Friday, August 19, 2022

Carolyn Duffy Marsan


Big data creating big career opportunities for IT pros

Data scientists, who typically has a background in computer science or mathematics as well as the analytical skills necessary to find the proverbial needle in a haystack, are suddenly all the rage

Get ‘Hadoop’ certified . . . fast

Data management software for analyzing large volumes of structured and unstructured data in a distributed manner is starting to look a lot like Java in the mid-1990s. Who's offering the training

Why World IPv6 Launch day is important

The chief technology officer of the Internet Society says its important enterprises know that some carriers and content provider are ready

Leading ISPs, Web sites commit to June 6 start for IPv6

No Canadian providers are on the list of announced companies officially ready to handle traffic on the new Internet protocol

Unbiased info about IPv6 available from portal

Internet Society's Deploy 360 will offer information for network operators, enterprises, content providers, developers and electronics manufacturersrn

IT pros lament: Low pay, no perks

If CIOs don't want to see staff walking out the door in 2012, they should pay market rates, based on feedback from our audience

Five major changes facing the Internet in 2012

FRAMINGHAM, Mass.-- 2012 is poised to go down in Internet history as one of the most significant 12-month periods from both a technical and policy perspective since the late 1990s, when this...

CIOs, CTOs shed more techie cred

The trend of CIOs and CTOs focusing on management concerns rather than IT infrastructure isn't new. But experts say it is accelerating as corporations emerge from the latest recession

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