Some helped build an industry, while others helped save lives through technology. But all 13 of these tech pioneers shaped the future.
Worried about lousy cloud security? There's plenty of lousy security in other areas as well.
Santa decides what to give IT industry bigwigs, who were all over the naughty list this year.
All the incentives in business push for ever-bigger IT projects, but it's the small projects that succeed.
Reliability is a problem with cloud computing. But an even bigger issue is all those round trips between your apps and your data center.
Some are concerned that the NSA's 'Perfect Citizen' program could threaten our privacy, but the real issue is why the government should focus on rebuilding rotting network infrastructure.
Not all cybercriminals are as incompetent as the guy who recently tried to hack an ATM in Texas. You can protect your company from more-capable crooks by changing your default passwords.
Energy Efficiency That Saves Pennies a Day Won't Fly
To Vista or not to Vista? If that's the question, the answer is money. Microsoft would really, really like IT shops to quit waffling and upgrade.
Last week, the SANS Institute and Mitre released a list of the most serious programming errors that break software security. But a list won't fix the problems.
Sadly, this simple 'War Games'-era hack actually worked in 2009.
Ready for 2009? At this time last year, we were wondering how far down the economy would go. Now we know: way, waaaaay down.
For your next IT project, recruit a small army of users in the business units you serve.
Prepare for hiring freezes and layoffs -- or kick IT into high gear.
Can you make a federal case out of a user's spreadsheet error?
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