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Aug 13, 2014
If you're traveling to the 2014 Interop conference in New York City this fall, InformationWeek has eight restaurant recommendations that can satisfy any geek.

All that networking can leave you very hungry. After a long day on the showroom floor, you're ready to get out of that convention center and find out what your host city really has to offer – in...

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Aug 13, 2014
UBM Tech's Storage Acceleration will focus on how concepts such as solid-state storage, software-defined storage, and object storage can boost enterprise application performance and IT efficiency.

UBM Tech today launched Storage Acceleration (www.storageacceleration.com), an online community for chief information officers, other senior IT executives, and the business unit leaders who are...

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Aug 12, 2014

ARM TechCon, the leading conference for ARM-based embedded industry, has announced that Erica Kochi, one of Time Magazine's 100 "World's Most Influential People" and co-founder of UNICEF's...

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Aug 12, 2014
InformationWeek's recent flash poll finds that just about half of the publication's readers have seen gender discrimination in their IT departments or have been a victim of it themselves

When it comes to some of the biggest tech companies – Google, Facebook – it's clear, by their own statistics, that they are male-dominated. An InformationWeek survey shows that this problem...

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Aug 11, 2014
World's Leading Information Security Event Supports Community by Awarding 120 Student Scholarships and Donates $50,000 to Electronic Frontier Foundation

Today, Black Hat, the world's leading family of information security events, announced the results of the largest and most robust event in the brand's history. This week Black Hat USA welcomed...

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Aug 11, 2014
If you're attending the upcoming Interop conference in New York City, InformationWeek is offering a guide to the geekiest hangouts in the city. Superheroes and Dr. Who-themed bars await you.

If you're planning to attend this fall's Interop conference in New York City and want to get your geek on, InformationWeek has the perfect guide for you. When you come to New York and are looking...

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Aug 11, 2014
Three-Day Event Hosts Industry Leaders from Amazon, Double Fine, EA, Epic Games, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Oculus VR, Rovio, Sony, Tencent, Ubisoft, and More

The 2014 Game Developers Conference™ Europe (GDC Europe) kicks off today at the Congress-Centrum Ost of the Koelnmesse in Cologne, Germany. Produced by UBM Tech Game Network, organizers of the...

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Aug 8, 2014
In the latest edition of InformationWeek's Geekend series, author David Wagner examines new findings that if you scare mice they have clearer skin and what that means for understanding healing and stress in humans.

What happens when you lock a mouse in a tiny box? Its eczema clears up, of course! Researchers have tested how stress affects the healing process in mice and have discovered acute stress actually...

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Aug 7, 2014
When it comes to equality in the STEM field, finding the right resources can help young women when they are starting their careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. InformationWeek finds 12 resources that can help.

During the last several weeks, several public reports from some of our biggest tech companies, including Google, Facebook, and Twitter, told us what many already knew: White males dominate the...

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Aug 6, 2014
Main Competition Entries for the 17th Annual IGF Due October 22, Student Showcase Entries Due October 31

The call for submissions are now open for the 17th annual Independent Games Festival (IGF), the longest running festival, summit, and showcase for indie games. The 2015 IGF will be held at the...

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Aug 6, 2014
In an interview with InformationWeek Editor Chris Murphy, the CIO of GE Capital talks about how his company is embracing the insourcing of IT, and why Agile development matters.

Since the 1990s, GE led the charge when it came to outsourcing IT from the United States to countries such as India. Now, however, the company is changing one division at a time. In fact, Jim...

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Aug 5, 2014
The editors of Dark Reading are planning wall-to-wall coverage of this year's Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas this week, including the site's first ever live radio broadcast from the showroom floor.

The Black Hat USA 2014 security conference kicks off this week in Las Vegas, and the editors of Dark Reading are planning additional coverage of this year's show, including a live radio broadcast...

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Aug 5, 2014
Join the editors of InformationWeek and Amy Mizoras Konary, a research VP with IDC, as they discuss the perils of software licensing, as well as strategies for helping enterprises get more out of their software budgets.

