JD Sartain

tech journalist

JD Sartain is a technology journalist from Boston. She writes for PCWorld, Network World, CIO, & several other tech magazines.

How to survive the death of Flash

How to fight off a zombie app-ocalypse

How to fight off a zombie app-ocalypse

If zombie apps are attacking your company, you need to hire an application assassin.

10 real-world robots

10 real-world robots

No longer relegated to science fiction, robots are invading the real world.

Does quantum cryptology offer hack-proof security?

Does quantum cryptology offer hack-proof security?

New quantum cryptology research could result in systems that are impossible to hack. But good luck trying to explain it to your boss.

How a B2B company got its tech groove back

How a B2B company got its tech groove back

Upgrading a bunch of legacy systems meant winning back market share for an industrial supply company. Here are some lessons it learned.

13 must-have security tools

13 must-have security tools

Security toolsNetwork World asked security pros to name their No. 1, must-have, go-to security tool. We received responses from industry analysts, enterprise security practitioners, academics, and members of industry associations....

Top security tools in the fight against cybercrime

Top security tools in the fight against cybercrime

There’s no silver bullet, so load up with as many of these as you can.

How IT automation put fast food maker on fast track to success

How IT automation put fast food maker on fast track to success

A look at how Subway successfully unified and automated a series of key data center batch processes that put the submarine sandwich maker on a path to success.

How a hybrid IT cloud service helped Findly reach new heights

How a hybrid IT cloud service helped Findly reach new heights

When social recruiting firm Findly acquired an on-demand talent communications company its client base doubled overnight. IT execs knew a serious infrastructure change was in order. Here’s how a hybrid cloud solution addressed...

Internet of Things could be key to IT's response to climate change

Internet of Things could be key to IT's response to climate change

How IT execs can protect their companies from the effects of global warming and create new business opportunities.

Why disaster recovery planning can save lives

Why disaster recovery planning can save lives

After Hurricane Katrina left its mark on Louisiana, the CIO of LifeShare Blood Centers says the need for a disaster recovery plan hit home.

How RMS put its catastrophe modeling software in the cloud

How RMS put its catastrophe modeling software in the cloud

After hosting its software on Amazon Web Services, risk management firm RMS decided to move to a private cloud. The decision paid off, largely because RMS got a little help from its friends.

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