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  • How Bug Bounty Programs Bring Big Savings and Better Security

    Enterprise bug bounty programs are increasing in popularity. They offer cash to hackers who find and report security vulnerabilities and are an effective way for large organizations to beef up the security of their software.

    Written by Paul Rubens23 July 13 13:40
  • Georgia's CIO Gets IT Outsourcing Deal Back on Track

    When the Georgia Technology Authority's plan to transform its aging IT infrastructure was failing to deliver, its CIO decided to rework the high-profile IT outsourcing deal it had struck with IBM Global Services and AT&T. The IT team worked with the vendors to get the relationship and the deal back on course.

    Written by Stephanie Overby19 July 13 16:18
  • Stack wars: OpenStack v. CloudStack v. Eucalyptus

    OpenStack -- co-founded by Rackspace and NASA in 2010 -- certainly has the buzz, what with partnerships with AT&T, HP and IBM, to name a few, all of which have promised to use OpenStack as the base for their private cloud offerings.

    Written by Christine Burns03 June 13 11:17
  • The 10 dumbest tech moves of 2009

    It's that time of year again -- time to look back and offer my 2009 awards for the most malicious, obnoxious, offensive, or nonsensical behavior in technology. The 10 winners this year include some of the best-known companies on the planet, as well as some obscure but worthy candidates.

    Written by Robert X. Cringely08 Jan. 10 07:12
  • 2010 tech forecasts: What the accurate analysts predict

    A venerable New Year's tradition in the tech world entails trotting out year-old predictions by analyst shops and laughing at their off-base prognostications. But here's a surprise: The two biggest analyst firms still standing -- Gartner and IDC -- did a pretty good job a year ago forecasting the shape of IT in 2009, as did the smaller Forrester Research and 451 Group.

    Written by Bill Snyder06 Jan. 10 07:07
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