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27 Feb 2017 How To Answer Tough Interview Questions: 8 Tips [61112]
TechRepublic, February 27th, 2017

'Tech companies are notorious for throwing curveball interview questions at job candidates. Here's how to keep your cool when one of these comes your way.

The days of tech job interviews consisting of only questions such as "Tell us about yourself" are gone. Several companies have adopted Google's brain teasing interview model, throwing interviewees questions such as "How many happy birthday posts do you think Facebook gets in one day?" and "If you are in a boat with a boulder and you drop that boulder into the lake, how does the water level before and after you drop the boulder in the lake compare?"...'
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12 Feb 2017 5 Shocking New Threats To Your Personal Data [60340]
ComputerWorld, February 4th, 2017

"I don't mean to alarm you, but these trends make panic sound like a good idea," writes Mike Elgan in ComputerWorld.

"I'm not paranoid. Tinfoil hats aren't my scene.

But watch out! In just the past month, the internet and smartphones have come up with five new and surprising ways to steal or expose our personal data.

Of course, these new concerns can now be added to all the old ones. Companies like Google and Facebook still track you and harvest personal data. Hackers still want to steal your data. And the National Security Agency is still out there doing its thing.

And now, these five new trends reveal that your security and privacy could be compromised in ways you probably never imagined..."
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04 Feb 2017 5 Shocking New Threats To Your Personal Data [60183]
ComputerWorld, February 4th, 2017

"I don't mean to alarm you, but these trends make panic sound like a good idea

I'm not paranoid. Tinfoil hats aren't my scene.

But watch out! In just the past month, the internet and smartphones have come up with five new and surprising ways to steal or expose our personal data.

Of course, these new concerns can now be added to all the old ones. Companies like Google and Facebook still track you and harvest personal data. Hackers still want to steal your data. And the National Security Agency is still out there doing its thing.

And now, these five new trends reveal that your security and privacy could be compromised in ways you probably never imagined..."
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02 Feb 2017 Big Data Facts Highlight Its Trendsetting Surge [60193]
Information Week, February 2nd, 2017

"As big data takes hold in the business world, the cloud enables small and mid-sized businesses to take advantage of the concept.

At its core, big data consists of large sets of information culled from various sources and then analyzed to derive statistical value. These metrics become particularly useful for measuring industries, humanistic tendencies, behavior and interactions. IBM's Watson supercomputer, for example, is a cultivator of big data, as are the back-end analytics engines companies like Facebook and Google have access to..."
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25 Jan 2017 Infoworld's 2017 Technology Of The Year Award Winners [60030]
InfoWorld, January 25th, 2017

"Did you notice that Google is giving away its magic sauce? Google engineers used to merely write papers about their creations, then leave it to others to come up with the software. Now we're fortunate to get the real goods, for datacenter orchestration or deep learning or what have you, straight from the source.

Similarly, other cloud juggernauts are solving common problems and sharing the solutions through open source projects. Is it a surprise that Facebook came up with a better way to build mobile apps? Or a better way for clients to fetch data from a server? Maybe not, but you might be surprised by the clever approach Facebook has taken to endpoint security.

You'll find these and other innovations that were born in, designed for, or inspired by the cloud among our latest Technology of the Year Award winners. Chosen by InfoWorld editors and product reviewers, these are the best tools for app dev, datacenter and cloud ops, data analytics, and information security that we encountered in the past year. Read on to meet our winners..."
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