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The OPM breach called into question the safety of fingerprint biometrics. What can CIOs learn from it? Plus: Google unveils latest Nexus devices; Experian hack exposes 15 million T-Mobile customers.
IT projects of any kind can be calamitous -- and organizations mixing public and private cloud services with traditional IT have had a lot go wrong, said experts at the Hybrid Cloud Summit.
Can my company implement the COBIT framework for compliance? What does it entail?
New Linux server administrators will find mounting storage devices very different than they have seen on Windows servers.
These IT cost-cutting tricks applied in data center labs can result in big savings.
Hardware is still a critical component in data center networking equipment, but the influence of switch software shouldn't be overlooked.
Juniper Networks has launched a fabric architecture that centralizes management for data center and campus networks.
Understanding the technology is simple enough, says one engineer. Building partnerships with a network vendor takes work but reaps big rewards.
In this excerpt of Hacking and Penetration Testing with Low Power Devices, author Philip Polstra describes "The Deck" -- a custom Linux distribution -- that breaks the traditional penetration model by providing pen testers an OS that runs on low-power ARM-based systems.
Malicious actors have found new ways to attack non-jailbroken iOS devices, but experts say the YiSpecter iOS malware may not be as dangerous as it sounds.
In this excerpt of Cyber Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Defense, author Robert Shimonski describes commonly used mobile technology and how phone tracking works.
Many QA organizations avoid turning to ALM tools for test documentation, but using them can make it easier to manage test cases and scripts.
It's a brave new world software testers. Expert Gerie Owen begins an 11-part series on everything you need to know about tomorrow's testing today.
A collection of integrated tools, Rational Team Concert, Quality Manager and DOORS Next Generation, rounds out IBM's ALM offering, Rational CLM.
Customers Calvary Church and Look Photography needed a more cost-efficient file-sharing tool and found Connected Data Transporter did the trick.
Data capacity challenges -- and the anxiety they bring -- result from the rapid explosion of data growth combined with barely increasing budgets.
It's hard to tell which storage techs will stand the test of time, but looking back at some of yesterday's storage technologies can help.