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Cloud Security Monitoring ... Revisited (aka It Is Not 2012 Anymore!)

by Anton Chuvakin  |  May 26, 2015

My next project, now that I am done with security analytics for now, is to revisit our cloud security monitoring work. Specifically, some of you remember my 2012 (!) paper...

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Is the Opposite of Your Strategy Sensible (an homage to a great article)

by Hank Barnes  |  May 26, 2015

A few weeks ago, what may have been one of my favorite articles on strategy and competition appeared online in the Harvard Business Review.  It was called "The First Question...

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The Difference Between a Research Analyst and Everyone Else

by Jack Santos  |  May 26, 2015

Sat thru a few presentations this week where IT practitioners, college professors, and consultants give their diverse opinions.  Now I have to tell you, I am a great fan of...

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China and then Coming Chill

by Andrew White  |  May 26, 2015

I do believe that enough data is now mounting that suggests a chill economic wind from the East is due.  For a long time China has added more to global...

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The Real Reason You Don't Have Enough Time

by Martin Kihn  |  May 26, 2015

Welcome back, marketers! Hope you made it a good one: stayed away from the IM, email, electric gossip, group chats, Twitter sprawl, trade headlines, news links, Facebook jacking and all...

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Marketing Lessons from Dr. Nash

by Andrew Frank  |  May 25, 2015

With the passing of Nobel Laureate John Nash comes an opportunity to look beyond the popular story of his vexed personal life as recounted in “A Beautiful Mind” and discover – or...

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Towards a #DevOps master

by Joerg Fritsch  |  May 25, 2015

When it comes to DevOps I observe the following types of adopters and wannabe adopters: 1. The top 1% of the companies that have no issues with adopting any technology...

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Future Data Centers are Not Software Defined, They're Enterprise Defined

by David Cappuccio  |  May 24, 2015

There are times in life (and especially within IT) when we must realize that not all things can be delivered (and defined) by software or marketing.  I suppose this realization...

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Unsung Marketing Hacks – What Didn’t Make the Top 10 List?

by Kirsten Newbold  |  May 22, 2015

Two weeks ago I shared 10 Marketing Hacks that we presented during our GML Conference in San Diego. One of our attendees was curious to know which hacks didn’t even...

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Chaos Human

by Nathan Wilson  |  May 22, 2015

With the unofficial start of summer here in the United States, I have a modest proposal can allow you to improve your organizations robustness. It does not require any big...

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