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17 Nov 2014 MySQL November Newsletter [39392]
Webcast: MySQL Performance Demystified,...

The MySQL November Newsletter is available! Find out upcoming webcasts and events all around the globe, and read technical tips written by MySQL experts at Oracle and in the community. Below are the highlights in this edition:

  • Webcast: MySQL Performance Demystified: Tuning and Best Practices for Developers and DBAs on November 19
  • Webcast: MySQL Replication - What's New in MySQL 5.7 and Beyond on November 25
  • Meet MySQL Experts in Upcoming Events
  • Blog: Monitoring MySQL from Oracle Enterprise Manager
  • New Case Study: SCSK Gains a High-Performance and Scalable Enterprise Database Platform with MySQL Enterprise Edition

You can read it online.
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10 Nov 2014 12 Surprising Ways Personal Technology Betrays your Privacy [39353]
CSO Online, November 6th, 2014

"It's not just your boss or the government that's spying on you, it's also the devices and technologies you embrace...

Our great privacy fears tend to be centered around others invading out privacy, whether it's Google reading your email, your boss monitoring your computer use, or the NSA eavesdropping on phone calls.

The problem is, we don't think about the very technologies we voluntarily embrace and what kind of snooping they do, and they do a lot of tracking. Some of it can and is used for benign or helpful reasons, but that can be turned against you very fast.

Here are 12 ways your personal technology is betraying your privacy..."
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09 Nov 2014 Time to Register for ITPalooza 2014 (December 4th) [39273]
Register As An Attendee, As A Tech User Group, As A Sponsor

Please register to attend ITPalooza 2014 and encourage your IT colleagues to do the same! Many attendees chose to pay for their ticket by selecting the option of bring two unwrapped $12 toys for the "Toys for Tots" charity.

We have many excellent speakers and sponsors lined up for ITPalooza 2014. There is still time to register your Tech User Group and there are still some sponsorship opportunities available.

ITPalooza 2014 @ NSU, Thursday December 4th

  • Hackathon (8:30am to 9pm)
  • Daytime Event: Technical Sessions, Exhibitions (noon to 6pm)
  • Evening Event: IT Networking and Holiday Party (6pm to 9pm) featuring The IT Palooza Band - AKA Gee Force
  • CIO Insights - VIP CIO Pass Required for Access to this Session (noon to 5pm)
  • Hiring Fare (1pm to 5pm)

ITPalooza 2014 Pre-Conference @ NSU, Wednesday, December 3rd (9am - 5pm)

  • Full day workshop: SQL Server Enterprise Monitoring - DBA Power Up!
  • $99 Early Bird rate - ends on November 15th
  • Breakfast, lunch, and SQL scripts are included!

About ITPalooza 2014

ITPalooza is an annual gathering of South Florida's non-profit Technology User Groups (tech groups). Anticipating more than 2,000 registrants, 60 speakers, 65 sponsors and 50 tech groups from across South Florida, the 3rd Annual ITPalooza is set to deliver unbelievable value to the South Florida Tech community on Thursday December 4th at Nova Southeastern University.

As a non-profit group, ITPalooza gives attendees an option to pay for attendance by donating toys worth $25 to the US Marine Corp's 'Toys for Tots' charity. The 2012 and 2013 events raised over $75,000 in donations and cash.
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31 Oct 2014 Business Value of Engineered Systems [39032]
Papers on E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, Siebel

Werner Watschke writes, "Engineered Systems are optimized to run PeopleSoft, E-Business Suite, JD Edwards and Siebel which provides customers with extreme performance improvements over any other platform. While performance is a key driver for customers to consider Engineered Systems there are many additional business benefits that are just as important. These additional benefits include:

  • Reduced risk
  • Simplified monitoring and management
  • Consolidation
  • Business agility
  • IT spending less on day to day activities and more time adding value to the organization
  • Easier and faster application upgrades
  • Reduced cost

Werner provides lines to three white papers that explain not in technical jargon but in business and application specific language exactly how the above benefits are achieved by running Oracle Applications on Engineered Systems.
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27 Oct 2014 Insider Threats Still Pose Major Problems for Enterprises [39131]
TechRepublic, October 23rd, 2014

"SpectorSoft, a user activity monitoring and analysis software firm, recently commissioned a survey to identify the top issues surrounding "insider threats" and identify some best practices to deal with those threats. The SpectorSoft 2014 Insider Threat Survey revealed some interesting facts about how enterprises are dealing with the challenges associated with insider threats.

One of the most reveling aspects of the survey is that the majority of enterprises can neither detect nor deter insider threats, making them especially vulnerable to fraud, data breaches, and intellectual property theft. The survey, which tallied the opinions of some 355 IT professionals, showed that some six in ten respondents are not adequately prepared to deal with insider threats..."
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