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10 Google Glass Etiquette Dos and Don'ts

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10 Google Glass Etiquette Dos and Don'ts
There's not necessarily a right or wrong way to use Google Glass, but there are certainly smart and not-so-smart ways. CIO.com's own Glass Explorer Al Sacco shares 10 Glass etiquette dos and don'ts. Read More

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Survival Tips for Big Data's Impact on Network Performance
Big Data projects slam network performance. This paper offer survival tips to prepare your network before the Big Data projects hit, not after. Learn how to monitor and manage network performance for bandwidth, consistent low latency, scalable storage, processing power and security. Learn More

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10 Key Considerations for a Successful Online Video Strategy
As video technology has become more ubiquitous, it has also become more complex. The key considerations in this guide will help you to develop a successful online video strategy with advice to deliver high-quality video, scale instantly, and ensure real-time optimizations specific to each device, operating system and user connection. Learn More

The redesign of NetworkWorld.com
Welcome to the new NetworkWorld.com. We have overhauled the site to make it easier to navigate and, behind the scenes, migrated to a content management system that improves the customer experience for visitors using smartphones or tablets. Read More

Mobile ads pose serious security threat: report
The mobile advertising libraries that developers use to track behavior patterns and generate revenue are a potentially serious threat to the security of smartphone- and tablet-equipped businesses, according to a report released yesterday by Mojave Networks. Read More

20+ iOS 8 features Apple didn't talk about
Apple's Monday keynote at its Worldwide Developers Conference was jam-packed with information about the company's new operating systems and development tools. As such, it's no surprise that a slide entitled "iOS 8 features we didn't have time to talk about" made only a lightning-brief appearance. But we picked through that slide to find some of the intriguing new features you may not have realized were coming to iOS 8 this fall. Read More

Phishing campaign touts Heartbleed removal tool
Trend Micro is warning of a phishing campaign touting a "Heartbleed removal" tool, a nonsensical product that is actually malicious software. Read More

Lockheed lands $915 million to begin space fence work
Lockheed Martin has won the Air Force contract to begin building the new Space Fence that will track and detect space objects which can consist of thousands of pieces of space debris as well as commercial and military satellite parts. Approximately 19,000 objects larger than 10 cm are known to exist, according to NASA. Read More

CryptoLocker, Gameover Zeus interrupted, but what's next?
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) teaming with international law enforcement, yesterday fingered Evgeniy Bogachev as the cyber-crime boss operating a Zeus-trojan-based botnet that has allegedly stolen millions from U.S. business bank accounts over the past five years. In a stunning blow to Bogachev's alleged cyber-crime empire, which is also tied to the CryptoLocker ransomware attacks of last year, international law enforcement seized his "Gameover Zeus" command servers in Kiev sand Donetsk, cities in the Ukraine even as civil strife there is ongoing. Read More

EPA urges efficiency, many data centers still far from it
The White House plan to cut carbon dioxide pollution by 30% seeks to meet its goals, in part, through efficiency improvements. This could put further pressure on data centers to improve efficiency, many of which are powering servers that are doing very little work or none at all. Read More

The Internet of Things gets real
A year ago, people were mostly talking about the potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) — what companies and government entities might do in the future to take advantage of this widespread network of connected objects. Read More

How consumers are holding back retail tech advances
The in-person shopping experience, from finding the right product in the store to trying on clothes in a fitting room to paying a cash register, is far more archaic than it needs to be. Read More



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