This is a good example of people taking themselves too seriously. Booth babes have been around since my first visits to Comdex and Networld/Interop in the early 1990s (and well before then I presume). The companies exhibiting at these shows are there to sell, even be outrageous, so they can gain some attention. Whether you [...]
View Answer | April 2, 2013 12:51 PM
Booth Babes, IT industry
It’s funny, I’ve never even heard of “third platform”. I’m not surprised by the numbers though. These technologies are all the rage. I suspect the reasoning behind PC and Ethernet stagnation is that many businesses already have that infrastructure in place and, perhaps, they’re not spending additional money on new technologies. But who really knows? [...]
View Answer | March 25, 2013 1:39 PM
Big Data, Cloud Computing, It spending, social media
It’s relatively simple: Know what you’ve got Understand how it’s at risk Do something about it It’s numbers 2 and 3 that so many people have trouble with. The reality is you cannot secure what you don’t acknowledge. You most certainly cannot secure the big areas when the CIO is actually getting in the way. [...]
View Answer | March 18, 2013 2:22 PM
There are many important areas of VoIP technology and protocols that would make fine fodder for a master’s thesis in telecommunications (an engineering degree, I would imagine). According to what I read, the following areas are of particular interest and concern in the field right now: 1. Noise and echo cancellation and [...]
View Answer | March 8, 2013 3:08 PM
IT career development, IT education, IT training, Unified Communications, VoIP
Have you looked into Cisco Jabber? We use it for our voice/video/conferencing/IM and it works on all platforms, their hub would be worth checking out
View Answer | April 23, 2013 12:15 PM
IT, IT and staff motivation, Technology, Unified Communications software, Unified Communications Trends
That is a very broad question. Like, what area of IT, consulting, printers, selling, repair, things like that. If you have any experience in the field, then I would suggest that you focus on your strong suite. From there, once you are established, then you might try to branch out. Also, keep up on your [...]
View Answer | February 27, 2013 1:37 PM
This is generally true but you have given no information about the OS you are using which may have a different architecture.
View Answer | February 19, 2013 5:40 AM
operating system, OS
Depending on what you’re looking for specifically, this list of risk assessment templates from SearchCompliance.com might help.
View Answer | February 5, 2013 9:56 PM
Governance Risk and Compliance, IT Governance
Looking at it from my perspective as a security consultant, I think this is an appropriate ranking. Data is the ultimate component of any given environment that needs to be secured. The only issue I see is that many organizations still don’t know what data is where. Nor do they fully understand how it’s currently [...]
View Answer | February 12, 2013 8:30 PM
Data protection, IT, Server virtualization
I think the priorities are going to vary from company to company, but there are some overarching priorities, as noted in TechTarget’s 2013 IT forecast survey. Cloud services, management of consumer technology in the workplace, data protection, and server virtualization all appear to be on the minds of IT pros this year.
View Answer | January 11, 2013 9:10 PM
I am not sure what is this guy’s name, but on Internet, when Windows 7 was launched, he presented the Launch. It was quoted that he would take over the mantle from Steve Ballmer. The two names you have mentioned I am not able recollect to that name which I read on Internet.
View Answer | January 7, 2013 5:14 PM
How about: IT taking steps to keep the business out of hot water with the industry and government regulators up to the point where a breach occurs and it’s revealed that vulnerabilities and risks were overlooked the environment was not as secure as it was assumed to be.
View Answer | January 30, 2013 6:57 PM
Compliance, IT security
MrDenny makes a very good business logic for working from home – and I agree that sometimes the need to physically attend the office could be merely to appease those who are unable to do the same. When I was in University, one of the instructors enjoyed joking about how we would all be working on a laptop [...]
View Answer | January 29, 2013 5:47 PM
Productivity, Remote workers
Obviously, many data centers were not prepared. Mr. Denny offered some good tips over on his blog for how the difficult situations could have been avoided with smart data center facility planning.
View Answer | November 17, 2012 2:18 PM
DataCenter, Disaster planning
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View Answer | May 13, 2013 6:04 PM
best practices, CIO
“The Cloud” is a vague term, which needs to be addressed in terms of a specific project. NO! I am not afraid of the cloud but you must carefully evaluate specific projects. For example, Google Mail and others are reasonable cloud services. The IT professional will always be needed and now they have a new [...]
View Answer | October 9, 2012 6:40 PM
Career development, CIO, Cloud Computing
They missed IBM vs IBM When IBM was concerned the the goverment was going to force them to split the company, they formed the National Marketing Division (NMD) and the General Systems Division (GSD). Big Iron (S/360 S/370 etc) vs small systems (S/S, S32, S34, etc) So when they went into a company to sell a computer, therew [...]
View Answer | September 27, 2012 6:33 PM
Apple, CIO, Microsoft
You can see the full list of the sap project system transaction codes right here.
View Answer | September 21, 2012 12:09 PM
*system, codes, project, SAP, transaction
Are you willing to relocate? There are AS400 jobs out there if you want them. If you do not want to move, what skills are required in the area that you live?
View Answer | September 11, 2012 4:25 AM
AS/400, career advice
Hi jinteik (and Tom), We are actively looking into solutions to this issue, and agree that both more manpower and an automated solution will be needed. If we do decide to go the route of additional moderators, we will be in touch with you both. Thanks, Ben
View Answer | September 4, 2012 1:03 AM
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