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Linbit Launches New Synchronous Server Storage Software | Enterprise

Linbit on Tuesday announced the release of DRBD9, its new distributed replicated block device product.<p>DRBD9 provides enterprise Linux users with …

The Ultimate Introduction To Agile Project Management

The Brief<p>You’re in charge of delivering your company’s latest and greatest initiative that’s going to change the face of “Widgets International” …

The Languages And Frameworks That You Should Learn In 2015

Last week, we asked you which were the languages and frameworks you were looking forward to learn in 2015. 47 of you replied, and here are your …

Beginners CSS Course

Beginners CSS<br>foundation<p>CSS, which stands for Cascading Style Sheets, is the sister technology to HTML that allows you to easily style the HTML …

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Web Index 2014: Internet censorship rising, net neutrality a rarity, and government spying is rampant

The internet is less free, more unequal, and web users are at increasing risk of indiscriminate government surveillance, according to the annual Web …

Former Sony employees mulling class action lawsuit over personal data leak

The Sony hacking nightmare is getting darker by the day – with the fallout expected to continue for some time.<p>According to several former employees who had their private details disclosed online last week, the company’s response has been unacceptable, and a class-action lawsuit is …

Intel shows off its own 'Internet of Things' platform

It wouldn't be a stretch to say that Intel is a bit obsessed with the Internet of Things (IoT). Connected gadgets were all over Intel's booth at the last CES, and it's one of the fastest growing portions of the company's business. The chip giant also kicked off an IoT consortium together with …

Fellowships available in security usability

The Open Technology Fund and Simply Secure are offering fellowships to researchers who seek funding to work on usability in privacy and security …

Six Ways To Define Your Internet Of Things Strategy

By 2020, an estimated 50 billion devices around the globe will be connected to the Internet. Perhaps a third of them will be computers, smartphones, tablets, and TVs. The remaining two-thirds will be other kinds of “things”: sensors, actuators, and newly invented intelligent devices that monitor, …

The History Of Web Design Explained In 9 GIFs

25 years of web design, summarized in nine unforgettable GIFs.<p>Froont, a San Francisco company that makes tools for web designers, has created nine GIFs that show just how far web design has come in the past 25 years. If you’ve ever wondered why CSS is important, or why Flash died out, these GIFs …

Wearing Your Intelligence: How to Apply Artificial Intelligence in Wearables and IoT

• Partner Content<br>• Author: Scott Amyx, Amyx+McKinsey. Scott Amyx, Amyx+McKinsey<p>Wearables and the Internet of Things (IoT) may give the impression that …

The Two Forces Driving The Internet Of Things

The two forces—digitization and networking—that have rapidly expanded the universe of opportunities created by the invention of the modern computer are behind the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT).<p>Digitization can be described as the representation and augmentation of our physical world in …

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Ready For The Internet of Things? 5 Skills You'll Need

November marks the season when high school students plug away at their college applications, and executives draw up business plans for the coming year. It’s a time when thoughts about the future dominate conversations from the dinner table to the Board Room. Yet despite age gaps between college …

We need to be pragmatic about the principle of net neutrality

The composer and aesthete Lord Berners was a famous eccentric who hated sharing railway compartments with strangers and developed a sure-fire way of ensuring that he travelled alone. He would stand at the door of his chosen compartment, maniacally beckoning people in. This being England, no one …

Digital Storage And The Internet Of Things

The Internet of Things is a hot topic recently. As the power of inexpensive low power microprocessors increases they are appearing in more and more devices and products. By networking these devices together we can enable ways to interact with our homes and the things that we carry with us in ways …

Cloud Computing Adoption Continues Accelerating In The Enterprise

A recent study by IDG found that 69% of enterprises have either applications or infrastructure running in the cloud today, up 12% from 2012. The IDG Enterprise Cloud Computing Study 2014 found that cloud investments have increased by 19% in large-scale enterprises (1,000+ employees) spending on …

How Will the Internet of Things Affect Your Business?

The Internet of Things, or IoT, is a mysterious and frequently used buzz phrase in online business today. For some, it suggests an impending Internet takeover that will eventually penetrate every area of our lives. Others say the Internet of Things is already upon us.<p>Depending on how tech-savvy …

The FCC is taking its time with net neutrality because "the big dogs are going to sue"

Commission wants to get the rules right so they hold up<p>Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler is getting blunt about why we don't have net neutrality rules yet: "The big dogs are going to sue regardless of what comes out," he said today, according to Reuters. Internet providers are …

Mozilla, EFF And Others Want To Encrypt The Entire Internet

In spite of all the talks of making the Web more secure and less prone to eavesdropping, the vast majority of websites still use the inherently insecure HTTP protocol for their connections. A team led by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and with partners such as Cisco, Mozilla, the …

The Internet of Things Now Includes Sugared Water

When Steve Jobs lured John Sculley to run Apple, he asked the CEO of Pepsi if he really wanted to sell "sugared water" for the rest of his life, or change the world at Apple. We all know how that went, but ironically, in January 2015, Coca Cola will be releasing an update to their Freestyle app and …

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List of freely available Programming Books

<b>You may also like to see:</b><p><b>Design Patterns : Singleton Pattern</b>• <b><br>Design Patterns : Decorator Design Pattern - Decorating Objects</b><p>Here I listed freely …

Court order stops Bitcasa from deleting your cloud data, for now (updated)

If you're miffed that Bitcasa not only dropped its unlimited cloud storage option but made you migrate to a costlier limited tier just to keep your files, you'll be glad to hear that you're getting a reprieve. Angry customers have filed a tentative class action lawsuit against Bitcasa for allegedly …

The top infosec issues of 2014

There is still time for any list of the “top information security issues of 2014” to be rendered obsolete. The holiday shopping season is just …

Big Data as Superhero: Fighting Crime and Boosting Security

Talk about the law of unintended consequences. The visionaries who created the foundations for modern operating systems were rebelling against closed, proprietary systems, so they purposely made them open and easy to access. Security? We’re all colleagues here, they must have thought. We’re working …

Video: Al Franken destroys Ted Cruz for getting net neutrality ‘completely wrong’

Senator Ted Cruz last week caused quite a stir — and a lot of forehead slapping — when he described net neutrality as “Obamacare for the Internet.”</i> …

Perry: Obama net neutrality Internet regulations are from ‘era of the Great Depression’

Texas Gov. Rick Perry is the latest presidential hopeful to go after President Obama on his plan to regulate the Internet.<p>On Wednesday, the Republican criticized a Monday announcement from Obama calling for strict Federal Communications Commission regulation of the Internet as a way to ensure the …

'Killer robots' need to be strictly monitored, nations warn at UN meeting

“Killer robots” – autonomous weapons systems that can identify and destroy targets in the absence of human control – should be strictly monitored to prevent violations of international or humanitarian law, nations from around the world demanded on Thursday.<p>The European Union, France, Spain, …

Islamic State and al-Qaida joining forces, sources say

Militant leaders from the Islamic State group and al-Qaida gathered at a farm house in northern Syria last week and agreed on a plan to stop fighting each other and work together against their opponents, a high-level Syrian opposition official and a rebel commander have told The Associated …

Three Intriguing Things The Comet Lander Will Investigate Regarding Life In The Universe

The landing on comet 67P was triumphant, but for scientists, the adventure is just beginning. This jagged and icy world is now located out past the orbit of Mars but by summer will swing close to the sun. Comets are fascinating to space buffs and biologists alike for many reasons. For one thing, …