JD Sartain

tech journalist

JD Sartain is a technology journalist from Boston. She writes for PCWorld, Network World, CIO, & several other tech magazines.

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How to survive the death of Flash

How to survive the death of Flash

What should an enterprise ban Flash, phase it out, or accept that it will remain as legacy software for the foreseeable future? Here’s a guide

How to fight off a zombie app-ocalypse

How to fight off a zombie app-ocalypse

If zombie apps are attacking your company, you need to hire an application assassin

Robots invade the real world

Robots invade the real world

Innovation in robotics now reaches into everyday life and will forever change the way we live

Does quantum cryptology offer hack-proof security?

Does quantum cryptology offer hack-proof security?

New quantum cryptology research could result in systems that are impossible to hack. But good luck trying to explain it to your boss

13 security experts pick their must-have tools

13 security experts pick their must-have tools

Here are 13 top picks for protecting enterprise networks, straight from the experts

Top security tools in the fight against cyber crime

Top security tools in the fight against cyber crime

There’s no silver bullet, so load up with as many of these security tools as you can

Gigabit Wi-Fi case study: Erickson Living upgrades to 802.11ac

A retirement community plans on retiring wired networks in individual residential units

Celebrating Unix heroes: 15 computing pioneers

Celebrating Unix heroes: 15 computing pioneers

A look at 15 early Unix pioneers and their contributions to the computer industry

In their own words: Unix pioneers remember the good times

We caught up with the pioneers who brought us the Unix operating system and asked them to share some memories of the early days of Unix development.

The last days of Unix

After a 30-year run in the enterprise, once-dominant server OS is getting 86ed by x86es

7 ways to mask your Internet identity

You can't erase all of the personal info that's out on the Web, but you can hide in plain sight

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