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Quality Assurance and Project Management: Why Longer Duration Projects Face Oversight Than Overseen to Quality Assurance and Project Management: Great Learning For Testers From Book Saga Of Wealth: Fortune by Cassia Cassitas
Quality Assurance and Project Management: Hey PM: Do You Have An Art Of Making Others Dance On Your Mute Tunes to Regulatory Reality: Information security pros (and cons).
Regulatory Reality: Why financial institutions might want to keep an eye on the energy industry. to Regulatory Reality: CFPB: Dodd-Frank at its best.
Regulatory Reality: Security Standards: What's in a name? to RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: New VMware Whitepaper: Providing LUN Security
RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: Securing Your Terminal/Citrix Servers with The Security Configuration Wizard to RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: Microsoft Ships Virtual PC 2007
RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: VMware Whitepaper: Microsoft Virtualization Licensing and Distribution Terms to RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: Hyper-V in Server 2008 RTM doesn’t like non-US locales
RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: Microsoft RDP Vs Citrix ICA to RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: VC Admin Portal Technology Preview
RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: FalconStor and the Segway to RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: VMware Vs Microsoft – The Boxing Match Part 2
RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: Why I Love EMC :-) to RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: VMware View 4 is ANNOUNCED…
RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: Meet the Engineer Series: VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager Core Features to RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: Mike’s Music: PlanB – She said
RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: New Blogger Introduction – Charlie Gautreaux to RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: On the Road Again: San Diego VMUG Regional User Conference
RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: On the Road Again: Charlotte, North Carolina Summit to RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: VMTN Subscription Movement Miniwags – Josh Atwell
RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix: London VMUG Meeting – 26th Jan, 2012 to SAP Watch: Podcast: SAP user group head explains SAP successes, challenges
SAP Watch: Mendocino becomes Duet to SAP Watch: SAP talks A1S, Agassi in Q2 earnings call
SAP Watch: Beyond SAP A1S to SAP Watch: ‘Rightshoring’ SAP? Capgemini tips for prospective SAP end users
SAP Watch: Workday’s HCM deals: Some thoughts to SAP Watch: Who’s taking ERP market share from SAP, Oracle?
SAP Watch: As Oracle advances Fusion middleware, what’s SAP’s next move? to SAP Watch: In a full-court press, SAP looks to add developers to the HANA bandwagon
SAP Watch: When it comes to learning SAP, is e-learning any good? to SAS 70: Security is essential for all new technology investments? SAS70
SAS 70: SAS70 audits require preventative maintenance too! to SBS 2003 and beyond: Windows 2008 Server with HyperV and NIC Teaming Part 3
SBS 2003 and beyond: Comments to I.T. Security and Linux Administration: Anti-Virus on Cloud Nine?
I.T. Security and Linux Administration: Dual-booting Linux and Windows 7: The 0xc0000225 Error to I.T. Security and Linux Administration: The operating system of Call of Duty is....
I.T. Security and Linux Administration: Be More Productive, Use Less Facebook to I.T. Security and Linux Administration: Should I Use LVM?
I.T. Security and Linux Administration: Getting Out of a Hung SSH Session to Security Bytes: Security configuration management vendors branch out
Security Bytes: Lights out for Firefox 1.5 to Security Bytes: Why can’t Hollywood hack?
Security Bytes: Morning security flaw report for June 28 to Security Bytes: Is stand-alone AV finally dead? The debate goes on
Security Bytes: Another day, another Windows zero-day to Security Bytes: TSA security lapses example of outsourcing failure
Security Bytes: Apple plugs flaws in QuickTime, iPhone to Security Bytes: Hong Kong is the shadiest neighborhood on the Net
Security Bytes: Trend Micro warns of MySpace phishing attack to Security Bytes: Microsoft says all versions of Internet Explorer vulnerable to XML attack
Security Bytes: Steve Bellovin’s unsparing analysis of the CSIS cyber security report to Security Bytes: Secure cloud concept built on new Intel processor
Security Bytes: Shamir acknowledges chip-and-PIN attack as his favorite to Security Bytes: BitTorrent announces breach of its uTorrent systems
Security Bytes: Post-data breach security SaaS handles incident response to Security Corner: Tighten Security With Your Hosts File
Security Corner: Top Five Personal Firewalls to Security Corner: What's Your Identity Exposure Index?
