes by what seems like light years. This ultra-fast genetic sequencing machine is capable of sequencing 18,000 human genomes a year at just $1,000 to $1,500 per genome. To put this amazing advancement in perspective, consider that it took more than 10 years and about $1 billion to first sequence a single human genome—a project that was completed just over a decade ago in 2003. As reported by Michele Munz in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, “The massive increase in speed and drop in…
  • Managed Services: A Tale of Two Networks

    Serro Marketing
    8 Jun 2015 | 9:30 pm
    In today’s hyper-efficient, first-to-market, streamlined economy, cutting edge is extremely important for many companies. One great way to gain a competitive advantage is to use a managed services provider to outsource a company’s IT functions. What? Relinquish control of IT? Yes. If a company specializes in providing information technology products or services, then it makes sense for it to have its IT in-house. That is its bread and butter, after all. Any company that doesn’t identify itself as an IT provider should consider turning to managed services. That leaves the company…
  • The Benefits of NFV (Network Functions Virtualization)

    Serro Marketing
    25 May 2015 | 9:43 pm
    NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) is a new way to design, deploy, and manage networking services by decoupling the functions to run in software. It supports a fully virtualized infrastructure and is applicable to any data plane processing or control plane function, in either wired or wireless environments. Despite its relative infancy, NFV has become increasingly popular in the past few years. Its origin comes from a white paper published in 2012 at an SDN conference in Germany. The publishing group, “Network Functions Virtualisation” was part of the European Telecommunications…
  • How Cloud-based Monitoring Helps Businesses

    Serro Marketing
    2 Mar 2015 | 1:47 pm
    Maybe you have heard of cloud-based monitoring, but you aren’t totally sure what it is. You’ve heard good things about it, but you don’t quite see how it helps anyone. You know that cloud computing isn’t just running computers in the sky, but that’s about it. Welcome to the club. But this post is here to give you a primer into what cloud-based monitoring is and more importantly, how it can be really helpful for businesses. Let’s use an example. Let’s say you own and operate a retail store, and you frequently communicate with other stores like yours as well as the corporate HQ.
  • Hugging it Out in the Channel

    Serro Marketing
    4 Feb 2015 | 7:48 pm
    “If everything seems under control, you’re just not going fast enough.” –Mario Andretti We live in a world that’s moving at unprecedented speeds.  As we strive to meet our goals and objectives it could be argued that conflict is impossible to avoid. Conflict is defined as any situation in which incompatible goals, attitudes, emotions, or behaviors lead to a disagreement or opposition between two or more individuals, such as employees or your business partners. If you have avoided conflicts in your life, some would say you are going hard enough. So now that we have…
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    iMOBDEV Technology Pvt. Ltd.

  • Android M is Marshmallow Now: Google Android Update

    imdtech
    20 Aug 2015 | 4:31 am
    The saga of Sugary treats continues! Finally google has revealed the name of it’s much awaited Android 6.0 “M” as “Marshmallow”. On seventeenth August, Monday evening, Google has chosen to uncover the name of its most recent Android version. Much the same as it has been done during past time, the fresh Android version also have a sweet name; following Google’s traditions starting from the first version called Cupcake. This was followed by Donut, Éclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, KitKat, and Lollipop. Now its a time when you can at last…
  • Useful android developer tools to get associated with

    imdtech
    17 Aug 2015 | 12:29 am
    Utilize Tools that Provides you a commanding as well as integrated surroundings for development of Android Apps. Also design the interface as well as perform testing on different functionalities. Android development tools As the use of Android has grown around the world, more developers are deciding to construct applications for the platform. If you begin with development of Android apps, at the start you need Android SDK, Eclipse as well as ADT-Android Development Tools plugin. It is absolutely a concern of developers to appropriately configure these all three components to work together.
  • Magento eCommerce website development – Open up doors for revenue generation

    imdtech
    7 Aug 2015 | 4:08 am
    If you want to get the best ecommerce website development, Magento is there for you to leverage the benefits out of it. Every single year brings something extraordinary as well as beneficial in all aspect of life. ECommerce business sector is no exemption in this. Its turn out to be easier than ever for businessperson’s to begin with an eCommerce store. All physical proprietors are presently exchanging their organizations online to make brand acclaimed universally. It is great as well as very cost effective method for the investment of Magento eCommerce website development. Amongst the…
  • @ GITEX Dubai 2015, iMOBDEV is ready to represent future of technology

