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In most data centers, DCIM rests on a shaky foundation of manual record keeping and scattered documentation. OpManager replaces data center documentation with a single repository for data, QRCodes for asset tracking, accurate 3D mapping of asset locations, and a configuration management database (CMDB). In this webcast, sponsored by ManageEngine, you will see how a real-world datacenter mapping stored in racktables gets imported into OpManager, which then provides a 3D visualization of where assets actually are. You'll also see how the QR Code generator helps you make the link between real assets and the monitoring world, and how the layered CMDB provides a single point of view for all your configuration data.

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Cyberbullying Common, More So At Facebook And MySpace

About a third of all teen Internet users say they've been bullied online, according to a report issued today by the nonprofit Pew Internet & American Life Project.

Online harassment, or cyberbullying, ranges from insignificant annoyances to genuine threats, the report said, noting that girls and members of social networking sites reported being the target of such persecution more frequently than others.

The most common form of online harassment was the forwarding of messages presumed to be private, experienced by 15% of teens surveyed. About 13% of teens said someone had spread a rumor about them online. An equal number reported receiving a threatening or aggressive e-mail, IM, or text message. Some 6% acknowledged that someone had posted an embarrassing picture without permission.

Despite the apparent prevalence of online harassment, 67% of teens said offline bullying was more common than the online variety.

Girls reported cyberbullying more often than boys (38% vs. 26%). Whether girls are more willing than boys to report such incidents, the report does not say.


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