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Friday, December 7, 2012
- IT Salary Survey 2012: GRC professionals looking for a challenge
As compliance rules and IT risk expand, GRC professionals are looking forward to new challenges, according to the TechTarget IT Salary Survey 2012.
- Amazon set to upend status quo with Redshift data warehouse in the cloud
Fast moving Amazon.com will try to upend conventional data warehousing with a low-cost data warehouse in the cloud.
- Stat amplifies why CIOs need a social media presence, mobile strategy
In this week's SearchCIO.com Searchlight, a wild stat shows why CIOs need a social media presence and mobile strategy. Plus, dealing with 'big data.'
- Data center facility die-hards versus the cloud
Even die-hard data center facility holdouts might have a hard time arguing against a move to the cloud.
- Twelve common software security activities to lift your program
Software security expert Gary McGraw explains the processes commonly found in highly successful software security programs.
- Education group goes all-dedupe for data center, remote data backups
Teach For America found cloud backup costly and tape backup slow, so it switched to data dedupe appliances for data center, remote data backups.
- Network engineer jobs: Satisfaction comes from challenge, not money
Network engineer job satisfaction is driven more by intellectual challenge than big money, according to TechTarget's IT Salary Survey 2012.
- Job satisfaction factors outrank salary in provider IT, survey finds
Top job satisfaction factors for service provider IT pros have little to do with their salaries, according to a new TechTarget survey.
- Paragon Software Group and NovaStor Corp. roll out new software
Paragon Software Group released its Hard Disk Manager 12 software, and NovaStor rolled out the latest version of its NovaBACKUP product.
- Identity access management boldly goes where Active Directory has not
IT departments will soon be able to extend their corporate Active Directory to mobile devices and SaaS apps with identity access management.
- Resistance is futile; IT must support Apple products
As more and more users bring Apple products such as Macs, iPhones and iPads to work, IT departments must learn how to best support the iOS devices.