    imdtech
    30 Jul 2015 | 11:55 pm
    Take your official visit with iMOBDEV Technologies at GITEX Technology Week Dubai, 2015 to signify smarter world of IT, from 18-22 October at DWTC (Dubai World Trade Centre). GITEX Dubai could be a unique as well as prestigious computer and electronic trade show, exhibition and we can say conference also, which take place in Dubai, UAE at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) every year. From the origin in 1981, GITEX has become one of the greatest and significant events which take place on the globe. On this 35th anniversary edition, GITEX 2015 offers quickly growing internet of thing and keen…
  • iMOBDEV celebrates on 6 delightful years of Journey

    imdtech
    22 Jul 2015 | 4:59 am
    It is hard to believe it’s been 6 years already done for iMOBDEV Technologies in the journey of its feat. iMOBDEV Technologies Pvt. Ltd. is a prominent offshore software Development Company situated in India and serving customers very satisfactorily across each corner of the world. Before 6 years, iMOBDEV Technologies arisen with a great vision and with a small group of individuals we had started our journey towards the IT trade. The success we perused is just beyond our expectations. It’s a great outcome of our efforts which we delivered with 100% honesty and dedication. Now iMOBDEV…
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  • Are Your Bank Details Safe with Apple Pay?

    Birchenall Howden
    20 Aug 2015 | 7:25 am
    Are your bank details secure on your Apple device? We take a look at how to safe-guard your data when using Apple Pay…For those of you out of the loop, Apple Pay is a contactless payment system, which allows you to pay at card readers using your iPhone or Apple Watch. You just need to hover your device over the payment reader and your payment will be taken in a matter of seconds. No fuss. More details on how to use Apple Pay can be found here.One of the main worries that people have about using Apple Pay is whether their card details will be safe if their iPhone or watch is lost or stolen.
  • Are we in the Post-PC era?

    Birchenall Howden
    13 Aug 2015 | 4:54 am
    OFCOM recently announced that smartphones have overtaken laptops and desktops as the No. 1 way that British people access the internet.This probably won’t come as a surprise. After all, we have our phones in our pockets all day. They’re the first thing we check in the morning, mobile internet speeds are becoming increasingly fast and reliable, and nearly every large company has a mobile-friendly website or its own app. In comparison, our PCs can appear cumbersome and outdated. Does that mean we’re in the Post–PC era?It’s a trendy term. ‘Post-PC’ was made popular by Apple at its…
  • Windows 10: An Overview

    Birchenall Howden
    29 Jul 2015 | 2:49 am
    July 29th: Windows 10 is released It’s no secret that Windows 8 wasn’t the best received update of all time.Windows had banked on touch screens becoming universally adopted, so the Windows 8 start menu had been designed with this in mind. On tablets, the tiled start menu was user-friendly and well received – but on laptops and PCs, with the majority of users still using a mouse and keyboard, the interface was downright frustrating.The result was terrible for Microsoft; users and developers alike slated the system. With the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft are hoping to fix all…
  • Apple and Soft Power

    Birchenall Howden
    20 Jul 2015 | 4:52 am
    After the release of the Apple Music service and the Beats 1 radio station, are we about to see Apple venture into mainstream media?The BBC world service is a huge asset to the UK, demonstrating what is known as “soft power”. Away from economic or military power, soft power is an ability to attract support in a more covert way. The BBC World Service is an important tool for the country as it is a freely accessible, global news service which allows news and information to be framed in any way the BBC chooses. Ideas and facts are able to be presented in a UK-leaning way, meaning that…
  • Apple Pay launches in the UK

    Birchenall Howden
    14 Jul 2015 | 3:29 am
    When Apple Pay launched in the US last  year, we blogged about what the implications will be for consumers and retailers when it makes it way across the Atlantic.Today, Apple Pay has finally arrived in the UK, compatible with the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch. It works with any card reader that currently takes contactless payments, and is supported by many major UK banks (with more to be added this autumn.) How to set it upMake sure the latest iOS is installed; this should be iOS 8.4Go to the ‘Passbook’ app – this is one of your default apps.Follow…
 
