IT Today: The Challenge of Business Intelligence with Big Data, Cartoon: The Tech Dance, BYOD Identity Management

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Business Intelligence: Time to Analyze Everything?

BI at the scale of big data requires data management practices, an understanding of how to perform exploratory analysis, and the ability to generate and test hypothesis about your data.

Cartoon: King on IT – Tech Companies Have Eyes for Whom at the Dance?

Tech giants torn between current date, the consumer market, and wooing IT.

Centrify Launches BYOD Identity Management, Partners with Samsung

Security company to provide multi-application single sign-on for mobile and web apps.

Dell Launches Enterprise-Grade Firewalls

Company adds three new models to its Firewall portfolio.

The Stuxnet Lesson: Paying Attention to Dark Data Worth Your While

Dark data is a rapidly developing trend in malware that raises the bar for enterprise security.

With Re-Launch Can Blackberry Make THE Comeback?

There is life left in what seemed to be a dried up old fruit. RIM re-launches and rejuvenates itself as Blackberry and introduces long-anticipated Blackberry 10 OS

Moore’s Law In Pictures: An Illustrated History of the Microprocessor

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.

Sponsored: Blade Servers Cut IT Costs

IDC study finds a high correlation between blade platform adoption and lower per user infrastructure costs among a wide range of businesses.

VIDEO: Who's Watching Your Network?

By monitoring the network, you’re really monitoring connectivity between devices and their performance.

A Guide to Disaster Recovery in the Cloud

Cloud-based disaster recovery services are not taking the world by storm. Why is that?

Cartoon: King on IT – Cybersecurity Job Anyone?

Federal government, including the Pentagon, announce plans to expand its cybersecurity force.

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