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Sep 9, 2014
Join the editors of Dark Reading as they talk with long-time security and risk expert James Christiansen about what's it like to be the chief information security officer at some of the world's largest companies.

If you have ever wondered what it's like to oversee the IT security apparatus and risk management of some of the world's largest corporations, the editors of Dark Reading want to give you a...

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Sep 9, 2014
This week, InformationWeek is offering readers a hands-on review of the new HTC One smartphone that uses Microsoft's Windows 8.1 mobile OS.

When it comes to the smartphone market, Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system is hemmed in by Apple and its iPhone and iOS combo on one side, and by Google's ubiquitous Android OS on the...

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Sep 8, 2014
eSports Summit and Community Management Summit Join Six Returning Summits Focused on Emerging and Evolving Sectors of the Game Industry

The call for submissions to present lectures and panels for the specialized Summits at the 2015 Game Developers Conference® (GDC) is now open through Friday, October 3 at 11:59pm PT. The GDC...

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Sep 5, 2014
In the latest installment of InformationWeek's Geekend, author David Wagner asks readers to think about what he's thinking about.

If you are thinking about a number between 1 and 10, and you guessed 7, you're right -- at least we think you are. Telepathy is a concept that has had a really good run in the realm of science...

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Sep 3, 2014
This week's edition of Interop Radio looks at how IT workers can move digital projects along, from concept to completion.

When it comes to managing your company's next big digital project, what does it take to move it from the drawing board to full implementation? It's a huge question that every IT manager has to...

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Sep 3, 2014
InformationWeek is out to prove that not all tech needs to be serious. IT Life offers a lighter look at tech and how it affects those charged with figuring it out.

What wisdom will former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer bring to the L.A. Clippers? Can you tell the difference between a fake tech headline and a real one? What are the best pick-up lines for geeks?...

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Sep 2, 2014
If you need another security fix from this year's Black Hat show, Dark Reading Radio has two more interviews with several leading security experts.

If you're just getting back from summer vacation and missed the annual Black Hat show in Las Vegas, the editors of Dark Reading have a special catchup session planned for this week. On Wednesday,...

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Sep 2, 2014
If you have never heard the term "NetOps" you are not alone. Join the editors of Network Computing as they discuss the next phase of data center networking during a special edition of Network Computing Radio.

In the enterprise, the use of DevOps to bring order to application development is all the rage. However, over in the data center, network administrators are trying to use NetOps to accomplish the...

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Aug 28, 2014
InformationWeek Editor-at-Large Charles Babcock sat down with VMware COO and President Carl Eschenbach at this week's VMworld show to talk cloud computing, virtualization, and more.

VMware is a company well-known for its virtualization technology. However, what does the future of the company hold, how can it compete against the likes of Microsoft, and how does its strategy...

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Aug 27, 2014
This week's Interop Radio show looks at how IT managers, executives, and CIOs can make better, more financially sound choices when storing their data in the cloud.

When it comes to deciding how to store your company's precious data in the cloud, you need to know all the facts in order to make the best decision. You need to develop a leave-nothing-to-chance...

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Aug 27, 2014
With a high-profile breach and an FBI warning, it's time to think about healthcare security. InformationWeek offers some useful tips.

With the high-profile breach of Community Health Systems, plus a warning about cyberattacks from the FBI, healthcare security has been a hot IT topic this summer. In her latest post for...

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Aug 26, 2014
If you still can't enough Black Hat security news, Dark Reading radio offers up some additional insights from this year's show.

Are you still craving more security news from the 2014 Black Hat show? If the answer is yes, then Dark Reading Radio has a special treat for you this Wednesday, August 27. During a special "Best...

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Aug 25, 2014
Join the editors of InformationWeek this week as they discuss the hottest stories of the last month, including Chinese hackers and healthcare, as well as the best cities for IT managers.

Before you head out on your Labor Day holiday, the editors of InformationWeek want to help you catch up on all the enterprise technology news you may have missed this month. Join host Curtis...

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Aug 25, 2014
For the second year in a row, New York City is tops when it comes to IT salaries, according to InformationWeek research. However, raises are scarce and the cost of living is high.

When it comes to cities with the top IT salaries, New York and Washington lead the pack, according to new research from InformationWeek. In both communities, the average IT manager's salary stands...

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Aug 22, 2014
When it comes to IQ, drawing, singing, and teaching can help increase our brain power, according to a slew of new studies. Author David Wagner looks to see how his stick-figures stack up.

If you're looking to add a few extra points on to your IQ score – you know, so you can impress your friends at the next party – you might want to take up drawing, playing a musical instrument,...

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Aug 21, 2014
If you plan to attend the Interop conference in New York City this September, InformationWeek has a look at nine technologies that help power one of the greatest cities in the world.

New York City, once known for Broadway, is now home to a vibrant technology center – Silicon Alley – and a high-tech hub in its own right. So what technologies are helping to power NYC? In a...

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Aug 21, 2014
For IT executives, it's important to remember that workers are not just another piece of hardware. Find out how you can program a better working environment on Interop Radio.

There is no programming language or API that can help CIOs create a better and more workable IT department. In fact, executives need to treat employees like people, not computers. Join host Curt...

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Aug 20, 2014
Early Registration Ends August 29 - Register Now to Save €200 on Briefings Pass

Today, Black Hat, the world's leading family of information security events, highlights some of the nearly 50 high-intensity Briefings selected for Black Hat Europe 2014. Returning for its 14th...

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Aug 19, 2014
The Black Hat security conference is over, but there's still plenty to discuss. Join the editors of Dark Reading for a special radio broadcast on August 20.

This year's Black Hat Security conference is over, but security remains an important topic for IT professionals all year round. To help further those conversations, Dark Reading is hosting a...

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Aug 19, 2014
For IT managers trying to maneuver through the latest version of Microsoft Windows - Windows 8.1 - the results can be frustrating. An InformationWeek writer feels the same way.

Are you an IT manager having frustrations with the latest version of Microsoft Windows? You are not alone. In fact, InformationWeek author Jeff Bertolucci has eight specific problems with Windows...

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Aug 18, 2014
Join the editors of InformationWeek and a special guest panel as they discuss a wide range of issues that will have you rethinking your company's cloud computing strategy.

If cloud computing is the future of the dynamic enterprise, is it time for your IT department to start rethinking some, if not all, of your cloud strategy? For instance, will Linux containers...

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Aug 15, 2014
Leading Mobility Events Recognize Innovation in the Wireless Infrastructure and 4G Industries

4G World and Tower & Small Cell Summit, both produced by UBM Tech, today released three finalists for the events' awards programs, recognizing sponsors and exhibitors who have made significant...

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Aug 14, 2014
Join Interop Radio host Curt Franklin today, August 14, at 2:00 p.m. Eastern, with special guest Stephen Comstock of CBS Interactive, as they talk about turning the problems of shadow IT into an asset.

Shadow IT, the use of unauthorized applications and services, can make tech pros cringe. But what if shadow IT is an opportunity to be embraced rather than a problem to stamp out? Join Stephen...

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Aug 14, 2014
Member of US President's Management Advisory Board Weighs in on Enhancing Government Services via Technology

GTEC, Canada's largest government technology event, today highlights keynote speaker Shantanu Narayen, President and Chief Executive Officer of Adobe. The leader of one of the world's largest and...

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Aug 14, 2014
With so many blogs and bloggers out there, whom should networking and IT professionals read to keep up on the industry? Networking Computing has created its own list of 10 bloggers to follow.

Networking professionals are always sharing, whether it's commenting on a current project or sharing best-practices among colleagues. However, with so much information out there, whom should you...

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