This project involves statistical analysis of some massive government-collected data files -- so big that kicking unneeded fields out of the working database is a priority. So what are the best fields to get rid of?
The order-packing area in this warehouse has terminals, printers, power strips -- and a lot of wires exposed to the adjacent aisle where forklifts pass by carrying pallets. What could possibly go wrong?
These state-government IT auditors need their own server, and they figure the easiest way to get is to beef up a stock machine with RAID and extra memory. Just one problem: They get help from their IT guy.
There's a new receptionist at the chiropractor's office when this pilot fish arrives for his appointment -- and fish notices she has a tattoo that appears to be a series of binary numbers that spell something out.
This California city's data center has had an alert system for high heat and subfloor water for a decade. So why is the police department suddenly telling IT that it needs to cough up the fee for a permit?