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How secure is the hybrid cloud?

The term hybrid cloud is used loosely, which is probably why so many companies say they're planning to adopt it. If you’re planning a hybrid cloud strategy, the security questions you need to think about may not be the ones you’d expect.

Chinese spies target US intellectual property

The U.S. economy is losing hundreds of billions of dollars each year to economic espionage, mainly from China, experts say. Some of the problem is political, but plenty of it is due to a ‘stupefying’ lack of security.

Comparing scaling agile frameworks

As larger organizations scramble to apply agile software development methodologies to the challenges inherent in an enterprise-level company, it’s important to understand the pros and cons of the different approaches.

MANAGEMENT CENTRE

CAREERS

STEM fields dominate ranking of college majors

Science, technology, engineering and math alumni rank among highest paid graduates, according to PayScale.

IT GOVERNANCE

How Georgia successfully overhauled IT

COO of Georgia Technology Authority discusses the sweeping enterprise-driven privatization push that's improved security, cut costs and upended the state's IT culture.

LEADERSHIP AND MGMT

When to throttle yourself as a new CISO

"Cybersecurity Exhaustion" across the enterprise can get you out the door sooner than expected as a new CISO

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RESOURCE CENTRE

APPLICATIONS

Two new iMalaysia apps testimony to local talent, says MDeC

The new locally developed mobile apps have been launched in conjunction with Malaysia's Independence celebrations.

CLOUD COMPUTING

IBM extends Spectrum storage line into the cloud

IBM augments its software-defined Spectrum line of storage offerings with integrated cloud capabilities.

DATA CENTER

Do you really need VDI? Try desktop as a service instead

Running Windows desktops from the cloud instead of your data center opens more possibilities for managing distributed users.

IMAGING AND PRINTING

MIT builds a 3D printer that can use 10 materials at once

Researchers were able to build the printer with off-the-shelf commodity parts for $7K.

INDUSTRIES

Intel pumps US$60 million into Chinese drone maker Yuneec

Yuneec makes a range of drones for aerial photography and imaging.

INTERNET

Update: Alleged Va. shooter uses social media to post video of killings

Twitter, Facebook and YouTube all quickly suspend accounts, take down video; Shooter dies at hospital

MOBILE AND WIRELESS

FAIL: Samsung Galaxy Note 5 S-Pen -- RTFM, you're inserting it wrong

Pen is stuck? You should have Read The <em>Fine</em> Manual

NETWORKING

D-Link DWA-192 review: This 802.11ac USB Wi-Fi adapter was a ball to test

This portable 3x3 adapter was worth the wait.

OPERATING SYSTEMS

KDE's Plasma 5.4: The most advanced and beautiful Linux desktop

Plasma 5.4 brings some of the much-awaited improvements to the KDE’s desktop environment.

SECURITY

Reports: Ex-TeaMp0isoN member killed in Syrian drone strike

Junaid Hussain was #3 on the ISIS kill list in the U.S.

STORAGE

IBM extends Spectrum storage line into the cloud

IBM augments its software-defined Spectrum line of storage offerings with integrated cloud capabilities.

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BLOGS

A trusted partner

The primary focus for SAS is to build strong and long-lasting relationships with its customers; and its key strategy is proactive and consistent engagement across all customer touch points.

What ICT professionals want

When asking ICT professionals what they’re looking for in their next role, the answer may just surprise.

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