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Technospeak: Fundamentally Vulnerable Structure

Blog  I'm weary. Very weary. There is just so much to keep up with in the way of patches and fixes for security vulnerabilities across so many applications and in nearly every OS that I no longer even bother trying to stay on top of it all. My main concern, of course, is Windows/Microsoft and the applicat...

Last updated: Mar 29, 2010   1:57 AM GMT  |  Blog: Security Corner
VMware Pushes Free Fundamentals Courses

Blog  I'm innately suspicious of IT certification programs that require cert candidates to take expensive, multi-day classes as necessary pre-requisites before allowing them to challenge the exams that lead to such certifications. That doesn't mean I don't think all of the many programs that levy such req...

Last updated: Nov 27, 2013   4:50 PM GMT  |  Blog: IT Career JumpStart
A Few Fundamentals of Networking Electronically Encoded Data - Part I

Blog  Any distributed IT infrastructure requires a complex set of communication functions for proper operation. Many of these functions, such as reliability mechanisms, are common across IT architectures. Thus, the communication task is generally viewed as consisting of a modular architecture, in which th...

Last updated: Sep 13, 2012   0:42 AM GMT  |  Blog: IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance
Intel to acquire McAfee for 7.68 billion.

Blog  Something quite interesting... looks like Intel will use McAfee to scan at the bit level with vPro. In a statement, Intel said the acquisition reflects that security is now a fundamental component of online computing. Intel wants to bring computing security down to the chipset level, calling it h...

Last updated: Aug 20, 2010   3:19 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Real (and Virtual) Adventures of Nathan the IT Guy
Cisco Cloud Fundamentals 101 On-demand self service

Blog  When we look at the Blue Print of the Cisco Cloud Fundamentals (CLDFND) exam (210-451), it quite clear that Cisco is looking at NIST definition of cloud. Cloud computing is a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources ...

Last updated: Jul 23, 2015   4:41 AM GMT  |  Blog: Network technologies and trends   |      CCNA, Cisco, cloud
Schrdinger's cat

Blog  Schrdinger's cat is a famous illustration of the Copenhagen interpretation of superposition in quantum theory. Continued Quote of the Day "Besides transforming material science, quantum computing could lead to significant developments in artificial intelligence and allow for search or analysis...

Last updated: Aug 7, 2017   5:49 PM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from WhatIs.com   |      "Quantum computer", Schrodinger's cat
A Few Fundamentals of Networking Electronically Encoded Data Part II

Blog  All of the computers and other hardware connected to a particular network must follow the same rules or operations commonly called protocols. Operational rules are typically divided up into layers so a programmer or network administrator need only be concerned with the layer with which the software ...

Last updated: Sep 15, 2012   0:24 AM GMT  |  Blog: IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance
Overheard: Quantum computing

Blog   "The fundamental unit of information in quantum computing (called a quantum bit or qubit), is not binary but rather more quaternary in nature, which differs radically from the laws of classical physics." Casey Kazan, The Quantum Future of Computing A qubit can exist not only in a state cor...

Last updated: Dec 28, 2007   2:11 AM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from WhatIs.com
Free IT Book: Enterprise Web 2.0 Fundamentals

Answer  For an introduction to next-generation web technologies, Enterprise Web 2.0 Fundamentals is a great place to start. Learn how to leverage cloud computing and user-generated content along with business and technical best practices. To win this, simply answer one of the questions listed below and prov...

Last updated: Nov 29, 2010   4:13 PM GMT   |    Giveaways, HTTP, IT answers
Educators rush to get five-year-olds tweeting

Blog   News that the primary school curriculum could soon feature Twitter and Wikipedia has come as a shock to most, but not us.  Computer Weekly's journalists are fully versed in the world of Web 2.0, and cannot abide anyone who would suggest that Twitter is just the most irritating bit of Facebook,...