Security Corner: Free Mini-courses from SANS to Security Corner: Web 2.0 Security: Spam and Bot Infections
Security Corner: Web 2.0 Security: Weaponized OpenSocial and Other Social Networking Applications to Security Corner: How to Recognize and Avoid Email Scams - Part 1
Security Corner: Network Gremlins Attack Bewildered Geeks to Security Corner: Password Voodoo
Security Corner: The Security Threat Report (Sophos) to Security Corner: Off the Grid: A unique solution for creating secure passwords
Security Corner: Password-related Definitions to Security Corner: A portable app to password protect your USB sticks
Security Corner: Carry your passwords in your wallet to Security Corner: LastPass Security Challenge
Security Corner: Ten tips for secure online shopping to The Security Detail: Apple Invites Scrutiny of Mac OS X Security
The Security Detail: From the "WTF? Are You Serious??" Vault to The Security Detail: Kaspersky offers free security tools for Android
The Security Detail: DarkSeoul demonstrates need for sharing security information to Security Wire Weekly: Security Wire Weekly: Industry consolidation
Security Wire Weekly: Security Wire Weekly: Roundtable - VA data breach to Security Wire Weekly: Security Wire Weekly: CSI 2007 - Intel’s Steve Orrin
Security Wire Weekly: Security Wire Weekly: Security breach response to Security Wire Weekly: Cybersecurity academia, research feels pinch
Security Wire Weekly: Virtual Criminology Report: Cybercrime vs. Cyberlaw to Security Wire Weekly: Kaminsky on DNSSEC progress
Security Wire Weekly: Squad: RSA Conference 2010 in review to Security Wire Weekly: Demystifying nation-state attacks and their impact
Security Wire Weekly: Joe Stewart on Flame malware, botnet sophistication to Buzz’s Blog: On Web 3.0 and the Semantic Web: The Maxwell Renderer and the gray zone of 3D modeling
Buzz’s Blog: On Web 3.0 and the Semantic Web: Wordpress spam: spoiling the fun and effectiveness of blogging to Server Farming: Quest for power efficient servers leads vendors to PC chips
Server Farming: Server sales tank as folks stretch hardware life cycles to The Virtualization Room: Once upon a time, there was a VI3 migration…
The Virtualization Room: Microsoft being Microsoft to The Virtualization Room: Microsoft support for VMware: wishful thinking?
The Virtualization Room: Linux Kernel 2.6.23 = Win for Xen and KVM and a loss for VMware to The Virtualization Room: User interface management tools may jolt virtualization ecosystem
The Virtualization Room: VKernel virtual appliance identifies issues with new dashboards to The Virtualization Room: 3Leaf plugs in to VirtualCenter, certifies HP DL385
The Virtualization Room: VAlign Software announces new management tool for VMware to The Virtualization Room: Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 released to manufacturing
The Virtualization Room: Microsoft pushes on despite Hyper-V ban at VMworld to The Virtualization Room: Want to be on our advisory board?
The Virtualization Room: Novell acquired, but not by VMware to The Virtualization Room: VCP, VCDX losing value, survey says
The Virtualization Room: RHEV 3.0 beta supports up to 2 TB of RAM per VM to Service Endpoint: Weekly SOA crumbs #11
Service Endpoint: Free book preview for C# 3.0 to Service Endpoint: WSDAC#31 - Top developer mistakes
Service Endpoint: News: OMG Releases Draft Of SoaML to SOA Talk: Rails rally cry heard in .NET framework arena
SOA Talk: Application modernization: COBOL meets .NET to SOA Talk: Random notes from Gartner BPM Summit in Orlando.
SOA Talk: AmberPoint pursues subatomic BPM app managment to SOA Talk: Altova updates XML, UML and database tools in MissionKit v2010 r3
SOA Talk: Impact 2010: Ray Kurzweil and the magic of the exponential to SOA Talk: Cloud computing influences mashups and middleware - but midrange legacy won't move soon
SOA Talk: Looking at integration development to SOA Talk: SOASTA buys LogNormal; The goal? Gain mobile end-user point of view
SOA Talk: Developing Digital Disruption: On tap at Forrester AD event to Software Quality Insights: Aragon nabs Krugle's cool code search technology
Software Quality Insights: PCI compliance and how PI affects your testing to Software Quality Insights: Pulling compliance audits, procedures and practice together
Software Quality Insights: Boston SPIN: A small group's big ideas about agile development to Software Quality Insights: Visualizations as a way of eliciting software requirements
Software Quality Insights: Newcomer to Agile ALM: Telerik's TeamPulse available July 27 to Software Quality Insights: Gojco Adzic: A changing culture is the most difficult problem testers face
Software Quality Insights: Kristan Vingrys from Thoughtworks: An Agile build pipeline to Software Quality Insights: Building security requirements into software: Mobile apps, Web services and the cloud
Software Quality Insights: HP set to boost configuration management for cloud computing to Today's Big Picture: The IT Files - Blindu Eusebiu - Part 2
Today's Big Picture: The IT Files - Matt Heusser - Part 1 to SQL Server with Mr. Denny: What should I speak on at PASS this year?
