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19 Sep 2015 Why Use Docker On A Dedicated Server? [45840]
Everyday Linux User, September 11th, 2015

"Unless you've been living under a rock for the last few months, you'll already have at least an inkling of what Docker is and what it can do for you," opines Gary Newell in Everyday Linux User.

"The container management technology has taken off in a big way in 2014. As a lightweight alternative to virtualization and a way to easily create portable development and production environments, Docker can't be beaten, but in spite of its rapidly growing popularity, I frequently speak to people who have a vague idea what Docker is for, but can't really see why it would be useful for them. In this article, I want to discuss why dedicated and cloud server hosting clients might want to take a closer look at Docker..."
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11 Sep 2015 Why Use Docker On A Dedicated Server? [45774]
Everyday Linux User, September 11th, 2015

"Unless you've been living under a rock for the last few months, you'll already have at least an inkling of what Docker is and what it can do for you. The container management technology has taken off in a big way in 2014. As a lightweight alternative to virtualization and a way to easily create portable development and production environments, Docker can't be beaten, but in spite of its rapidly growing popularity, I frequently speak to people who have a vague idea what Docker is for, but can't really see why it would be useful for them. In this article, I want to discuss why dedicated and cloud server hosting clients might want to take a closer look at Docker..."
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08 Sep 2015 Tips to help CIOs 'manage the white space' [45734]
CIO, September 8th, 2015

"Something about the CIO role demands comparisons to Greek mythological figures.

For years, I likened the role to Sisyphus, who was condemned to rolling a huge rock up a hill, only to watch it roll back down again. But lately, I have a new figure in mind: Cassandra..."
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21 Jun 2015 Verizon 2015 Data Breach Investigation Report Seminar [43611]
Tuesday, June 23rd: 8:30 am - 11:30 am ET

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino - Hollywood

You are invited to join experts from Verizon's Security and RISK Teams. They will lead interactive discussions pulling from our analysis of over 2,100 breaches in 61 countries. Together, you will explore:

  • A better way to estimate the cost of data breaches, whether just 100 records are stolen or 100 million.
  • How 96% of security incidents fit into just nine categories.
  • Whether the threats posed by mobile malware and the Internet of Things are hype or reality.
  • Steps you can take today to better protect your data.

Following the DBIR briefing, the Verizon Security and Risk Team will explore practical security strategies that can help you anticipate when an incident might occur and assess whether you are prepared to defend against it.
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16 Jun 2015 Digital Disruption Boosts Board Acclaim For The CIO Role [43538]
SearchCIO, June 16th, 2015

"What a difference a decade makes. Ten years ago, Jennifer Banner, who serves on the boards of two banks, would have been hard-pressed to pick out their CIOs in a lineup. 'If I'd been in an elevator with a CIO heading up to the board room, I don't know if I would have known [it],' she said. 'That's sad, but true.'

Today, she likens the CIO role to that of an army general, a leader of corporate Navy Seals, a rock star and an important collaborator. 'The CIO position is absolutely critical in helping the board move into that strategy vein,' said Banner, a director at Branch Banking & Trust Corp.; director at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Nashville branch; and CEO at Schaad Companies LLC in Knoxville, Tenn..."
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