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The creative side of software development attracted Shalom Keynan to the profession. Now director of application development for Boston Heart Diagnostics, he is still fired up about improving patient care through software creation. To keep the ideas and projects flowing, however, he faces the challe…READ MORE
Want to check on any updates that haven’t been fully applied in your environment. Run this on your WSUS server (2012 R2)
£> Get-WsusUpdate -Classification All -Status Any -Approval AnyExceptDeclined |
where InstalledOrNotApplicablePercentage -ne 100
You can modify the filters:
In getting a Windows 10 environment to work properly, one soon discovers that reloading printer drivers on some desktops proves necessary. Recently, I’ve found this to be mandated for the networked printers in my “IP neighborhood,” which uses the first of the Class C private address ranges (192.168….READ MORE
Emily Mossburg, a principal at Deloitte & Touche LLP, provided information security leaders with some useful insight yesterday into why their jobs are so freaking hard. The occasion was the Mass TLC event on “The Business of Security” in Boston. Mossburg, who specializes in cyber resilience, was…READ MORE
Let’s do some supposin’.
Suppose you work for a giant, global manufacturer. The company might make air conditioners. Or diesel-powered cars. Suppose you’re given detailed specifications for an embedded software project that disguises the operating status of a product being designed. Suppose the …READ MORE
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First off, let me say congratulations to ToddN2000, TheRealRaven and Subhendu Sen for winning the three $50 Amazon gift cards! Well done all the way around. Here were the final standings:
TheRealRaven: 1,905 points
ToddN2000: 1,740 points
Quick — define hybrid cloud. OK, I will: It’s a computing environment that relies on both a private cloud and public cloud services and can swap data between the two. Or is it? Maybe it’s a data center, private cloud and public cloud. Or data center, private cloud, public cloud and an assortment of…READ MORE
Are you looking to register for the SQL PASS Summit and you haven’t already done so? Would you like to save $150 off the current registration price? Would you like to save that $150 with no strings attached?
Have I got a deal for you. Simply use the discount code EXSP150 when you register …READ MORE
FalconStor is preparing to add predictive analytics monitoring to its FreeStor storage virtualization software, which the vendor compares to Nimble Insight and Pure1 cloud-based analytics.
FalconStor signed a licensing and co-development agreement with Cumulus Logic that gives FalconStor exclus…READ MORE
Lean QuickStart Guide: A Simplified Beginner’s Guide To Lean by ClydeBank Business is meant for all persons who know nothing or very little about Lean, persons who have a little knowledge and exposure (working experience), or persons who want to examine their depth in the subject. The book has been …READ MORE
Here we go again. Is an encryption key more like a physical key or the combination to a safe?
Courts have been deciding back and forth on the issue for several years now and, most recently, have decided that a phone password is more like the combination to a safe.
It matters because something …READ MORE
Wearable fitness tracker company Fitbit recently announced that its devices are now HIPAA-compliant, broadening the types of businesses it aims to work with. Also in recent GRC news: CFOs report widespread earnings misrepresentation; SEC proposed changes to its administrative proceedings.
Fitbit we…READ MORE
Many years ago, I had an opportunity to get certified in a number of areas at a company I was working at. This was actively encouraged for a simple reason. The software company that was licensing products for our use and deployment gave us a price break if we had x number of people on our staff cer…READ MORE
There are four big infrastructure events each year – VMworld, OpenStack Summit, Cisco Live and AWS re:Invent. While it’s not the largest in terms of attendance, in my opinion, AWS re:Invent is the most important because it is setting the tone for where infrastructure is evolving – both in terms of t…READ MORE
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Has your enterprise stepped up its IoT security efforts? Learn why one CISO says you should immediately in this week’s roundup.
1. FBI CISO warns of IoT data breaches – Olivia Eckerson (SearchSecurity)
In a keynote address, FBI CISO Arlette Hart tackled t…READ MORE
Self-service analytics allows users to design and develop their own reports and do their own data analysis with minimal support by IT. Most recently, due to the availability of tools, such as those from Qlik, Spotfire, and Tableau, self-service analytics has become immensely popular. Lately, self-se…READ MORE
Our latest podcast finds Jack Vaughan on the road, covering the NoSQL Now 2015 event in San Jose, Calif., and a Boston Chapter meeting of TDWI. At the latter confab he caught up with Mark Madsen, a noted figure among data industry followers. Madsen said the new architectures for analytics disrupt th…READ MORE
Cisco announces changes in the current CCNA Security exam, with new announcement Cisco ensured to include many newer technologies, which are widely deployed in today;s Enterprise Networks. The great thing in the CCNA Security version 3 is the addition of Cloud Web Security, Cloud and Virtualization…READ MORE
Create couple of transaction tables and one error log table.
Create table emp1 (id number, dept_no number, salary number)
create table dept1 (id number, name varchar2(10))
Create a generic error logging table –
create table error_log