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  • News: IBM drills into the energy industry for cognitive computing advances

    Finding new sources of oil underground is an expensive and risky undertaking. Now IBM is working with energy company Repsol to look for ways in which new cognitive computing techniques could help reduce the uncertainty and improve production.

  • News: Republican gains in Congress would have limited impact on big tech issues

    Anticipated Republican gains in the U.S. Congress after next Tuesday's election have limited implications for tech-related issues like net neutrality and reform of National Security Agency surveillance programs, with some observers expecting no huge changes.

  • News: IT pros turn a blind eye to file sharing practices, report says

    A recent report from Ponemon Institute shines light on the lack of oversight IT security leaders have over the file sharing practices within their own company.

  • News: How Newsstand failed The Magazine, and what Apple should do

    Apple's Newsstand was introduced with iOS 5 as a place for apps designed to deliver content in the form of a periodical--whether continuously as new articles or in the form or regularly produced issues--to gain superpowers. A Newsstand app could change its cover each issue, update images on demand in the App Store, automatically download content in the background, and have a free trial period.

  • News: Microsoft Adds IoT, Big Data Orchestration Services to Azure

    Microsoft added three new big data services to its Azure cloud platform yesterday as part of its ongoing efforts to make Azure a leading platform for big data services and to make it ready to tackle the Internet of Things (IoT).

  • News: Advisory says to assume all Drupal 7 websites are compromised

    If your organization uses Drupal, you might have a serious problem on your hands. On October 15, Drupal urged users to apply an update that fixed a SQL Injection flaw. However, unless that patch was installed within seven hours, Drupal now says it's best to assume the website was completely compromised.

  • News: Game to help crack down on bullies

    A new Australian-developed computer game has been designed to help children develop conflict resolution and bullying prevention skills.

  • News: Germany backs plan to retain personal flight data across EU

    The German government is calling for the EU-wide retention of personal flight data as an anti-terrorism measure, but is facing opponents who object to yet another database holding private information.

  • News: China: Facebook not banned, but must follow the rules

    China may be blocking access to Facebook, but that doesn't mean the social media network can't one day enter the country, as long as it follows the rules, a top government official said on Thursday.

  • News: Visualizations may shape smarter city development

    There's more to making cities smart than the Internet of Things and the collection of big data.

  • News: MCX says CurrentC is less about tech, more about relationships

    The company behind CurrentC, an in-store mobile payment system backed by some of the biggest retailers in the U.S., attempted on Wednesday to play down a growing controversy over whether its backers could accept Apple Pay.

  • News: Lack of Parental Leave Drives Employee Turnover

    most organizations quote cost as the major objection to offering paid parental leave, but it's a "straw man" argument according to studies that prove not having such programs and policies in place is the real budget buster. multiple studies have shown that companies that adopt parental leave policies and flexible work options for parents have higher employee engagement and retention; higher employee productivity and a lower rates of absenteeism. for companies looking to retain their talent, policies that allow for work-life balance are critical to the bottom line.

  • News: If Ebola's a problem here, just imagine it in India

  • News: Office 365 admins get spreadsheet search help

    Microsoft has switched on special search features in Office 365 designed to help IT administrators keep tabs on employees' spreadsheets, a task becoming more difficult and more important in enterprises.

  • News: Healthcare CIOs Can't Be Afraid to Innovate

    Steven Sasson built the first digital camera in 1975. He worked for Kodak. Thirty-seven years later, Kodak went out of business because it failed to embrace technology it had invented.

  • News: BitYota cloud data warehouse gets a boost from Microsoft Azure

    Hoping to enlarge its pool of corporate customers to include the enterprise market, startup BitYota will soon offer its data warehouse service on the Microsoft Azure cloud, thanks to a partnership between the two companies.

  • News: FTC: Operator of dating sites lured customers with fake profiles

    If you've ever wondered whether some user profiles on Internet dating sites are too good to be true that's because they are, according to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.

  • News: CIOs Should Focus on Their Workplace Legacies

    Business coach and psychologist Andrew Thorn wants leaders -- both people in positions of authority and those who influence in their everyday roles -- to think beyond business results to focus on the legacy they create. Thorn lays out his ideas in his new book, Leading With Your Legacy in Mind: Building Lasting Value in Business and Life.

  • How-Tos: 6 Ways to Maximize Your IT Training Budget

    Although the economy is picking up ever so slightly, IT departments remain on the lookout for ways to do more with less -- fewer people, fewer resources, less money. That's why learning how to stretch the training budget as far as possible can pay significant dividends. This is true both for those organizations seeking to develop employee skills and knowledge for the least expenditure, and for employees looking to improve and enhance their career potential and longevity.

  • News: Microsoft plans a standalone Office 2016 for end of 2015

    At one point, the announcement of an anticipated ship date of the next release of Microsoft Office would be big news. As it is, Microsoft's release of Office 2016 may not be the milestone some might expect.

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