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Shippable Rises to ALM Challenge for Docker Containers

10 Sep, 2014

Anything that is designed from the ground up to allow developers and IT operations teams to finally get out of each other’s way is certainly worthy of additional investigation.

‘Vanished’ Foreigners in U.S. on Student Visas Raise IT Job Concerns

09 Sep, 2014

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has confirmed that it has lost track of more than 6,000 foreign nationals who have come to this country on student visas.

Buying, Supporting, Maintaining Software and Equipment

09 Sep, 2014

This excerpt from chapter 2 deals with contracting for maintenance for both hardware and software purposes in the initial negotiation.

Highlight Soft Skills Along with IT Expertise

08 Sep, 2014

Communication skills, a strong work ethic, problem-solving ability and adaptability are just some of the skill sets that hiring managers in IT seek in job candidates, no matter their technical credentials.

Voice Services Still Making Themselves Heard

08 Sep, 2014

In almost all respects, voice has become just another thing offered by cable, cellular and phone companies, but it's still making news.

The Many Layers of the iCloud Hack

08 Sep, 2014

Experts across the security industry say multiple failures in strategy led to this breach, and Apple isn't doing enough.

The Hyperscale Trickle-Down Effect

05 Sep, 2014

Even though true hyperscale may not be in your future, there will still be a strong desire to broaden capabilities without expanding the infrastructure footprint.

FCC’s Wheeler Wants More Competition, Faster Speeds

05 Sep, 2014

News this week included talk about speeds from FCC Chairman Wheeler, apps for safety, G.fast in the last mile and quantum computing.

DataStax Raises $106M to Drive Cassandra Database Adoption

05 Sep, 2014

DataStax intends to work with partners to make Cassandra more widely available as a service in the cloud.

A Snapshot of Dell’s Transformation

04 Sep, 2014

Analyst Rob Enderle sees and hears passion coming from Dell now, something he thought had been lost in the tech industry in recent years.

Female CEO on Business Culture: ‘Life’s Too Short for a Bunch of …’

04 Sep, 2014

PeopleFoundry CEO and Founder Michelle Joseph acknowledges challenges in female leadership, but prefers to maximize the advantages, to benefit her employees and clients.

Positive, Negative Pressures on Millennials’ Career Prospects

03 Sep, 2014

The attitudes of Millennials toward work and their employers are under the microscope, along with their effect on the companies that take them on.

Questioning the Assumptions in Predictive Analytics

03 Sep, 2014

An analytics expert recommends that business leaders ask some serious questions about what’s going on behind the predictive analytics curtain.

VMware Links Windows Desktop for the Mac to vSphere

03 Sep, 2014

VMware is betting that rather than bouncing from one management console to another, IT organizations will prefer to manage all virtual desktops under a common management framework.

Nude Photo Scandal: Apple Gives BlackBerry an Early Christmas Present

02 Sep, 2014

BlackBerry just needs to position its solutions against the problem and become the White Knight that this highly visible segment needs at the moment.

Whitebox Security Uses Crowdsourcing to Give IT Governance Control

02 Sep, 2014

Whitebox Security, within its WhiteOPS governance software, makes available crowdsourcing techniques to allow IT organizations to query end users to determine who owns the data they are accessing.

Female Tech CEO on Quest to Dispel Myths About IT

02 Sep, 2014

A female CEO discusses IT myths and stereotypes along with gender imbalances in the world of  IT services.

Questions Surround Presumed Dairy Queen Data Breach

01 Sep, 2014

Rumblings of a Dairy Queen data breach reveal the tricky relationship among franchises, parent companies and network security.

Inspur Moves to Power Opening Up x86/Power Server Battleground

27 Aug, 2014

The server market is breaking out and now a pitched battle between IBM and Intel could mean the end of SPARC and Itanium.

Female Entrepreneur Forges New Model to Recruit Tech Talent

26 Aug, 2014

CEO of PeopleFoundry explains their new tech recruiting model that cuts down the price of paying to find solid tech talent.

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