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Robert-Lemos-eWeek
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Windows XP had to go because it lacks modern security features, says Robert Lemos. But you can take a measured approach to removing it.

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Praveen
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Praveen Mandal from SGI explains the steps we will need to take to exploit the potential of Big Data and the Internet of Things

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wayne Rash
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Heartbleed happened because web giants thought that open source provided them with a free ride, says Wayne Rash

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Barrie Hadfield_CTO_Workshare
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Barrie Hadfield likes agile development, human rights and the Raspberry Pi

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Sean Michael Kerner
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When the Heartbleed OpenSSL flaw became a media circus. administrators felt left out of the loop, says Sean Michael Kerner

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wayne Rash
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No one knows if the Heartbleed flaw was exploited, but you should make changes to be safe, says Wayne Rash

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Peter Judge
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Environmental pressure group Greenpeace wants to Amazon Web Services to use renewable energy. Peter Judge thinks it has a fight on its hands

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Sean Michael Kerner
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Windows XP machines could have a new lease of life running Linux, says Sean Michael Kerner - but only if users are aware of it

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wayne Rash
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If you really must run Windows XP after Microsoft cuts off support today, Wayne Rash tells you how to do it

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Bob Tinker MobileIron CEO
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Making your mobile IT work is Bob Tinker's first priority, but he's proud to say he can read barcodes without a scanner

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