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September 24, 2009  11:12 AM

For Effective Communication with Diverse Business Groups, Drop the Jargon

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Today's guest post is by Robert Malmrose.

Jargon can be...

September 23, 2009  6:34 PM

The compliance operational data store

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On SearchCompliance.com, John Weathington argues...

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September 14, 2009  4:24 PM

Twitter and tweeting for business

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Like a lot of people, I thought for a long time that Twitter was just a time-suck. It's not -- not just a time-suck, that is, although it certainly can be that if not managed with a steely eye and an iron hand. Then I started a Twitter account,

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September 3, 2009  11:00 AM

Why Slackware is still being developed and why you should try it

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Slackware 13.0 was released last week. Apparently there are solid reasons that it's the oldest Linux distro still in development. There's a great

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September 2, 2009  8:07 PM

Skype sold for $2.7 billion

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Not that I was worried about eBay's finances, but I was glad to see that Skype had at least held its value since the purchase.


September 2, 2009  2:10 PM

Pen testing through the mail — attack not real but the malware is

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Someone's been mailing letters purporting to be from the National Credit Union Administration to credit unions throughout the U.S. The letters ask the recipients to view training material on enclosed CDs. Not too surprisingly, the unexpected letters turned out to be fake and the CDs loaded with...


September 1, 2009  4:48 PM

Deperimeterization — outside the walled garden

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Deperimeterization was widely reported to be dead a few years ago, despite the best efforts of the Jericho Foundation. Nevertheless, as Jon Oltsik wrote for CNET, the scenario that it was designed to deal with seems to be happening...

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