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Between The Lines Columnist Windows 8 Server: Hands-On First Impressions
By Randy George
Microsoft talks up every release of Windows Server as the best ever. But based on our first experience with Windows 8 Server, some key changes deserve your attention.

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LulzSec Reborn Claims Military Dating Site Hack
Hacktivists exposed details of 170,000 people on militarysingles.com, as the LulzSec reboot appears to be gaining steam.

Dear FTC: Privacy Power Trumps Privacy Rules
As it tackles consumer data privacy, the FTC needs to think less about limiting what companies can do, and more about empowering consumers themselves.

Does Microsoft Know Best?
Microsoft, RIM and HP are among the vendors increasingly taking a "works best with our stuff" approach for new products. Consider what that means for your IT strategy.

Enterprise Connect: Mobile Unified Communications Still Hard
Adoption of mobile unified communications technologies is happening faster in the consumer market than the enterprise. Here's why.

Computing Cartels Shake Up IT Purchasing
Massive firms with global reach will emerge during the next 10 years, offering optimized stacks of computing capability on a pay-per-use basis.

Parlez-Vous CIA? Agency Website Speaks 5 Languages
CIA.gov now available in Arabic, French, Spanish, Chinese, and Russian.

BATS Blames Software Bug For Trading Outage
Stock exchange operator BATS Global Markets says "freak one-time event" that interrupted trading of Apple shares on Friday boiled down to an error in an order-matching program.

QUOTE OF THE DAY
If you can't sleep, then get up and do something instead of lying there worrying. It's the worry that gets you, not the lack of sleep. -- Dale Carnegie

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Research: 2012 IT Salary Survey, BI/Analytics
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Planning Security Budgets: Quantify the Financial Risk of DDoS
Size, frequency and complexity of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are all on the rise, making data center security and availability a top concern for most enterprises. IT security managers have the difficult task of assessing the threat landscape and allocating limited funds to minimize their exposure to DDoS attacks. This paper offers guidelines for setting security budget priorities, based on risk and consequences of an attack on your business operations.
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The Cloud Signaling Coalition: ISPs and Enterprises Working Together to Block the Evolving DDoS Threat
As distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks escalate in size and complexity, their detection and mitigation requires the collaboration of all stakeholders - from the enterprise to the service provider. This white paper examines how cloud signaling works and how its faster, automated approach to DDoS mitigation benefits both enterprise data centers and managed security service providers (MSSPs.)
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Robot Jellyfish May Be Underwater Spy Of Future
Jellyfish-like robot, developed with Navy funds, refuels itself with hydrogen and oxygen extracted from the sea. The goal: Perpetual ocean surveillance.

Google Ordered To Delete Defamatory Autocompletions
Google says Japanese court issues limited demand that covers a specific set of queries affecting a single plaintiff.

NASA's Blue Marble: 50 Years Of Earth Images
NASA's Earth-observing satellites help scientists render photo-like composite images with unprecedented detail. Take a look, from the earliest attempts to the newest stunners.

8 CEOs Speak: IT Projects That Matter Most
When does tech really get the CEO's attention? Listen as CEOs from Lowe's, Coke, and other companies explain the tech projects that are indispensable to business goals.

Google Chrome Extensions: 6 Security Facts
Malicious Chrome extensions, once they have a toehold on your computer, can wreak havoc via your browser. Understand the security implications.


 

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8 CEOs Speak: IT Projects That Matter Most
When does tech really get the CEO's attention? Listen as CEOs from Lowe's, Coke, and other companies explain the tech projects that are indispensable to business goals.   View Now

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IBM Watson To Fight Cancer
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and IBM have agreed to collaborate on the development of a powerful tool built upon the Watson natural language processing computer system to provide improved cancer diagnostics.   Watch

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InformationWeek 500 2012: Call For Nominations!
We've started accepting nominations for this year's InformationWeek 500 -- our 24th annual ranking of the nation's very best business technology innovators. Orgs with $250 million or more in revenue may apply now!
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