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: New Article: Create an upgrade plan for your move to SQL Server 2005 to SQL Server with Mr. Denny: A Load Balanced Federated Database Solution
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Decreasing Network Traffic and Network Latency When Using Replication to SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Photo's from last night
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Steps to Troubleshoot Connections to your SQL Server to SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Hey sysadmins, quit trying to virtualize everything!
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: How do you know when it's time to refactor that database design? to SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Time for another MSDN Ultimate Giveaway!
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: And the winner of an MSDN license is... to SQL Server with Mr. Denny: For the love of god people, quit screwing around with the base permissions within SQL Server.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: If you see your replication log reader slow down for no reason, here's some stuff to look at. to SQL Server with Mr. Denny: New SQL 2008 R2 SP1 trace flag adjusts autostats threshold
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: SQLFun a great way to meet people and make friends to SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Moving huge amounts of data between data centers
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: What do I do with Standard Edition SQL Servers using Mirroring to SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Write about what you care about. If you do the page views will happen.
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Recommended reading from mrdenny for April 26, 2013 to SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Congratulation SQL PASS 2014 Speakers
SQL Server with Mr. Denny: Recommended reading from mrdenny for July 04, 2014 to Storage Channel Pipeline: Dedupe: Square peg for round hole?
Storage Channel Pipeline: Enterprise archiving: A real solution to the backup problem to Storage Channel Pipeline: Next step in backing up virtual machines: Run VMs from the backup area
Storage Channel Pipeline: Using the cloud for product demo, data storage training environments to Yottabytes: Storage and Disaster Recovery: IBM's 120-Petabyte Hard Drive Causes Flurry of Analogies
Yottabytes: Storage and Disaster Recovery: Are You Ready for the New LTO 6 Tape Standard? to Yottabytes: Storage and Disaster Recovery: Following Amazon, Google Unveils a Bigger Station Wagon
Yottabytes: Storage and Disaster Recovery: Gartner Releases Third E-Discovery Magic Quadrant: Same Ol' Same Ol' to Storage Soup: Microsoft, EMC get closer
Storage Soup: Datacatch extends Google Desktop to thumb drives, CD-ROMs to Storage Soup: Google’s millionaire masseusse
Storage Soup: Tech’s tangled Web in China to Storage Soup: Primary storage still means one vendor
Storage Soup: Nexsan the brave to Storage Soup: Event Horizon: CERN mega-collider coming to life
Storage Soup: Cisco executive found shot to death to Storage Soup: Storage Headlines for 01-14-2009
Storage Soup: SSDs: Your mileage almost certainly will vary to Storage Soup: 3Par braces for V-Max
Storage Soup: 05-07-2009 Storage Headlines to Storage Soup: Could simpler QA testing bring down the cost of SSDs?
Storage Soup: Emulex and IBM to ship virtual NIC to Storage Soup: Something's brewing with NetApp, VMware and Cisco
Storage Soup: Week of 01-11-2010 Storage Headlines to Storage Soup: Coraid picks up ZFS NAS trail
Storage Soup: S3 adds Tier 2 for 10 cents per GB to Storage Soup: Cloud storage gateway startup Cirtas gets funding, new CEO
Storage Soup: Quantum upgrades dedupe software, while sales miss mark to Storage Soup: DataCore adds support for cloud as storage tier
Storage Soup: FlashSoft makes quick upgrade to SSD-caching software to Storage Soup: Get ready for 4 TB SATA drives
Storage Soup: Storage world gets close-up look at a disaster to Storage Soup: Astute takes early lead in VDI benchmark scores
Storage Soup: Amplidata adds denser, faster object storage nodes to Storage Soup: Violin Memory flashes its IPO plans
Storage Soup: Pure Storage gets $150M to grow now, IPO later to Storage Soup: Google slashes cloud storage prices
Storage Soup: Amplidata receives funding, seeks partners to Storage Soup: All-flash pioneers holding up well despite increased competition
Storage Soup: Nasuni tests storage volume with more than 1 billion files to System i Blogger: Search400.com - Power Systems Announcment Shines at COMMON
System i Blogger: Al Barsa Jr - Farewell to System i Blogger: The Father of the now IBM i, Frank Soltis, is not working at IBM anymore
System i Blogger: Ross Mauri - Chat Transcript from iSociety to Tales from the Data Center: Data Center Contest: Zut alors! How many cables?