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Tom's IT ProTom's IT ProToday On TIP: A Guide to Key iPhone and iPad Data Protection Features, Moore’s Law In Pictures: An Illustrated History of the Microprocessor, Microsoft Improves Hybrid Cloud Management, Ace Computer Intros Raptor 7 Portable Computer Server, HP Layoffs, and more.

A Guide to Key iPhone and iPad Data Protection Features

The latest iOS release, version 6, includes a set of more granular security and privacy permissions for users.

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.

Microsoft Improves Hybrid Cloud Management

Announces System Center 2012 Service Pack 1, and an updated version of Windows Intune, as well as Windows Azure services for Windows Server.

Ace Computer Intros Raptor 7 Portable Computer Server

This portable server packs up to a six-core Intel Core i7 or Xeon CPU, and dual GeForce GPUs in SLI mode.

HP Memo Confirms Layoffs and New Directions at Autonomy

Repositioning Autonomy and making sense of an expensive acquisition may be one of HP's most daunting tasks.

Sponsored: Scaling Out with Converged Networks

Networks need to be simpler, flatter and more capable of meeting the high-scale demands of dynamic workloads.

Slideshow: Hottest IT Certifications for 2013

The names and providers of extremely interesting and potentially valuable IT certifications for professionals to ponder.

Slideshow: Rugged Tech for the Enterprise

Here are 17 examples of toughened-up gear that can survive military field operations and office park party fouls.

From Help Desk/Admin to the Cloud: Getting There in IT

A recent graduate finds jobs scarce, but he is by no means devoid of prospects.

Sponsored: Converged Clouds Empower IT

The cloud a key component of enterprises ability to gain unconstrained access to information and IT resources. 

Mind the Gap: IT - The Times They Are A-Changin

In the past, IT has been the gatekeeper to technology for the business, mainly because we were the only people who lived it every day. That is no longer true.

A Looming Question of Location: IT Cert Exams in the Testing Center Vs. Online

Widespread requirement that candidates travel to a test center limits the uptake of certification exams.

Sponsored: Converged Clouds Empower IT

The cloud is a key component of enterprises ability to gain unconstrained access to information and IT resources.

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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.

Slideshow: 15 Ways to Improve Data Quality for Analysis

Analyzing business data can lead to insights about your business but poor quality data can undermine your efforts.

A Guide to Justifying Information Security Investments

Accurate information about risks leads to better decision-making: The more accurate the risk information, the better the decision, especially when it comes to IT security.

Sponsored: Converged Storage Reins in Big Data

Converged storage controls explosive data growth while maintaining operational efficiency and simplicity.

APT: How to Defend Your Network Against Advanced Persistent Threats

Is resistance against Advanced Persistent Threats really futile?

Floating Point Accelerators: Does IT Finally Get A Free Lunch?

Floating point acceleration key to huge top-end performance jump in the world's fastest supercomputers.

Making It in IT: Advice for a Veteran IT Pro Without a Degree

Ed Tittel advises a 55-year old IT professional who never got a degree or any certification other than a CNE 3 /4 and ComTIA + PC Technician.

Why You Should Avoid “Brain Dumps” When Preparing for IT Certifications

Brain dumps are pretty constant, if unwanted and unattractive feature of the IT certification landscape.

How Cloud Computing Has Advanced Over the Years

No single day passes without millions of people making use of one of the many features offered by cloud computing.

How to Use File History on Windows 8

Knowing how to handle backup and restore in the Windows 8 File History will help relieve stress when things go wrong.

Amazon Web Services Now Supports Microsoft's Windows PowerShell

Now enables developers and administrators manage their AWS services from the Windows PowerShell scripting environment with more than 550 cmdlets.

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