Online Managing Editor, CIO.com
informationweek.com — If a cyber war breaks out, what's a CIO to do? Prepare for cyber bombings? Get off the Internet and avoid the virtual front? Let the government step in and take over cyber defense for private networks? Hire Pinkerton-style paramilitaries to go out and crack cyber skulls?
informationweek.com — VMware is slated to disclose its plans for hybrid cloud computing to its customers Tuesday. This announcement is needed, not because customers demand it, but because VMware needs to do something to arrest Amazon's continued reach inside corporate IT. As VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger explained to partners Feb.
informationweek.com — (click image for larger view and for slideshow) You've heard the popular wisdom about assumptions, right? I figured it was time to revisit mine to ensure I wasn't living up to the old, if somewhat vulgar, adage. Specifically, I'm talking about Windows 8.
informationweek.com — (click image for larger view) A multi-year advanced persistent threat (APT) campaign that targeted the government of Pakistan, as well as global businesses operating in mining, automotive, engineering, military and finance sectors, among others, appears to have been run from India. Organizations targeted for industrial espionage were located in numerous countries, including the United States, Iran, China and Germany.
latimes.com — Monday’s morning commute started off horribly for drivers in the San Gabriel Valley when a big rig carrying fruit overturned on the 210, blocking lanes in both directions in Monrovia for most of the morning.
informationweek.com — When I think about the business of technology, I'm reminded of a joke by the late, great comedian Mitch Hedberg. "I didn't go to college," he used to say, "but if I did, I would've taken all my tests at a restaurant. Because the customer is always right."
informationweek.com — (click image for larger view and for slideshow) I'm about to return the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch ultrabook that Intel lent me for review purposes, and I'm not eager to do so. It's a fine piece of hardware. Overall, I've enjoyed using it and wouldn't mind hanging on to it.
informationweek.com — Google I/O 2013 has come and gone without major developments affecting the company's two primary platforms, Android and Chrome, but the developer conference nonetheless demonstrated how Google is outpacing its competitors. Certainly, that's evident in the numbers Google provided, 900 million Android activations to date and 750 million users of Chrome worldwide.
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