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Silicon nanophotonics replaces some of the wires on a chip with pulses of light on tiny optical fibers for quicker and more power-efficient data transfers between cores

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Jeff Biggs, vice president of operations and engineering for Peak 10 Inc., has taken many steps to harden Peak 10

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W3C: Phishing remains root of flourishing e-crime

Internet crime often starts with phishing, the practice of duping a user into revealing bank account or log-in credentials via a fraudulent Web site. Phishers send out reams of e-mail bait that say users' account information has expired or needs updating. The e-mail includes links to a site that may look very similar to their bank Web site, but isn't. Once those credentials are obtained, criminals use the information in a variety of creative and costly scams

Bye bye, boomers

Good news! IBM has a solution for your baby-boomer problem. You know, that one you

A real green field

Imagine a green field just waiting to grow an IT operation capable of supporting 1,000 college students, staff and faculty. You and your team need to set standards and design the systems necessary to make the new school a model research university.

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When the topic of network convergence arises, the catchy

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