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04 Jun 2017 3 Things To Think About Before Firing An Employee [63873]
TechRepublic, May 23rd 2017

"In my years as a manager, I can't think of anything more distasteful than having to fire an employee," writes Mary Shacklett in TechRepublic. "I have had to do this several times during my management career, and every time I had to do it, I was thinking about that 'wanna get away' ad.

A colleague of mine who also has spent many years in management said the same. He recalled that his worst experience was having to fire a software developer who could not perform the job. It ended with the man getting down on his knees and grabbing my colleagues' legs. With tears streaming down his face, the man begged for his job. I could hardly stand to hear it..."
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04 Jun 2017 How The CISO Moved From The Basement To The Boardroom [63877]
TechRepublic, May 22nd 2017

Alison DeNisco writes in TechRepublic, "The rapidly expanding cybersecurity threat landscape has driven the chief information security officer (CISO) out of the basement and into the boardroom in many enterprises. While these tech professionals were traditionally seen as security enforcers, they have now taken a seat at the table as strategists helping the enterprise avoid cybercrime..."
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28 May 2017 100% Of Tech Leaders Still Run On-Premise Data Centers [63666]
TechRepublic, May 15th 2017

Alison DeNisco writes in TechRepublic, 'While many organizations are moving toward cloud-native applications that run in a hybrid cloud infrastructure, traditional on-premise data centers remain the norm, as ZDNet's Charles McLellan reported. TechRepublic's panel of experts agreed: When asked "Does your company still run its own data center?" all 12 members of the CIO Jury said "yes."

"We still run our own data center, but we've dramatically reduced the footprint through virtualization and other infrastructure consolidation saving quite a bit on power and cooling," said Michael Spears, CIO and chief data officer of the National Council on Compensation Insurance. "We are moving to a private/hybrid cloud model and don't anticipate eliminating the entire data center any time soon"...'
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21 May 2017 Zero Day Exploits: The Smart Person's Guide [63410]
TechRepublic, May 8th 2017

Dan Patterson writes in TechRepublic, "This guide covers everything you need to know about zero day security exploits, which are secret vulnerabilities used by hackers to infiltrate PCs, networks, mobile phones, and IoT devices..."

"I have sold a few social media exploits in the past," said the hacker known as S1ege. "But I don't sell now and haven't for a long time." Zero day exploits - hidden vulnerabilities known to hackers but unknown to the software's creator - are "like gold," he said in a 2016 interview with TechRepublic. "Having a collection [of exploits] is like having a trophy [collection]."
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15 May 2017 100% Of Tech Leaders Still Run On-Premise Data Centers [63461]
TechRepublic, May 15th 2017

'While many organizations are moving toward cloud-native applications that run in a hybrid cloud infrastructure, traditional on-premise data centers remain the norm, as ZDNet's Charles McLellan reported. TechRepublic's panel of experts agreed: When asked "Does your company still run its own data center?" all 12 members of the CIO Jury said "yes."

"We still run our own data center, but we've dramatically reduced the footprint through virtualization and other infrastructure consolidation saving quite a bit on power and cooling," said Michael Spears, CIO and chief data officer of the National Council on Compensation Insurance. "We are moving to a private/hybrid cloud model and don't anticipate eliminating the entire data center any time soon"...'
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