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IT Professionals Overworked, Losing Pride in Their Jobs

Overall, the percentage of IT professionals who would not choose to pursue a career in IT rose from 19 percent in 2013 to 23 percent in 2014.

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As IT's Industrial Age Ends, The Humanist Era Begins

There’s a real skills crisis in IT -- and it’s not a quantity issue. The new IT is not what the old IT was designed to do. For some, the new IT will create opportunities; for others, soul-searching and less relevance.

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eBay Security Breach Delivers 10 Lessons for Enterprise IT Executives

The eBay breach, the latest in a long list of security woes at large enterprises, should teach us a lot about security—or the general lack of it—across the Web.

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Introducing Forrester’s Targeted-Attack Hierarchy Of Needs

We recently published part 1 of a new series designed to help organizations build resiliency against targeted attacks. In the spirit of Maslow, we designed our Targeted-Attack Hierarchy Of Needs

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How to Interpret CPU Load on Linux

Monitoring, anticipating, and reacting to server load is a full time job in some organizations. Unexpected spikes in resource usage can indicate a software or hardware problem. 

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