IT Today: Detecting Application Bottlenecks, From Mainframe to Virtualization, IT Security Challenges
Tom's IT ProToday On TIP: Application Control-How to Detect Performance Bottlenecks, Advice for IT Contractor from India Working in U.S., DDoS, BYOD Creating Security Challenges for IT, DARPA Pours $3M in Python Big Data Project, VIDEO: From Mainframe to Virtualiziion, and more.
The ability to monitor applications to detect and respond to problems is becoming a must have capability for the seasoned IT pro.
Ed Tittel provides career planning and advancement advice to Shankar, an IT contractor from India currently working in the U.S.
Arbor Networks releases new edition of its Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report.
Continuum Analytics, a developer of Python-based data analytics solutions and services, said that it has receives about $3 million from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
Virtualizing an IT environment from a mainframe guy's perspective.
Businesses deploying converged infrastructure technologies in integrated solutions that more tightly align and even accelerate the value of information technology to help drive better business results.
Before dismissing network performance problems as something you can live with, consider the adverse impact slow application response times can have on your business.
Consider the orders of magnitude (and sheer manufacturing prowess) required to morph the very first 4-Bit microprocessors into the multicore powerhouses we use today.
It can be incredibly frustrating for the IT teams accountable for identity and access management to be constantly adjusting their systems in response to shifting regulatory compliance requirements.
Networks are the backbone of IT service delivery. So when the network experiences problems, application performance can suffer.
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Video: M2M Communication - The Rise of the Machines
Technology that enables the communication between two devices over a cellular network to collect and analyze data and more.
The cloud a key component of enterprises ability to gain unconstrained access to information and IT resources.
VIDEO: How Secure Are Your Mobile Devices?
Enterprise mobile devices are proliferating like rabbits in the spring. Rachel Rosmarin tells you how to keep them under control.
Determine Right Mobile Automation Testing Matrix and Improve End-User Experience
Following these steps to gain a mobile structure that can be grown to accommodate new features within an app or new sections within a wireless Web site.
VLANs, Subnets and Confusion – How to Monitor Complex Networks
IT pros are finding that as networks grow in complexity, so does their maintenance and troubleshooting chores.
What exactly can an IT pro do to head off the coming storm of overwhelming network traffic and prevent connectivity chaos?
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Getting Started with the Cloud: Amazon EC2 Cloud
In this article, part of our ongoing IaaS Buyer's Guide, we take a look at working with Amazon’s EC2 cloud and some of its related services.
Control Costs When Pursuing IT Training at a University
Ed Tittel advises a Marine veteran interested in pursuing college training in information technology.
IDC study finds a high correlation between blade platform adoption and lower per user infrastructure costs among a wide range of businesses.
Throwing solutions at a system because they have the word encryption in them, and are easy to implement, doesn’t always mean you’re actually better protecting sensitive information.
The right mix of reading, studying, and hands-on learning and experimentation will get you the knowledge you need to further career in IT.
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Put yourself through an annual self-assessment to help figure out where you are, where you're going, and where you might like to get to IT career-wise
Will corporate America ever again be in the throes of a Crackberry addiction?
For many in IT it is not a question of whether to use cloud computing but which cloud service (or services) to use.
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Networks need to be simpler, flatter and more capable of meeting the high-scale demands of dynamic workloads.
Today’s increasingly online world also means that just as lots of training has become virtualized, so have many IT cert prep labs as well.
The iPad and iOS operating system is tightly integrated with social networks. Under Settings in iOS 6, there are sections specifically dedicated to Twitter and Facebook.
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