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18 Aug 2013 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [32355]
Vol 186 Issue 1; Vol 185 Issues 1, 2, 3,4 and 5; Vol 184 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:

  • When to Quit
  • Five Best Project Management Apps To Make Your Projects Efficient
  • How to Break the 9 Most-Destructive Work Habits
  • Forrester Dispels 'Myths' about Software Industry Trends in 2013
  • Compliance No Longer Main Driver of Security Measures
  • Ex-Goldman Programmer Goes to Prison . Are You Next?
  • Same Old Same Old as IT Fails to Mature
  • Dear IT: No One Likes Petulant Teenagers
  • All Aboard: CIO Wins The Battle, Initiates Centralized IT Organization
  • 5 Things PRISM Teaches CIOs About Doing Business in Today's World

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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12 Aug 2013 Security Manager's Journal: Learning to Let Go and Offshore [32419]
ComputerWorld, August 12th, 2013

"I have shunned offshoring and have written about my concerns in the past. But I worked for a different company when I shared those thoughts, and years have passed since that time. When my current employer started sending some IT activities to an office in India, I was more satisfied than I was in the past that security was being well addressed. For starters, our network and server operations team has moved monitoring offshore. That led to the offshoring of several other activities, including the administration of our network and of the Windows and Unix systems, as well as the help desk and quality assurance operations..."
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09 Aug 2013 Online Solaris Forum [32176]
Replay

Larry Wake writes, "Earlier this week, we had the latest Oracle Solaris web forum. Is it possible that you weren't there? Was something more pressing on your agenda, such as, I don't know: work? Or, if you're in a different time zone: sleep?

Did you, in fact, miss out on the whole thing?

No. No, you did not.

Thanks to the power of computers, the Internet, and our great behind-the-scenes teams, we now have the on-demand replay of the web forum available, for you to replay. On demand!

You can see all three sessions:

  • Oracle's Investment in Oracle Solaris - Best Enterprise UNIX for Oracle Systems and Software
  • Oracle Solaris: Optimized for Oracle Software
  • Oracle Solaris: Optimized for Oracle's Enterprise Systems

Plus, you'll have access to the transcripts from the live Q & A..."
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15 Jul 2013 Nine Traits of the Veteran Network Admin [31923]
InfoWorld, July 15th, 2013

"A few years ago, I wrote a somewhat tongue-in-cheek piece detailing nine traits of the veteran Unix admin. It enjoyed quite a reception and sparked all kinds of debate across the Internet, with people discussing each trait point by point and sparking skirmishes between rival factions. Since then, I've thought about giving network admins the same treatment, but never got around to it. It seems that this is the week. Here are a few of the many traits of the veteran network admin..."

  • We already know it's down
  • If we don't know it's down, it's probably not down
  • We will ping and test several times before digging into the problem
  • Believe it or not, we've tried turning it off and back on again
  • During an outage, we're not just staring at the screen -- we're following a path in our heads
  • We calculate subnet masks and CIDR as easily as breathing
  • We do not tolerate bugs; they are of the devil
  • We can read live packet streams and write highly complex filters in our sleep
  • We take big risks all the time

Read on for details.
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22 Jun 2013 Sun QFS Software [31494]
Consolidate, share, and protect your business information

Sun QFS software is a shared SAN file system designed to solve file system performance bottlenecks by leveraging underlying disk technology and hardware. The high-performance, configurable Sun QFS shared file system helps to overcome traditional UNIX® file system shortcomings, such as lengthy file system checks after an unintended interruption, long file system generation times, and limitations in file system scaling due to a finite number and size of files.
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