Archives: February 2013

Everyone knew what China was doing -- now what?

February 22, 2013
China's cyber spying is no secret, but the magnitude of the data theft may be a wakeup call to secure sensitive corporate info
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Google follows Microsoft's playbook with touch-friendly Chromebook Pixel

February 21, 2013
On paper, Google's Pixel trumps rival Chromebooks from hardware partners in most areas -- except price
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Google stacks PaaS play with real tech support, souped-up App Engine

February 21, 2013
Company unveils support options for Google Cloud Platform, gives App Engine users more memory and Java 7 support
PaaS
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How to buy a Microsoft volume license on the cheap

February 21, 2013
There's an easy -- and completely legitimate -- way to work the system and qualify for volume licensing for only $28
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VMware and Citrix aim to simplify BYOD

February 20, 2013
The companies have each rolled out management tools that let users self-provision applications
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Linux-savvy IT pros are in high demand, low supply

February 20, 2013
Hiring managers are paying top dollar for open source smarts, but struggle to find IT workers with sufficient skills
Linux, IT Jobs
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More Office 2013 bait-and-switch revelations

February 20, 2013
Before upgrading to Office 2013, take a close look -- you may lose more than expected, specifically the PowerPivot BI tool that was free in Excel 2010
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Apple rolls out update for Java on Macs in wake of malware outbreak

February 19, 2013
iPhoneDevSDK rumored to be a source of the malware that has infected machines at Apple, Twitter, and Facebook
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The top 10 questions about the People's Liberation Army's cyber attacks

February 19, 2013
Security company Mandiant has laid out damning evidence linking China to a sophisticated cyber espionage ring. Here's the backstory, point by point
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Microsoft mangles Office 2013 licensing

February 15, 2013
Office 2013's licensing terms are draconian, obtuse -- and documented incorrectly on Microsoft's own website
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