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10 things you need to know about Linux Mint 17

The pros and cons of Linux Mint 17, from 5-year support to the fact that it won’t run on ARM-based tablets Dek: The pros and cons of Linux Mint 17, from 5-year support to the fact that it won’t run on ARM-based tablets …read more
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5 reasons why hackers own your organization

Last week I noted that most companies are either already hacked or could easily be hacked — and, when they have anything worth stealing, are probably already owned by multiple APT (advanced persistent threat) groups. …read more
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Cloud talent wars move to the executive suite

Brian Stevens, the former CTO for Red Hat, is now managing Google Cloud. This move will provide more cloud leadership at Google, but it also leaves questions about what’s happening at Red Hat. …read more
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The 5 lessons both IT and business should learn from Apple

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FTC warns of using big data to exclude consumers

The collection and analysis of big data holds great promise, but may also lead some companies to create profiles of consumers leading to discrimination, the chairwoman of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission said Monday. …read more
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7 reasons Apple should open-source Swift — and 7 reasons it won’t

Apple’s new programming language Swift has been public for a few short months, but the Apple faithful are already bowle …read more
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No, Citrix did not kill CloudStack

Credit: Oleksiy Fedorov …read more
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Speed or torque? Linux desktop vs. server distros

<img width="150" src="http://www.infoworld.com/sites/infoworld.com/files/media/image/Linux_Desktop_hp.jpg" alt="Speed or torque? Linux desktop vs. “> “> …read more
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What microservices architecture really means

The idea of distributed, componentized applications goes back a long way. Most notoriously, it emerged in the form of the SOA (service-oriented architecture) trend that peaked eight yeas ago. Now, it’s back — as microservices architecture. …read more
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A look inside China’s most notorious e-waste town

Guiyu is known as the world’s largest e-waste site, but is trying to clean up its act Dek: Guiyu is known as the world’s largest e-waste site, but is trying to clean up its act External Source: …read more
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