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FBI pushes for broader Internet surveillance

September 24, 2012

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It has always been a game of cat and mouse, hide and seek – the white hats verses the black hats. For as long as I can remember, and I’ve been involved in technology since 1980, even before the IBM XT computer debut in 1983 – people, hackers really, have been trying to access data […]

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The New Cloud Applications

September 6, 2012

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Last night I had friends over to watch the opening NFL game between the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants. Dallas won the game 24-17. During the game a commercial aired about cloud computing and what the cloud can do for you. I am sorry to say that one of my guest was unclear about […]

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Epic hack – what it means to you

August 13, 2012

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Unless you live under a rock you probably already have heard about the “Epic Hack” that compromised technology journalist Mat Honan’s online life on August 3 2012. Mat was a former editor for Wired magazine and currently a senior reporter at Gizmodo, a technology gadget website. As Mat describes in his article “How Apple and […]

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Looking for a Multi-Cloud Management Tool

August 2, 2012

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Recently, one of the users in a LinkedIn group I subscribe to asked the question “does anyone make a multi-cloud management tool”? The timing of this question could not have been better. As discussed in my “sneak peek” article on Monday, we are in the final stages of development on our next-gen cloud. A topic I […]

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