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Thanks to the @$%&#@)(%# downtime on the blog the past day or so, we weren't able to let you know until now that the new issue for October 30th is online. Hopefully you stumbled upon it yourself. This issue features...

Thanks to the @$%&#@)(%# downtime on the blog the past day or so, we weren't able to let you know until now that the new issue for October 30th is online. Hopefully you stumbled upon it yourself.

This issue features a special article -- our second-annual reader survey. Over 2,000 IT professionals answered the call of our survey this past summer, and we're sharing the results with you. From what it sounds like, IT folkas are afraid of what might happen if they lose even one more co-worker, and they see their career paths stalling. Despite that, however -- optimism prevails.

In addition, our editors take a look at the merger of wireless LANs and voice over IP, our workshop examines SAML -- or the Security Assertion Markup Language, and much more!

As always, you can grab the entire contents of the new issue from our RSS feed.

Enjoy the rest of the week!

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