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7 great MOOCs for techies -- all free, starting soon!

To keep up in the world of high tech, IT pros must be constantly refining their existing skills and picking up new ones along the way. These seven free online courses can help.

An idle mind is the devil's Photoshop

Pilot fish is hired by this company to develop a simple database system to track clients and match them with doctors. It's quickly finished, and all that's left is to finish the training manual -- complete with cover.

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Microsoft drops Dropbox into Office Mobile for Android

Microsoft today updated the Office app for Android smartphones, adding support for Dropbox and further integration with the company's own OneDrive cloud storage service.

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SAP talks up Hana, but small companies slow to sign up

SAP says its Hana platform can help small and medium-sized businesses leverage big data, cloud computing and mobility.

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Mozilla tells Google, it’s not you (anymore), it’s Yahoo

Mozilla on Wednesday announced that it had not renewed its lucrative contract with Google, and will instead use Yahoo as Firefox's default search engine in the U.S.

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IBM offers 'devops' services to speed up enterprises' app development

IBM has built a team of experts on "devops," a hot, emerging approach to fast enterprise application development, and developed a collection of tools for deploying IT operations to the cloud.

Microsoft Azure thrown out of gear during a performance update

A service interruption on Azure storage services late Tuesday was caused by Microsoft's attempts to roll out a performance update.

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7 tips for landing a job at a coding competition

You don’t have to win the top prize to take away something arguably more valuable.

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Facebook's privacy blunders may trip up potential enterprise push

If Facebook launches a social network for the workplace, CIOs will have to decide whether they can get past the company's history of privacy issues.

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Teradata brings MapR Hadoop into the data warehouse

Enterprise data sets have gotten so voluminous that they can't fit into even the largest data warehouses, many businesses find. Now, companies running these overstuffed data stores have an on-ramp to newfangled, big-data style...

The fate of NASA’s supercomputer may depend on Sen. Ted Cruz

Republican control of the Senate means that one the most fanatical climate change deniers in Congress, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), is now in line to head the Senate subcommittee that oversees science funding. This is not good news for...

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Microsoft struts YouTube-style video streaming for enterprises

Microsoft has unveiled Office 365 Video, a YouTube-like streaming service where enterprises and large organizations can post in-house video content for communication and training.

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Why AT&T and Sprint just announced business conferencing services

Two separate business conferencing services announcements from AT&T and Sprint on Tuesday highlight the radically changing business models at U.S. wireless carriers.

Facebook's Flow could help JavaScript programmers spot bugs

Flow offers much-needed static type checking for the JavaScrtipt language

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IT needs to stop pretending it's not responsible for cloud security

While IT has ignored the public cloud users have turned Shadow IT into the real thing;when does caution about security become fear of change?

Evernote's quest to change the world through productivity software

Evernote's push for enterprise readiness is actually a push to change the way we work together.

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Microsoft: 'Nobody loves developers more than us'

At this week's TopCoder Open, Microsoft Developer Evangelist Matt Thompson made his pitch for the newer, gentler, more open Microsoft to the startups and independent developers in attendance.

See, they CAN figure it out...eventually

These two users sit next to each other all day in this manufacturer's shipping department. And when one of them gets an error message, where does he turn?

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