Last updated: Apr 3, 2009   2:27 PM GMT  |  Blog: Downtime   |      Social networking
A Few Fundamental Features of IPv6 Internetworking - Part I

Blog  The Internet is a worldwide system of computer networks in which users at any one computer can, if they have permission, get information from any other connected computer. Internet protocols are a support structure for networking computers. Internet Protocol (IP) addressing can provide a connection...

Last updated: Nov 1, 2012   3:28 AM GMT  |  Blog: IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance
superposition

Blog  Superposition is the ability of a quantum system to be in multiple states at the same time until it is measured. Continued Quote of the Day "Full-blown quantum computing systems wont be operational for several years, but opening it up to corporate developers will get IT shops thinking about w...

Last updated: Aug 14, 2017   6:18 PM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from WhatIs.com   |      Quantum theory
Martha Lane Fox backs Coding for Kids programming tuition

Blog  Remember Computer Club at school? If you are a 40-something like me, you may remember the Commodore Pet, the BBC Micro and daddy of them all, the Research Machines 380-z with its whopping 56K of RAM costing over 3000 as it did back at the end of the 1970s. Bringing us (thankfully) bang up to new ...

Last updated: Oct 27, 2011   11:36 AM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network   |      Uncategorized
psuedocode

Answer  I am new to computer science and am a student taking a programming class Fundamentals of programming with algorithyms and logic. This course focuses on programming through pseudocode, I have read the material associated with this class but still find understanding it difficult. I understand the conc...

Last updated: Nov 18, 2008   8:06 PM GMT   |    Coding, Programming, Pseudocode
What is the missing link of integrated circuitry? The memristor!

Blog  The discovery of Thursday's Word of the Day, memristor, has been theorized about since 1971, when the possibility for a fourth fundamental passive circuit element was first described. The invention, fully described in a Nature article on memristance, The Missing Memristor Found, has thrown the sci...

Last updated: May 22, 2008   4:55 PM GMT  |  Blog: Our Latest Discovery
More about the mainframe and cloud computing

Blog  James Governor, an analyst at Red Monk, writes about how major IT vendors are now pushing their consolidated architectures - what some might call unified computing - as great solutions for cloud computing. The only problem, Governor concludes, is that the mainframe has been doing this for decades. ...

Last updated: Dec 7, 2009   2:03 PM GMT  |  Blog: Mainframe Propeller Head
Decision fundamentals: faster insight to execution

Blog  This is a guest blogpost by Stuart Wells, chief technology officer, FICO In a previous blog post for Computer Weekly, I discussed six ways that companies can improve their decision making. With this blog Ill dive into one of the areas, accelerating intelligent solution creation, and show how it ...

Last updated: Jul 29, 2016   12:50 AM GMT  |  Blog: Data Matters
Disaster Awareness, Preparedness, and Recovery (DAPR) Fundamentals

Blog  In continuing from days prior, let's understand the elements of DAPR: Because prevention of - and where necessary, recovery from - harm is so central to security and business continuity, let's take a closer look at some of the fundamentals: Awareness: Awareness starts with the board or governin...

Last updated: Feb 28, 2013   2:47 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Business-Technology Weave
DSC pull server

Blog  A DSC pull server (desired state configuration pull server) is an automation server that allows configurations to be maintained on many servers, computer workstations and devices across a network. Continued Quote of the Day "The DSC push/pull model adds flexibility to environments that require a...

Last updated: Aug 31, 2017   7:38 PM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from WhatIs.com   |      DSC, Powershell
CCNA Cloud and CCNP Cloud Certifications are here Series 1

Blog  Cisco announced the release of new Associate and Professional level of Certifications targeting Cloud. Seems like Cisco wants Networking professional to be aware ofSDN, ACI, Virtual Application Containers and SAN. These certifications are known as CCNA Cloud and CCNP Cloud. In order to be a CCNA ...

Last updated: May 28, 2015   5:02 AM GMT  |  Blog: Network technologies and trends   |      CCIE, CCNA, CCNP
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