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Effective IT security habits of highly secure companies

You’re far more vulnerable to hackers than you think. Here are the secrets to staying secure When you get paid to assess computer security practices, you get a lot of visibility into what does and doesn’t work across…

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10 boot camps to kick start your data science career

Data science is one of the fastest growing careers today and there aren’t enough employees to meet the demand. As a result, boot camps are cropping up to help get workers up to speed quickly on the latest…

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Microsoft to cut some Azure computing prices

The cloud pricing race to the bottom continues Good news for businesses using Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform: their infrastructure bills may be shrinking come February. Microsoft announced that it will be permanently reducing the prices for its Dv2…

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Bad actors race to exploit Juniper firewall vulnerability

Efforts afoot to reverse engineer the flaw and create commodity exploits Now that Juniper has created a patch for its vulnerable firewall/VPN appliances, bad actors are setting to work reverse engineering the flaw so they can exploit devices…

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Hitch your IT career to a rising star with DevOps certification

Hitch your IT career to a rising star with DevOps certification Savvy IT industry watchers have probably been noticing something called “DevOps” come gliding into view for a while now, striking regular pings on the scope of anyone…

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IT pros average 52-hour workweek

Employees in small IT departments tend to work more hours than those in large IT departments It’s no surprise that a majority of IT pros work more than 40 hours per week, but it’s interesting to learn that…

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Former Marine fights to connect veterans with IT jobs

One consulting firm’s hiring program aims to place U.S. military veterans in IT engagements. The transition to corporate life can be challenging for military veterans. Companies aren’t used to hiring veterans, whose resumes are unlikely to make it…

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The most expensive PCs in computing history

Raspberry Pi-like specs at recreational vehicle prices — as computed in today’s dollars The most expensive PCs in computing history We all like to complain about our computers and devices. It’s our inalienable right as 21st-century digital age…

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Five signs an employee plans to leave with your company’s data

A global high-tech manufacturer had reached its boiling point after several of its sales reps left the company unexpectedly and took with them sales leads and other data to their new employers. The company needed to stop the…

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Office 2016 adopts branches, update-or-else strategy of Windows 10

Enterprise subscribers to Office 365 get “Current Branch” and “Current Branch for Business” update and upgrade tracks Microsoft yesterday said it will launch Office 2016 for Windows on Sept. 22, and detailed how it will deliver updates and…

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