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Chip-cooling breakthrough will reduce data-center power costs

A new microprocessor manufacturing technique could keep future electronics 18 degrees cooler, providing huge efficiency gains for data centers.

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The future of Red Hat: How will IBM's acquisition affect the company?

IBM's purchase of Red Hat may be a good strategic fit for IBM, but the payback is anything but guaranteed.

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Radical shake-up proposed for the internet

The World Wide Web could return to the retro decentralized 1990s if momentum for a blockchain-like protocol gets into gear.

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Mingis on Tech: Data breaches in a world of 'surveillance capitalism'

Facebook and Google recently acknowledged data breaches affecting millions of users. This won't be the last time that happens. CSO's J.M. Porup and Computerworld's Ken Mingis examine what's really going.

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Woz takes a broad but hopeful view on AI, IoT

Computing icon and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak touched on a wide range of topics in a discussion with the audience at the 2018 Fog World Congress, in which he expressed his hope that AI and IoT could allow computers to help improve...

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ICANN sets plan to reinforce internet DNS security

ICANN has voted to go ahead with the first-ever changing of the cryptographic key that helps protect the internet’s address book – the Domain Name System (DNS).

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NASA to use data lasers to beam data from space to Earth

NASA intends to shift its space-to-ground data communications from traditional radio to laser. The move may help internet throughput via over-the-air laser optical become a reality.

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Data hoarding is not a viable strategy anymore

As the volume of data that organizations collect continues to grow, storing everything simply isn’t cost effective. A strategy that balances data reduction with fidelity is increasingly vital.

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Wi-Charge demos wireless charging over distance

The ability to charge hardware over distances of several meters has always seemed to be something of a pipe dream. But Wi-Charge says the technology works – and actual product shipments could begin early in 2019.

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Where service health meets system health

With the goal of improving business service uptime, reducing the noise, and improving incident response, IT operations and service management (ITOSM) can deliver the business agility that not only supports higher quality software...

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Networking anomalies

Total network security is nearly impossible. Use anomalies to mitigate the damage.

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The 'made up' jargon of networking

Networking can be complicated. But keep these made up words in your back pocket, and you’ll have an easier time answering the proverbial question, “so, what do you do for work, again?”

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A technology horror story: The day the marketing guy joined the hackathon

When a marketer joins his company’s hackathon, he and his fellow coders learn important lessons about networking, collaboration and the value of marketing.

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The silver lining in the Intel CEO drama

It could fairly be argued Intel CEO Brian Krzanich needed to go, and this scandal was actually a blessing.

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Is the IT help desk model broken?

It’s no secret that enterprise personnel no longer work in the same manner as they did in the past. The real mystery is why we keep trying to resolve today’s IT issues with yesterday’s processes and systems.

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Red Hat reaches the Summit – a new top scientific supercomputer

The new supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Labs runs Red Hat Enterprise Linux and heralds a new level of cooperation between vendors.

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Mingis on Tech: Using blockchain to track carbon credits

With blockchain technology showing up in everything from global shipping to cloud storage and real estate transactions, it's no surprise that it's now seen as a way to help companies trade and sell carbon credits.

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20 hot jobs ambitious IT pros should shoot for

4M ‘well-paying’ IT jobs over the next decade will require practitioners certified in IoT, converged infrastructure, cloud and more, IDC/Cisco study says

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