Wednesday, 29 August 2012

[TechRepublic] Should developers be sued for security holes?

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Should developers be sued for security holes?

Software makers should face legal action if sloppy coding leads to hackers emptying users' bank accounts, argues a Cambridge academic. Read more

3D printers: 10 machines for home manufacturing

Resource of the day

Maximized Warehousing and Analytics in The Era of Big Data

Enterprise IT leaders have to look beyond the buzz words of 'big data' to figure out what the real opportunities are for their organizations. Download this interactive resource guide on how to integrate big data into your enterprise analytics systems.


Slow start for big data in Europe

Businesses with tight IT budgets are focusing on cloud and have little time for the next big thing just yet, says analyst. Read more

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Microsoft Surface: Cheat Sheet

Microsoft's Windows 8 tablets - all you need to know. Read more

CIOs predict the death of the PC and the desk phone

Mobile working means we will soon be bidding farewell to some of the staples of business tech. Read more


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Microsoft logos through the years (pictures)

After almost four decades, Redmond finally puts some color into its corporate logo. See how things have evolved since 1975. View on site



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Procurement at the Helm: Steering for Success Market Research Report (SAP)

IT Cost-Saving Initiatives: Change Processes and Maximize Resources (SkillSoft)

eX5 The fifth generation of IBM X-Architecture (IBM)

Take this Security Self Assessment (IBM)

Standardization and Modularity in Data Center Physical Infrastructure (APC by Schneider Electric)


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Microsoft Surface: Cheat Sheet

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