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Most companies don't have Yahoo!-scale data problems, but everyone can learn from how it uses Hadoop, according to its vice president of Engineering.
Even mobile devices need a spring cleaning to ensure the latest in productivity and security enhancements.
In a year of high-profile controversies and failures for IT, people still found ways to use technology to make life better for others. You may recognize some of these folks; others might surprise you.
Change management can be a complex road littered with potholes. Learn some navigation tips to apply in your organization.
Web servers are a popular target for attackers, and the number of servers, frameworks, and web apps can make it difficult to recognize where the threats are. Here are some common indicators.
Does "it's not a problem until it actually happens" apply to Internet security? Michael P. Kassner interviews a networking expert who's wondering about the same thing.
Bring two-factor authentication to your Apache instance with a simple module install.
Finding apps that work on Chrome OS is harder than it should be. This is a search problem Google needs to fix.
Have we been taking the Internet for granted? See why we might soon find ourselves reminiscing about the days of unfettered use and free access.
Next Generation Firewalls are supposedly the next best thing. Are they though? Michael Kassner decided to find out.