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What's ahead for cybersecurity in 2019: TECH(talk)

J.M. Porup, senior writer at CSO online, joins Juliet on this week's episode of TECH(talk) to discuss trends in ransomware, IoT security and enterprise cybersecurity roles.

Rule #1: Don't. Rule #2: If you must, see Rule #1

This IT pilot fish lands a one-year gig working at an Army installation, and it turns out that the IT rules are just like in the civilian world -- only more so.

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At FAO Schwarz: Apple’s tech is not a toy

iPads and iPhones drive fun interactive experiences at FAO Schwarz

How to quit smoking in 90 days

Pilot fish gets a job working as a field engineer for a small local tech company run by two married couples -- and they don't hesitate to share their favorite pastime.

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CES 2019: The end of the technology segment as we know it

At CES this year I spoke to Frank Shaw at Microsoft about big trends. I found his idea that the tech market, as we knew it, was dead…and had been reborn as it always should have been. This is resulting in solutions that truly showcase...

It's not the tool -- it's how you use it

It's long ago, and this senior secretary is getting a top-of-the-line IBM Selectric typewriter -- and lording it over her co-workers. But why is it suddenly so balky?

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CIO Leadership Live with Joseph Spagnoletti, CIO at US LBM | Ep 19

In this episode, host Maryfran Johnson talks with Joseph Spagnoletti, CIO at US LBM, about IT innovation and digital transformation.

Can't stay, gotta fly!

This system administrator works for a non-profit organization in the western U.S., and he keeps strict office hours -- on a schedule that stretches from coast to coast.

Throwback Tuesday: In 1756 it was a very good year

This company gets a new ERP system in early 1999, and by Y2K crunch time everything looks like it'll be smooth sailing. But come the new year, there's a small problem.

Not change! Anything but change!

This business owner is convinced his network is too small for anything more than POP email. But what to do when his email provider decides to shut down his POP server?

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The top 10 stories of 2018: Blockchain rises, open source reigns, trust wanes

Optimists can look at 2018 and point to GDPR privacy protections, the launch of blockchain business apps and the creativity of the open-source community as signs technology can lead us to a safe and prosperous future. Meanwhile,...

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Ford vs. Tesla: Thinking about the problem of innovation

With innovation you have to execute.

Good thing nothing like this EVER happens in IT, right?

This IT pilot fish's cubicle is located near a woodshop that's in serious need of an upgrade -- and the process turns out to be one he's far too familiar with.

Throwback Thursday: You've just gotta wait for it

Before replacing hardware, IT support techs at this company must get a price quote approved -- but they're often rejected, so this pilot fish decides to cut to the chase.

C'mon, what could possibly go wrong?

It's the late 1980s, and this record label's ordering and manufacturing are all controlled by up-to-date data-processing technology -- which means a lot of punch cards.

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CIO Leadership Live with Elizabeth Hackenson, CIO at Schneider Electric | Ep 18

In this episode, host Maryfran Johnson talks with Elizabeth Hackenson, CIO at Schneider Electric, about talent acquisition, Schneider Electric's new capabilities on mobile devices, and the value of having a "healthy paranoia" about...

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Hell froze over: Microsoft moves Edge to Chromium

This move is not only good for users, it showcases both a new Microsoft and a new, more successful tech industry approach to success for everyone.

The name that must not be, um, Skyped?

This pilot fish needs to install Skype on her home computer, but she's having trouble getting it set up -- it seems Microsoft really doesn't approve of her name.

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