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Monday, August 10, 2015

Review: Free and low-cost Wi-Fi stumblers for the Mac

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Top 10 technology schools | IT customers slow to embrace outsourced DevOps

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Review: Free and low-cost Wi-Fi stumblers for the Mac
We recently reviewed low-cost Windows-based Wi-Fi stumblers. Now, here's our take on wireless stumblers that run on Mac OS X for all you Apple fans. (Insider Story) Read More

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eGuide: WAN Virtualization
In this eGuide, Network World examines the benefits of WAN virtualization and some recent trends in this area. Read on to learn how WAN virtualization can help your organization. Learn More

WHITE PAPER: PC Connection

5 Steps to Help Defend Your Network
The Cisco ONE Enterprise Networks Architecture can provide the necessary levels of application intelligence, contextual information, visibility and automated control to enable the network to be the foundation for companies today as well as in the future. Learn More

Top 10 technology schools
Every year, Money releases its rankings of every college and university in the U.S., and not surprisingly, a number of those top schools are leaders in the tech space. Here are the top 10 technology schools, according to Money's most recent survey of the best colleges in America. Read More

IT customers slow to embrace outsourced DevOps
IT organizations are increasingly interested in adopting DevOps models to deliver applications faster, better and cheaper to the business, but they're not inclined to look to their IT service providers for help with these efforts. Read More

Microsoft will let shareholders nominate board members
Microsoft added a provision to its bylaws Friday that allowed shareholders with a significant stake in the company to directly nominate up to two candidates to its board of directors. Read More


KPMG Presents Cybersecurity
In this eGuide, Network World, CSO, and IDG News Service examine some of the latest trends in cyberattacks and cybersecurity. Read on to learn how to help raise your organization's security posture. Learn More

University technology program launched to give peace a chance
Computer science and engineering students at Drexel University will have a new opportunity to use their skills for good with the launch of a technology program for promoting world peace. Read More

Carriers all in on SDN... Almost
Most network operators have either already deployed SDN, are now deploying SDN, or plan to evaluate it in 2015. That's the finding of a recent survey of worldwide carriers by IHS, formerly Infonetics. Read More

Update Firefox now! Fix rushed out for an exploit that steals files off your hard drive
Late Thursday night, Mozilla released a security patch for the Firefox browser after finding a serious vulnerability being exploited in the wild. Read More

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Indicators of Attack vs. Indicators of Compromise
Download this white paper to better understand the fundamental difference between Indicators of Compromise and Indicators of Attack and look at IOAs in action. View now

'Free' Windows 10 isn't entirely free
A few months back when Microsoft said Windows 10 would basically be free to just about everyone, including pirates, the deal seemed too good to be true. Now we're learning that it is. Read More

Best vacation spots for the techie who wants to unplug….or plug in
Maybe you've been working non-stop on a mission critical project. Maybe your shop is shorthanded and you haven't been able to get away. Maybe you're just a procrastinator when it comes to planning a summer vacation. (Insider Story) Read More

Microsoft's NFL partnership enters next generation with new apps
With the start of the U.S. professional football season around the corner, Microsoft unveiled the new tech it's going to be providing coaches and fans this season as part of its ongoing partnership with the National Football League. Read More

API security leaves apps vulnerable: 5 ways to plug the leaks
Many Starbucks customers got a jolt in May when cyberthieves were discovered stealing money from their credit cards and payment accounts by first tapping into their Starbucks mobile apps. The culprit was believed to be a hole in an application-programming interface (API), though perhaps not on Starbucks' site but on another app where overused passwords were stolen and reused, according to reports. Read More


How much do CIOs really make? Pay packages of 25 Fortune 500 execs revealed

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