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    Wiredify: Blogging for IT engineers

  • React Native with Reflux

    19 Aug 2015 | 4:22 pm
    I like Flux and I had used vanilla Flux which is Facebook's implementation. After writing with this, I found some tasks are redundant. For example, need to edit action, constants and stores every time when I introduce an event. The issue is that I encountered compile error(or I should say runtime ...
  • Use babel-eslint on Atom editor for React Native

    18 Aug 2015 | 4:41 pm
    I'm using Atom editor to write codes and when I write React Native which es6 and 7 are used, my lint on Atom complains. In such a case, use linter-eslint Atom package and babel-eslint.You can install them with their README....
  • React-Native with babelrc

    17 Aug 2015 | 6:07 pm
    I can't find document to explain how to use babelrc in React-Native. It has a github issue but not explain the how.I found it's very simple. It's loading from $HOME/.babelrc. I wanted to enable es6.modules to use import/export sentences instead of require. So, I created $HOME/.babelrc with the fo...
  • React Native - Router for Login status using Navigator

    16 Aug 2015 | 5:55 pm
    On the first view that the app shows, I wanted to check user has been logged in or not. And if user has been logged in, then go to TabBarView and if not, then go to FacebookLoginView. I did some research and use Navigator components to handle this. Here is the code:And you just need to update state....
  • Test Driven Development: Introducing `should_a` gem

    9 Aug 2015 | 5:53 am
    Suppose you are trying to test that if a particular field/column doesn't exist, the model should generate a presence error. On a regular basis, you would do something like:We just created a user, re-assigned first_name to be nil, and then called the function valid? on it. Now, it should successfully...
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    Go2Group

  • How-to series: Becoming an Atlassian geek

    Timothy Chin
    4 Aug 2015 | 7:20 pm
    Do you want to become an Atlassian geek? Here’s how you can raise your profile (and maybe even include your newly demonstrated Atlassian expertise on your resume). Basic: Introductory, 101 guides To be an Atlassian geek, you will need to understand as much as possible (hopefully everything) about Atlassian products. The introductory “101 guides” will help [...] The post How-to series: Becoming an Atlassian geek appeared first on Go2Group.
  • ALM integration options from least to most effective

    Doug Bass
    30 Jul 2015 | 12:25 am
    The use of multiple application lifecycle management (ALM) systems can lower user productivity and create errors. There are several ways to connect and integrate multiple ALM systems. Here’s a list of integration options for unifying multiple ALM systems, in the fashion of a military ranking scale. The list begins with the do-nothing, integration-less approach and culminates with the [...] The post ALM integration options from least to most effective appeared first on Go2Group.
  • Tips and tricks series: Getting started with Atlassian’s JIRA Portfolio in five easy steps

    Hal Prather
    27 Jul 2015 | 2:01 am
    Atlassian’s JIRA Portfolio is a project and portfolio management (PPM) tool that provides a single, accurate view for planning and managing initiatives across multiple teams and projects in JIRA. One of the latest plugins for JIRA, it is gaining traction in the enterprise. JIRA Portfolio is available as an add-on for JIRA Server, Cloud, and Data Center. [...] The post Tips and tricks series: Getting started with Atlassian’s JIRA Portfolio in five easy steps appeared first on Go2Group.
  • How HP transformed a testing product into a full-fledged ALM suite

    Rich Hale
    24 Jul 2015 | 2:08 pm
    The HP Discover 2015 conference prompted me to do a write-up on the evolution of HP’s application lifecycle management offerings. In a previous blog post, we pointed our IT audience towards several independent, third-party websites that provide unbiased product reviews for product categories, including application lifecycle management. This post only looks at HP’s line of application [...] The post How HP transformed a testing product into a full-fledged ALM suite appeared first on Go2Group.
  • Troubleshooting series: Linking multiple Atlassian applications with SSLv3

    Timothy Chin
    21 Jul 2015 | 11:49 am
    Background If you are using more than one Atlassian application, chances are that you are using application linking to tie the applications together. Atlassian’s Application Links, referred to as AppLinks, is a bundled Atlassian add-on that allows users to link together different applications within the Atlassian suite. AppLinks allows users to share information across linked [...] The post Troubleshooting series: Linking multiple Atlassian applications with SSLv3 appeared first on Go2Group.
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