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December, 2009


December 29, 2009  9:37 AM

End-of-the-year predictions: Who needs them?



Posted by: Michael Morisy
2010 predictions, Punditry

As the year winds down, my inbox inevitably fills with pitches from PR firms, analysts and vendors for their 2010 predictions: Social networking security threats, wireless data congestion and true total network convergence (again). And that doesn't even touch on the more fanboy-ish dream...

December 22, 2009  11:54 AM

Project management failure case study: Duke Nukem Forever



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Duke Nukem, IT Project Failures, Video Games

Wired Magazine has put together a comprehensive look into what went wrong with


December 22, 2009  9:21 AM

Spiceworks doubles size of networks it supports



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Network Management, Network Monitoring, Spiceworks

The Spiceworks team has been hard at work on some presents for system...


December 17, 2009  4:35 PM

Is today’s RIM outage really an #EpicFail?



Posted by: Michael Morisy
BlackBerry, Internet Memes, Language, puppies, RIM

When you're a...


December 17, 2009  6:40 AM

Intel monopoly charges throw wrench in chip dominance



Posted by: Michael Morisy
chips, monopoly

Intel discovered you can have too much of a good thing when the FTC came a...


December 16, 2009  7:00 AM

White House e-mails recovered … by importing Lotus Notes?



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Compliance, E-mail

When news of George W. Bush's lost e-mail...

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December 15, 2009  11:52 AM

Worker text, e-mail privacy gets a Supreme Court review



Posted by: Michael Morisy
IT policies, Legal, Privacy

In many cases, it is trivial to monitor or access employee e-mails, browsing history and texts, and it's standard operating procedure at some companies. But should there be some level of an expectation...


December 15, 2009  7:05 AM

Do they know it’s Christmas in Spam-sylvania?



Posted by: Michael Morisy
E-mail, Security, Spam

For those who worry about the working conditions of malfeasance, a little Christmas cheer: At least...


December 14, 2009  3:29 PM

What goes into a social media cost analysis?



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Security, Social Media

Arian Eigen Heald, of


December 9, 2009  12:58 PM

Silver lining to new cloud WPA Cracker



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Cloud computing, Security

WPA Cracker, a service that bills itself "as cloud cracking service for penetration testers and network auditors," has been...


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