Monday, April 04, 2016

System News for IT Professionals: March 28th, 2016 — April 3rd, 2016

Volume 217, Issue 5

Friday, April 01, 2016

System News for IT Professionals, Volume 217, Issue 4, Mar 21st, 2016 — Mar 27th, 2016

Here are the titles for the most popular articles from the current:
  • Searching For A Path To Iot Security
  • IoT 101 - Explained So Even My Grandmother Can Understand
  • What To Tell Your Legal Department About The Risks Of Social Media
  • Resilient Cloud Network Architectures: Fundamentals
  • Making The Business Case For Cloud
  • What Enterprise Data Center Managers Can Learn From Web Giants
  • The Best Tech Training: Pros & Cons
  • Three Barriers To Introducing Unified Communications To Your Business (And How To Solve Them)
  • Mycroft - The World's First Truly Open Home AI
  • People Are (Still) The Biggest Security Risks
  • The Debate Is Over - Businesses Need Both Apps And Mobile Websites
  • Disaster Recovery: 3 Lessons From The HBO Playbook
  • Federal Reserve Says Bitcoin Has 'Significant Friction'
  • How To Kick-Start Your DevOps Adoption
  • Networking Then and Now: 1986 Vs 2016
  • 100,000 Locations Worldwide Now Accept Bitcoin With Bitit Gift Cards
  • Advanced Persistent Bot Activity On The Rise
  • Consumers Worried About Iot Security, Survey Finds
  • 9 Ways Technology Will Change Within The Next 10 Years
  • Banks Failing With Password Management, But Why?
  • Data Lake Governance: A Big Data Do Or Die
  • 5 Ways The Internet Of Things Will Change Big Data
  • SDNs Come To The Branch Office, With Risks
  • CIOs Need To Avoid A Mistaken Path To DevOps
  • Gartner Warns Of Approaching Apocalypse For IoT Data Management
  • Six Reasons IoT Storage Should Be Object-Based
  • Why Google Doesn't Outsource Data Center Operations
  •  Linux Best Bets: There's A Desktop Distro Just Right For You
  •  Draw Up A Data Center Network Diagram You'll Actually Use
  •  The Most Momentous Tech Events Of The Past 30 Years (Slideshow)

Sunday, July 26, 2015

System News for IT Professionals,J uly 20th, 2015 — July 26th, 2015

Volume 209, Issue 4

Thursday, July 02, 2015

Most Popular Articles in "System News for IT Professionals: Vol 208 Issue 4

Here are the titles for the most popular articles from the current issue of "System News for IT Professionals": 
  • Big Data' Has Lost Its Zing - Businesses Want Insight And Action
  • Cover Letters Are Dead -- Send A Pain Letter, Instead
  • 10 IoT Applications for SMEs
  • Google Made A Chatbot That Debates The Meaning Of Life
  • The Rise Of SSDs Over Hard Drives, Debunked
  • Bitcoin ATMs 101: What You Need To Know About This Growing Business Opportunity
  • Businesses Struggle To Counter Insider Threats
  • Microscale 'Transformer' Robots Are Joining Forces To Break Through Blocked Arteries
  • Breaking the IoT Connection
  • The Dirty Secrets Of Project Management Revealed
  • How To Keep Track Of Sensitive Data With A Data Flow Map
  • Oneweb Satellite Broadband Effort Gets $500M
  • Breakthrough May Double Speed Of Fiber Optics Networks
  • How Artificial Intelligence Is Working In The Enterprise
  • 4 Solutions To Bad Data For Sales Managers 
  • Top Tips - How You Can Truly Embrace BYOD In The Meeting Room
  • Monitoring Your Privacy Program: Risk Assessments And Documentation
  • Boost For The Data Centre As Organisations Plan Spending Increase Despite Cloud Growth
  • Software Developers Are Failing To Implement Crypto Correctly, Data Reveals
  • How To Keep Your Job From Ruining Your Vacation
  • How CISOs can create security KPIs and KRIs
  • Will Google Artificial Intelligence Run An IT Help Desk?
  • Identity Management Scalability And APIs Support Explosive Mobile App Growth
  • 10 Reasons Tape Backup Remains Important To The Enterprise
  • Open Source History: Why Didn't BSD Beat Out GNU And Linux?
  • Common Cybersecurity Myths Debunked
  • Hadoop And Big Data: Ready To Cross The Chasm?
  • These 4 Things Will Change Your Outlook On The Internet Of Things
  • 5G Networks Look To New Frequencies To Deliver Gigabit Speeds
  • 9 Ways Technology Is Slowly Killing Us All
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