Kevin Fogarty | November 15, 2013
Bitter experience selling tech projects to end-users could give CIOs the insight to wave off projects badly aimed at customers.
Kevin Fogarty | November 14, 2013
Google’s new Transparency Report shows U.S. requests tripled since 2009, not counting demands for covert data-shares.
A long-lasting boost in conductivity following exposure to light could make strontium titanate useful for many fields.
Microsoft is reviewing its encryption policy following NSA hack of Google, Yahoo.
Kevin Fogarty | November 13, 2013
Amazon offers on-demand VDI for companies that avoids the complexity and expense of ‘real’ virtual desktops.
Electromagnetic fields created by antennas scattered around a metal cylinder scattered microwaves, making the cylinder invisible to radar.
Kevin Fogarty | November 12, 2013
Hiring managers are worried about finding enough new hires to match plans for 2014, according to surveys of SIM and TECNA members.
Under a security-promoting alliance with colleges, the NSA issued an outline of a cybersecurity curriculum for schools seeking its specific certification.
Microsoft is testing whether building fuel cells into server racks is a practical way to cut costs and boost datacenter efficiency.
Kevin Fogarty | November 11, 2013
But it’s still not clear what we’ll watch on the Internet of Things.
New project urges UI members to train and hire veterans to help alleviate “chronic” shortage of datacenter staff.
Kevin Fogarty | November 8, 2013
A setup that allowed surgeons to collaborate in the operating room is also sold as a remote-expert system for complex field- and technical-service problems.
Neither humans nor hash-cracking ‘bots can try a password without identifying inkblots in ways machines can’t manage.
Researchers create circuits using $300 worth of stuff including an ink-jet printer, silver ink, and photo paper or film.
Kevin Fogarty | November 7, 2013
IT security staff, pushed to respond to immediate threats, often make decisions based on emotion rather than data.
NSA scandal prompts 1,000 volunteers to verify their favorite privacy tool hadn’t already been compromised.
Kevin Fogarty | November 6, 2013
Brain interface helps monkey get two virtual arms working together using only neuronal activity. Planet of the Apes, here we come.
By 2015, any company wanting to capture the attention of its customers or employees will have to compete with digital media flowing every waking second.
Making SDN more efficient, cost-effective.
Kevin Fogarty | November 5, 2013
Autonomous vehicles are advanced enough for London commuters, but bagging groceries may prove more challenging for robots.
IT can adapt quickly, but it will always be a fast follower held back by the legacies of the last generation.
Kevin Fogarty | November 4, 2013
More dynamic memory per node is just one of the features that gives the new Cray enhanced number-crunching analytical abilities.
The former Google CEO suggested that the NSA datacenter hacks, if proven true, show poor judgment at the very least.
Kevin Fogarty | November 1, 2013
Residue in sewers, detected by sensors, could become the latest tool in fighting terrorism.
The power of commodity-level hardware and efficiency of in-line compression methods made 3D video possible far earlier than expected.
Should companies start using drones for common tasks, like package delivery?
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