When it comes to software licenses and the juggling act enterprise IT departments have to perform to stay within compliance with vendors, the pressure is mounting. Software audits are on the rise....

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Aug 4, 2014
When it comes to protecting your health, what's on your smartphone might be just as important as what doctor you see. InformationWeek has a list of 10 you should avoid.

If you're thinking about downloading an app to your smartphone or tablet to help you track your health or monitor your workout, InformationWeek has a bit of advice: Watch out. In her most recent...

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Aug 1, 2014
In the latest edition of InformationWeek's Geekend series, author David Wagner examines two crucial steps to making the giant leap to Mars, and what that mission would mean to those left on Earth.

This month marked the 45th anniversary of the moon landing, and it is about time we start thinking big again. A whole new planet would be big enough. Two crucial steps to get people to Mars will...

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Jul 31, 2014
Do fish use Facebook? Do bears tweet? When it comes to social media, the US Fish and Wildlife Service is much more evolved than you think. InformationWeek Radio goes wild to find the real story.

If a bear tweets out an update in the woods, does it really count as social media? These and other questions are just some of the topics InformationWeek Radio plans to discuss with a special guest...

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Jul 31, 2014
Two Inspirational Industry Leaders Join the Advisory Board to Program the Event: Designer and Scholar Brenda Romero and Composer Penka Kouneva

UBM Tech Game Network, the organizers of the Game Developers Conference® (GDC) 2015, are now accepting submissions to present lectures, roundtables, panels, posters and tutorials through...

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Jul 31, 2014
The tech world prides itself on being an open and inclusive profession. So why is getting more women and minorities into the IT field so difficult? A special broadcast of InformationWeek Radio asks the tough questions.

For years, the tech world has prided itself on being progressive and inclusive when it comes to its employees. However, recent reports from some of the biggest names, including Google, Facebook,...

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Jul 30, 2014
When it comes to keeping information secure, many enterprises have turned to data loss prevention tools. However, these security products have their own weaknesses and are vulnerable to bugs. Join the editors of Dark Reading for a special preview of new Black Hat research.

Businesses are increasingly turning to data loss prevention (DLP) tools in an effort to help secure their most important data in an era where sophisticated security breaches seem to happen every...

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Jul 30, 2014
When it comes to electronic health records, there's a lot of misinformation out there, as well as fear of new technology. In a column for InformationWeek, CIO Mansur Hasib shows why patients should embrace EHRs.

In healthcare, the fear of new technology and an ever-increasing awareness of security and privacy concerns are driving patients away from electronic health records (EHRs). However, this doesn't...

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Jul 29, 2014
When it comes to wearables and the Internet of Things phenomenon, most businesses are taking a wait-and-see approach. However, healthcare seems to want to embrace it first, and InformationWeek finds five wearables ready to disrupt the industry.

When it comes to technology, healthcare is usually one of the last industries to adopt new devices, if not the last. However, when it comes to wearables, healthcare is trying to move ahead of the...

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Jul 29, 2014

UBM Tech announced InformationWeek and Network Computing were both recognized for editorial excellence by the American Society of Business Press Editors (ASBPE). ASBPE's Azbee Awards of Excellence...

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Jul 28, 2014
In an interview with InformationWeek, Joan C. Williams, a professor at the University of California, offers women in IT a way to negotiate for the salaries and pay raises they deserve in a male-dominated profession.

Is there a way for women in IT to negotiate for the salaries and pay raises they deserve? There is, according to one University of California professor, and it involves a lesson that she calls...

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Jul 25, 2014
In the latest edition of InformationWeek's Geekend series, author David Wagner asks a question: Who would win in a fight between robots and humans? The goal is to compare the state-of-the-art of robots to humans to see how far they've come.

We are getting so good at making robots that we'll probably quit making humans soon. Robots are faster than us, they're stronger than us, and they're smart enough to beat us at every game we've...

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Jul 24, 2014
Exploring How The Ethernet-Enabled Cloud Ecosystem Will Fuel Digital Enterprise Productivity

The data communications industry is undergoing a paradigm shift that will enable service providers to provide more dynamic connectivity, orchestrated over much more efficient, automated, and...

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