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26 Mar 2017 Desktop Linux The Best It's Ever Been-And Keeps Getting Better [61672]
Network World, March 15th, 2017

"While users of proprietary operating systems suffer with new, slower, buggier, more spy-filled systems, Linux users are enjoying better performance and more support," notes Bryan Lunduke in Network World.

"I can be a pretty pessimistic guy. I'm fairly convinced that the Internet of Things spells certain doom for mankind, and I've made a habit of standing in front of large rooms full of people simply to tell them how much I think 'Linux sucks.'

If you were to call me a Negative Nancy, you wouldn't be far off..."
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26 Mar 2017 10 Ways Google Improved Its Cloud At NEXT [61674]
Network World, March 14th, 2017

"Google is putting pressure on Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure in the public IaaS cloud market," reports Brandon Butler in Network World.

"Google cloud is seen by analysts as an up and comer. Company executives will even admit that the past few years Google has not had everything it needs to compete for enterprise customers in the IaaS public cloud market against Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and even IBM.

But they will also tell you that Google is ready now..."
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12 Mar 2017 Security Alert Overload Threatens To Bury Security Teams [61233]
Network World, March 3rd, 2017

"Enterprises can't keep up with security alert volume, struggle to prioritize the right alerts and ignore a large percentage of the security alert total. They need help!" opines Jon Oltsik in Network World.

"When it comes to incident detection and response, enterprise organizations are collecting, processing and analyzing more security data through an assortment of new analytics tools - endpoint detection and response (EDR) tools, network analytics tools, threat intelligence platforms (TIPs), etc.

When each of threat management or security analytics tools sees something suspicious, it generates a security alert, and therein lies the problem: Enterprise organizations are getting buried by an avalanche of security alerts. According to ESG research:..."
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12 Mar 2017 Infrared Lasers Must Replace Data Center Wiring, Say Engineers [61223]
Network World, February 27th, 2017

"Using infrared lasers instead of fiber optics or radio signaling improves data center communications, and it can help data centers reduce power costs," writes Patrick Nelson in Network World.

"Eliminating a 'tangled Christmas tree lights' wiring scenario in data centers is imperative and can be achieved with infrared, reckons an academic network engineering team.

Infrared lasers should be installed on the top of data center racks and be used to transmit information. It would be far superior and cheaper than fiber optic, and it would be better than attempted, but lacking, radio signaling..."
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05 Mar 2017 The Cloud Is Growing 7 Times Faster Than The Rest Of IT [61020]
Network World, February 21st, 2017

"The latest IDC forecast says public cloud spending will grow almost 25% this year, topping $122 billion. And the growth keeps up through 2020," opines Fredric Paul in Network World.

"The public cloud just keeps on growing, with increases in spending on cloud services and infrastructure easily outpacing overall IT spending. And it isn't even close..."
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