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System outages are inevitable when working in IT. The trick is to get through the experience while keeping your wits and reputation intact.
There are far better things than being phished, like writing about how not to get phished. Michael P. Kassner reviews a research paper that provides amazing insight into a successf...
Being a great programmer involves more than writing code that works. Justin James lists the hallmarks of programmers who rise to the top ranks of their profession.
Scott Reeves takes a look at the security gaps that BYOD can open up for the corporate network. Create a policy and cover these basic points.
Francisco Marzoa's first Android app, Luckiest Wheel, is a smash hit in the Amazon Appstore. He shares tips on getting your apps noticed in the market.
Don't let your enthusiasm take over when starting a new job. Here's what you should avoid in order to get off on the right foot.
Nick Hardiman takes a look at the threat landscape of our increasing dependence on the cloud as repository for our data and personal information.
Thoran Rodrigues says you can be a cloud enthusiast, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't recognize its weaknesses. Ignore the hype and prepare for some problems, as you would with ...
Patrick Gray says a tablet deployment test can help organizations determine if tablets are right for their business needs. He offers four tips that can help a test deployment go mo...
Without, the night was cold and wet, but in the small parlor of Lakesnam Villa the blinds were drawn and the fire burned brightly. Father and son were at chess, the former, who pos...