In IT security, continuous is the new black

In anticipation of RSA 2015, let's talk about the trend to maintain continuous IT security.

04/13/15

How Security-as-a-Service can save an organization millions

How Security-as-a-Service can save an organization millions

A new study makes a case for Security-as-a-Service.

04/02/15

Encryption: The security market's newest frontier

Encryption: The security market's newest frontier

The market gathers behind encryption to safeguard data from breaches.

04/01/15

What benefits are driving DevOps adoption?

CA survey shows 88% of enterprises either have or expect to adopt DevOps.

01/15/15

How Docker built a whale from a single container

How Docker built a whale from a single container

News from Dockercon Europe highlights expanding complexity of the Docker infrastructure.

12/05/14

CA's secret recipe: An organic engineering team

At CA World, CA's executives spoke about the company's emphasis on developing in-house engineering skills.

11/24/14

Cloud computing's not-so-secret mission

Cloud computing's not-so-secret mission

IT-as-a-Service is the real game changer in cloud computing.

11/18/14

Cloud security grows up

Cloud security grows up

Comprehensive cloud security services are taking over the market.

11/17/14

Firemon brings policy automation to policy management

Untangling the mess that is compliance rules.

06/17/14

How high-performing IT departments affect their companies' bottom line

How high-performing IT departments affect their companies' bottom line

Survey confirms tie between high-functioning IT and profitability.

06/04/14

DevOps isn't viable for enterprise? Tell that to IBM

DevOps isn't viable for enterprise? Tell that to IBM

There has been quite a bit of controversy lately over an article in the Wall Street Journal about whether or not DevOps was viable for enterprises. After spending a few days here in Orlando at the IBM Innovate conference, I can tell...

06/03/14

Silly rabbit, there's no such thing as DevOps in a box

Yesterday out in Boulder, Colorado, I hosted the first Camp DevOps held in partnership with Glue Conference 2014 (Glue is today if you are in the Denver/Boulder area). It was a great conference with a whole bunch of great sessions on...

05/21/14

Upgrade to Samsung Galaxy S5? No thanks

Nothing compelling enough here, move along.

05/13/14

The day the AV died

I was a lonely teenage broncin' buck   ~ Don McLean, American Pie With a pink carnation and a pickup truck But I knew I was out of luck The day the music diedSeems like everyone is all a-twitter (see what I did there) about the SVP...

05/07/14

On security reports and weather forecasts

Do you need someone to tell you it’s raining?

05/05/14

Security admins and executives: We hardly talk anymore

Ponemon-Firemon survey finds communication an issue.

05/02/14

Masergy adds MSSP to its lineup

I first became aware of Masergy back in the early part of the last decade. Since that time they have grown into a network services powerhouse offering a wide range of network services to a global enterprise clientele. Their...

05/01/14

JumpCloud just made cron obsolete

For just about as long as I have been in technology, when I spoke to engineers about having a specific task run on schedule I was told that we could "run a cron job" to make it happen.  Over the years I realized that sys admins...

04/29/14

Microsoft Office vs Google Docs: The Fat Lady hasn't sung yet

Microsoft Office vs Google Docs: The Fat Lady hasn't sung yet

I was reading ComputerWorld's Preston Gralla's article on Microsoft Office whipping Google Docs. I just don't see it. While I agree that you can't compare the feature set of power tools that MS Office gives you compared to the...

04/21/14

MongoDB 2.6 - NoSQL all grown up

NoSQL databases have been bursting into the market for a few years now. However, many DBAs still winked and smiled when discussing NoSQL, the way an older cousin looks down on a younger relative. Cute and sassy, but really if you...

04/17/14

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