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04 Jul 2016 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [53750]
Vol 202 Issue 1, 2, 3 and 4; Vol 219 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4

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  • The Top 7 Highest-Paying IT Certifications
  • Watch This ATM skimmer caught in real-time by a security researcher (video)
  • Solid-State Drives: 7 Things To Know
  • Chromebooks Are The New 'It Just Works' Platform
  • What's Trending Now: 5 Marketing Takeaways From Mary Meeker'S 2016 Internet Trends Report
  • 13 Frameworks For Mastering Machine Learning (Slideshow)
  • BYOD Can Pose Privacy Risks to Employees
  • How To Answer 'Why Should I Hire You?
  • Why Every CIO Needs To Know That Some APIs Don't Matter
  • Gartner's Top 10 Security Predictions

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29 Jun 2016 Oracle Pledges 'X86 Economics' With New SPARC Servers [54051]
Oracle also launched the MiniCluster, an 'engineered system' for the rest of us

James Niccolai, "Larry Ellison doesn't do 'cheap.' The Oracle chairman isn't interested in selling the low-cost one- and two-socket servers that make up a huge slice of the server market but yield little profit for the companies that make them. Even if he did, that business is pretty much sewn up by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Dell, and the 'white box' makers from China and Taiwan.

But Ellison's also a realist, and he knows customers are gradually turning away from his pricey Unix systems in favor of x86 boxes to build scale-out private and hybrid clouds. So to keep customers interested in SPARC, Ellison needs to come downmarket and provide more affordable options..."
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29 Jun 2016 Oracle Aims To Broaden SPARC's Reach Via Cloud Service [54050]
Oracle launched its SPARC S7 processor and it'll be offered on Oracle Cloud as a way to handle more workloads.

Oracle rolled out its SPARC S7 processor in servers, its engineered systems and as a cloud service.

SPARC is the RISC-based processor brought to Oracle in the purchase of Sun Microsystems. The processor has typically been used to run Unix workloads. Oracle offers SPARC in its servers and various engineered systems.

According to Oracle, the SPARC S7 processor is 4.27 GHz with 8 cores and 64 threads. The additions to SPARC S7 are designed to improve security, efficiency and simplify architecture. Oracle added that commercial and custom applications will run on SPARC via its cloud services.
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26 Jun 2016 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [53567]
Vol 202 Issue 1, 2 and 3; Vol 219 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4 ; Vol 218 Issue 4

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  • 5 Things You Should Know About Password Managers
  • The 4 Biggest Investments IT Departments Are Making In 2016
  • Efforts to Broaden HPC Accelerate as OpenHPC Governing Board and Technical Steering Committee Takes Shape
  • Top 10 Technologies For Information Security And Their Implications
  • Rising To The Challenge: How 3 Public CIOs Are Confronting Major Mandates
  • Why Storage Tiering Still Matters. A Lot.
  • The Path To Higher Performance With Scalable Machine Learning
  • MTTR: The Magic Metric
  • Openstack Infrastructure Embraces Containers, But Challenges Remain
  • FBI Says Corporate Email 'Impersonation' Scams Growing

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19 Jun 2016 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [53380]
Vol 202 Issue 1 and 2; Vol 219 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4 ; Vol 218 Issues 3 and 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • Google Just Made A Leap For Quantum Computing
  • The One Word That Can Transform Your Negotiating Skills
  • The 4 Habits Every Great Leader Needs To Practice
  • Get Noticed In A Job Interview With These 5 Questions
  • The Internet Of Things Has Arrived, Let The Games Begin (Slideshow)
  • Intel Launches Latest High-End Xeon E7 Chips, And Server Oems Sign On (Slideshow)
  • Securing Your Car From Cyberattacks Is Becoming A Big Business
  • Leveraging The Power Of Scalable Machine Learning
  • Governments & Central Banks Are Now Funding Blockchain Research
  • Five Technology Trends Peaking In 2016

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