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IT Workers are Confident Job Seekers, Says Harris Poll

The Randstad-commissioned study indicated a growing belief among IT workers that the economy is strengthening, with confidence jumping up 10 percentage points as per the study's measurements.

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IT Security: It's Time to Change the Game - and Here's How

After several major security breaches is there's another way to do things?

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More than 300,000 Servers are Still Vulnerable to Heartbleed

One month after the critical Heartbleed vulnerability was first revealed, there are still more than 300,000 servers vulnerable to the bug, according to security researcher Robert David Graham. Graham arrived at the number through a global internet scan, which found a full 1.5 million servers that still support the "heartbeat"...

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Zenoss, Legacy and the State of Performance Management

Zenoss believes that its performance monitoring and management tools should replace the "legacy" tools in use. For DevOps to be effective, Zenoss states, they have to have a clear view of infrastructure performance and how that’s affecting apps and services because if the back end isn’t working, neither are the...

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It's on the List: An Essential Guide for IT Folks Managing Daily Life

We've all experienced it. Everyone is at us. Everyone's priority is supposed to be your top priority. Everyone wants everything done today. Here's how you can begin to manage all that.

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