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July 2, 2012  4:44 PM

Leap second creates havoc for cloud computing services



Posted by: Wendy Schuchart
Amazon, BlackBerry, CIO, cloud computing, cloud services, disaster recovery, IT staff development and retention, IT/Business Leadership, Linux, Midmarket CIO, Operating systems, Strategy for CIOs

Did the "leap second" get you down this weekend? Did the Amazon cloud computing services outage prevent you from watching old episodes of Louie on your iPad’s Netflix app? Us too. Between all of the service outages this weekend, you might have missed some prime Internet surfing time....

January 9, 2012  9:08 AM

Are your big data analytics ready for 2012?



Posted by: Wendy Schuchart
big data, Business Intelligence, Hadoop, Linux, Open source, SharePoint and Web 2.0, Twitter

Welcome to Q1 and the year of big data. Now that you're back in the saddle after a rousing holiday season, we've primed the well with our weekly dose of news from around the blogosphere, including the scoop on new releases of Linux and Hadoop, who exactly is still using Internet Explorer 6.0, and...


August 29, 2011  3:00 PM

What really happened with the RSA breach



Posted by: Wendy Schuchart
CIO, Linux, RSA, Steve Jobs, Twitter

It's been a busy week in tech, between the Earth shaking, hurricane preparations and the departure of one of tech's most recognizable faces, Steve Jobs. Here's our favorite pieces of tech news from last week, including an update on the RSA breach, how we're evolving our management styles in the age...


August 16, 2011  6:12 PM

How the Google acquisition of Motorola affects your mobile workforce



Posted by: Wendy Schuchart
CIO, Google, Linux, mobile workforce

It's been a busy week in tech. Google's acquisition of Motorola has everyone wondering how it will affect their mobile workforce. Here's a tasting menu of the choicest bits around the Web, including Google's acquisition of Motorola and how you'll have to pry the smartphones from the cold dead hands...


July 24, 2009  3:30 PM

Microsoft releases code to the Linux community — and?



Posted by: Kristen Caretta
CIO, Linux, Microsoft, Midmarket CIO, Open source

When Microsoft (historically not a fan of the GPL) announced this week that it would release 20,000 lines of device driver code to the Linux community (meant to enhance the performance of Linux...


January 26, 2009  3:35 PM

Hyper-V update: Yes, it works with Linux



Posted by: mschlack
Hyper-V, Linux, SQL Server, System Center, Ubuntu, Virtualization, WSUS

The Hyper-V experiment continues. My three Server 2008 VMs are extremely stable -- no crashes at all, nine days continuous running. I made a number of restarts to address various upgrades and all three VMs came back automatically. Am also using a VM to test Windows 7, and no problems there...


September 29, 2008  9:51 PM

I’m a PC, and I don’t necessarily like Microsoft



Posted by: Kristen Caretta
CIO, Linux, Microsoft, Microsoft Windows, Midmarket CIO

After the annoyingly strange Jerry Seinfeld/Bill Gates commercials promoting Microsoft, a new batch of adverts surfaced featuring the slogan “


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