Systemd: Harbinger of the Linux apocalypse

August 18, 2014
It might not be the end of the world, but the design of systemd and the attitudes of its developers have been counterproductive
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The quiet before the next IT revolution

August 11, 2014
Now that the technologies behind our servers and networks have stabilized, IT can look forward to a different kind of constant change
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No interruptions! Technologist at work

August 04, 2014
A five-minute interruption can cause the loss of an hour of production for the dedicated techie -- most of the time
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Who's managing your managed services? You, ultimately

July 28, 2014
Managed services aren't magic. Before your provider can provide relief, it will need some help from you
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Why all businesses should care about Net neutrality

July 21, 2014
If you think your company has nothing to fear from 'slow lane' Internet, think again
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To troubleshoot, mix two parts observation with one part magic

July 14, 2014
Believe it or not! With some technology problems, the mere act of seeing is fixing -- or so it would seem
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Are users hoarding data? Here's where to put it

July 07, 2014
If you're maintaining data not accessed since the Clinton Administration, there's a place for it -- and it should ease data migration in the future
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Tech traps 101: How to meet deadlines without sabotaging the future

June 30, 2014
Designing software, network infrastructure, or any system is a minefield, but you can avoid placing traps for yourself to find later
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Murder in the Amazon cloud

June 23, 2014
The demise of Code Spaces at the hands of an attacker shows that, in the cloud, off-site backups and separation of services could be key to survival
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Apache or Nginx? Go with both

June 16, 2014
Choosing a Web server is not a zero-sum game, and many workloads favor a combination of the two leading names
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