Senior Editor, Network World
Network World editor covering Microsoft, virtualization.
networkworld.com — This will be must-see TV for me (and that's rare outside of sporting events). NOVA and PBS have announced that they will air an hour-long special May 29 dedicated to examining the roles played by technology and science in the investigation that led to the capture of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects.
networkworld.com — IDG News Service - Microsoft plans to accelerate improvements in Office Web Apps, the browser-based version of the Office suite, adding features like real-time co-authoring of documents and the ability to run in Android tablets via mobile Chrome browser support.
networkworld.com — IDG News Service - China's government and military appear to be directly involved in cyberattacks against the U.S., according to a report released Monday by the U.S. Department of Defense. The conclusion, contained in an annual report evaluating China's military capabilities, marked another pointed claim by the U.S.
networkworld.com — Network World - Cloud computing services, both software as a service (SaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS), are subject to taxes, whether your cloud provider tells you or not when you purchase them. Reid Okimoto, senior manager in the state and local tax practice at KPMG, shares tips to help you understand the real cost of cloud computing.
networkworld.com — Despite its consumer feel, Apple continues to make inroads into the enterprise network. IT pros in Austin, Tex. and Portland, Ore. saw the biggest salary gains, according to Dice.com Three-quarters of the time, shoddy security with vendor's remote-access and VPN to blame for data breach, Trustwave study finds.
networkworld.com — Decision revealed in forthcoming book about 2012 presidential campaign By Paul McNamara on Mon, 05/06/13 - 10:33am. Add another one to the man's list of prudent business decisions. As relates to his previously documented loathiing of Fox News, it's now known that the late Steve Jobs backed up his harsh words by wisely withholding Apple's advertising dollars, according to an upcoming book about the 2012 presidential campaign.
networkworld.com — IDG News Service - A 41-year-old man was arrested for allegedly disrupting his former employer's network after he was passed over for promotions, leading him to quit his job and take revenge, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation said.
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