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With Cloud, What You Don't Know Can Hurt You

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TOP STORY: With Cloud, What You Don't Know Can Hurt You

MORE NEWS: Botnets, Hacked Credit Cards Selling At Bargain Prices

ANALYTIC REPORT: State Of Enterprise Storage Report

WHITEPAPER: IPv4 Address Pool Will Run Dry: Network Management Whitepaper

SLIDESHOW: Inside Joomla 1.6: Improved Access Control, Categories

VIDEO: Tutorial: 10 Steps To Mobile Worker Support

BLOG: SMB Security Means Putting Policy First

WEBCAST: Tips and Tricks on Memory Management in Virtualized Environments

RESOURCES: Plugging The Leaks: Finding And Fixing The Security Holes In Your Enterprise

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Monday, January 24, 2011


"The first step to getting the things you want out of life is this: Decide what you want." -- Ben Stein



With Cloud, What You Don't Know Can Hurt You

Inevitably, cloud announcements, like Amazon's introduction of Elastic Beanstalk, sound good, but there are limits.


6 Ways To Fail In The Cloud

Private Clouds Taking Off


Botnets, Hacked Credit Cards Selling At Bargain Prices

Cybercrime black market emphasizes entrepreneurialism and customer service, with money buying just about anything, finds Panda Security report.

Global CIO: IBM Zings Oracle And HP Over Limited Vision

Calling Oracle "a one-trick pony" and saying HP's failed to invest wisely, IBM's hardware chief says IBM's surging hardware revenue is a sign of things to come.

IBM Workers Get $1,000 Stock Bonuses

Record sales and profits provide an unexpected windfall for Big Blue's rank and file employees.

Dear Larry. A Personal Note From To Google's New CEO

Gina Smith sends a note to Larry Page -- urging him to not be evil and please, start building stuff again!

Google Acknowledges Web Spam Complaints

Low-quality content has some Internet users worried about the relevance of Google search results.

Obama Nominates Army IT Leader To CIO Post

Lt. Gen. Susan Lawrence selected to assume the post that innovative IT leader Gen. Jeffery Sorenson vacated in November.

Camino Upgrades Open Source Mac Browser

Version 2.1 Alpha is based on Mozilla's Gecko rendering engine, adds six major features.

The Future of Google Docs

Docs has become a worthy competitor to Microsoft Office, but its future will rely less on feature parity and more on the value being added to Google's platform in the cloud.

Qwiki Snags $8 Million In Venture Funding

Founders of Facebook, YouTube invest in startup that delivers search results in multimedia, rather than links.

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State Of Enterprise Storage Report

Budgets may be stagnant, but the recession has not put a damper the growth of enterprise data and related storage requirements. Too bad, then, that our infrastructures aren't keeping pace, according to our survey respondents. In this report we'll analyze poll results and discuss top technologies that can help storage managers do more with less.

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Beating Cloud Lock-In: Our 3 Top Considerations

Whether you're talking about SaaS, IaaS, or storing data in the cloud, companies must consider how they'll unwind relationships -- customizations, metadata, contracts, and depth of integration are all factors.

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IPv4 Address Pool Will Run Dry: Network Management Whitepaper

Compliance for compliance's sake is not a best practice in protecting cardholder data.
Learn why compliance is the byproduct of a well-executed information security program that focuses on risk managementand minimizes the use of compensating controls.
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By combining a cloud-based management platform with user-friendly devices, discover a new approach to remote access with the simplicity, centralized visibility & control, and economies of scale.
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Inside Joomla 1.6: Improved Access Control, Categories

The new Joomla system now features much stronger user access control features that make it possible to define who can access and change content on a site and do so in a very fine grained and detailed manner. And Joomla 1.6 has ditched its old two-level site organization and added a new Categories system that allows for unlimited nested levels of content.
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Top 15 Facebook Apps For Business

NRF Big Show 2011: Breakthrough Technologies For Retailing


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Tutorial: 10 Steps To Mobile Worker Support

Find out ways a company can support workers' mobile computing/connectivity requirements, securely and economically.   Watch


Intel Educational Exchage for Parallelism

CES 2011: Cellcontrol Device Sets And Enforces Safe Driving Policies




Featured Blogger

SMB Security Means Putting Policy First

By Keith Ferrell

How long since you've taken a look at your business's security policy? (Assuming, of course that your business has a security policy.)


SMBs Expanding Marketing Options In 2011

By Jake Widman

According to Ad-ology Research, the numbers of small businesses planning to invest in online video and mobile marketing are both sharply up from last year, part of an overall increase in planned ad spending.

How Careful Do You Need To Be With Cloud Storage? - Security

By George Crump

Developing a cloud storage strategy is moving to the top of many IT managers project lists. How to use cloud storage and what applications or processes could benefit the most from the use of cloud storage are key questions to answer. One mantra that keeps coming up is 'you have to be careful' with cloud storage rollouts. Really? What makes cloud storage so risky that it requires this extra caution?

Tablets Used Mostly For Email And Media Consumption

By Eric Zeman

Data compiled by In-Stat reveals that the most widespread use of tablet computers is for PIM management and multimedia playback.

Changes To Sprint And AT&T Plans

By Ed Hansberry

If you have service with either AT&T or Sprint, you might want to keep an eye on your bill, or at the very least, be very careful before making any changes that could garner some new charges for you.


Tips and Tricks on Memory Management in Virtualized Environments

Join this informative webcast and gain a greater appreciation for the strategies experts use today in managing their virtual environments. Attendees will gain a better understanding of how to recognize where memory constraints are impacting performance. We'll also explore how memory ballooning and swapping may impact the performance of your virtualized applications.

It happens Tuesday, February 8, 2011

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Risk, Compliance, and Next-Generation Threats Executive Security Seminar Series
Executive Security Seminar Series
Hackers are getting better at their jobs every day.
How do you know which new threats pose the greatest dangers?
How can you find out what the latest attacks look like
and how they might affect your enterprise? How can you
begin to build up your defenses? Join us for this executive
breakfast and walk away with insights and new ideas on
how to protect against the latest wave of cyber attacks
and prioritize your security efforts.
Thursday, January 27th - San Francisco


Plugging The Leaks: Finding And Fixing The Security Holes In Your Enterprise

In this all-day virtual event sponsored by Dark Reading and InformationWeek, you'll find out how criminals target the flaws in your IT environment, and you'll get some insight on the best methods for finding and fixing your vulnerabilities -- before you're hit by malware or unauthorized access.

You'll also get a look at the reasons why insiders may leak data to the outside, and get some recommendations on how to stop those leaks before they happen.

It happens Feb 3. (Free registration required.)

We'll See You At Interop Las Vegas

Get up to speed on IT innovations in cloud computing, virtualization, security, and more at Interop Las Vegas, May 8-12.

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Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco 2011

Now in its fifth year, Web 2.0 Expo is for the builders of the next-generation Web: designers, developers, entrepreneurs, marketers, and business strategists. This year we're focusing on how you can unlock the digital economy as well as the ways you can leverage important ideas for your own success. We'll apply the economic filter to data collection, social connections, social media platforms, browser successes, old media in new channels, and global commerce among other hot topics.

It happens March 28-31 in San Francisco.

Interop Las Vegas

Get up to speed on IT innovations in cloud computing, virtualization, security, and more at Interop Las Vegas, May 8-12.

Register Today!

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