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What Is The Zero-Downtime, Immortal Enterprise?
Is there such a thing as an “immortal” enterprise? Imagine if all the technology behind your business never died—or even slept. What if you never suffered planned outages, let alone unplanned ones? How much more efficient and competitive would you be?
 No, it’s not nirvana, says +Richard Bliss for +Forbes +NetApp'Voice: +NetApp Business News
Is there such a thing as an "immortal" enterprise? Imagine if all the technology behind your business never died—or even slept. What if you never suffered planned outages, let alone unplanned ones? How much more efficient and competitive would you be? No, it's not nirvana...
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Will Facebook location sharing be a turn on?
~Location sharing with Facebook notifications.
For anyone using Facebook who has ever felt the need to go off somewhere and be left alone, there is good news! A new Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) feature called Nearby Friends -- which notifies friends of your current location -- is optional (for now).

In today's #ITBW  for +Computerworld, bloggers can run, but they can't hide.

#facebook  
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My short blog post [could have written more but was limited to 600 words!] on +David Amerland 's best seller, Google Semantic Search #SemanticSearch #Google  
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Now we know why every pasty faced socially deficient WASP in Silicon Valley wants one of these contraptions.
#googleglass  
The only thing surprising about this gentleman in Shanghai, who seems to be using his face computer primarily for taking covert pictures of women he encounters on the subway, is that it took so long for someone to start doing it.
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+Stephen Glasskeys. Thats very true, ethical, and moral what you said. 
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Now arrest the NSA, eh?
 
Police make #Heartbleed arrest: Taxing times in Canada
 ~ Our neighbors to the north get their man, allegedly.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police ( #RCMP ) says it arrested the perp behind the recent hack of the country's tax agency. The allegedly-Heartbleed-mediated alleged hacker, one Stephen Arthuro Solis-Reyes, is charged with "mischief in relation to data." Oh, #Canada! In today's #ITBW for +Computerworld, bloggers hold their heads in their hands and weep.
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From the Do no evil Department...

#google   #kochbrothers  
A new article reveals the notorious university is deep in the pockets of the Internet search giant.
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I thought about using this earlier, but the news was a little too old.
This is in reference to the open letter published in the Die Welt and Bild about Facebook & Google taking over the planet.
Original:
http://bit.ly/1hYHK4c
Translation:
http://bit.ly/1tna9p3

#deutschland   #google   #facebook  
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Cortana how old are you?

#cortana   #easteregg   #windowsphone  
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The 'Soft Edge' That The Most Successful Companies Focus On by @richkarlgaard http://onforb.es/1qsQkub via @forbes #thesoftedge
A business lesson that companies ignore at their peril.
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Have you ever swapped the SIM card in your mobile phone? Purchased light bulbs or a police scanner? 

If so, the FBI considers you a "suspicious person" and a potential terrorist.

The FBI also considers people using encryption in an internet café suspicious. In reality, anyone that doesn't use encryption in an internet café is a moron.

#fbi   #gestapo   #sicherheitsdienst   #bigbrother  

Linky: http://publicintelligence.net/fbi-suspicious-activity-reporting-flyers/
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+Mike Nowacki No you have to get reported as suspicious by an informant first. C'mon follow the protocol man. :)
OK somebody needs to inform on Mike...
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Glasskeys founder - a website about tablets & mobiles.

I write for ComputerWorld's IT Blogwatch on Saturdays, and have written pieces for Forbes NetAppVoice.

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Amazon 3D phone: A bungle in the jungle? For more than three years, rumors of Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) smartphones have pricked up bloggy ears.

BYOG? Google pushes Glass as a business device
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Google Glass might be cool for capturing footage of your next skydiving adventure, but could it really help out your business? Google is hop

Heartbleed -- another horrible, horrible, open-source FAIL
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Chicken Little says you shouldn't rely on open sores. OpenSSL's TLS and DTLS implementations are badly broken -- tests our faith in open sou

California 5-Year-Old Boy Finds Xbox Live Vulnerability, Microsoft Gives...
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A 5-year-old California boy found a way to get around his parent's security settings on the family's Xbox Live account.

Will Facebook's drones pop Google's loony bubbles?
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Zuckerberg: Droning on. Train, bus, bike, or automobile? Regularly, most of us choose one in this list to get us where we need to go. If you

iPhone 6 release date in September, but 5.5-inch phablet delayed
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Microsoft's Satya Nadella puts the cloud front and center
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While the buzz centers on Office for the iPad, the real message in Satya Nadella's coming-out party was the transformation of Microsoft to a

FORMAT C: -- MS-DOS source code 'free' (as in lite-beer)
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Allegations of email pilfering fly at major Internet companies
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Email: Everyone reads it. Email. Bloggers everywhere are checking it, along with the terms of service agreements of the companies providing

The Oppo Find 7 sounds picture perfect
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Oppo Find 7: Firing up bloggers. Mobile manufacturer Oppo is exciting the blogosphere with its new high performance, uber Mobiltelefon named

Lawsuit accuses Novant of charging millions in excessive fees on retirem...
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A group of current and former Novant Health Inc. employees are suing the system over its retirement plan, saying workers have been paying ex

Larry Page believes private medical histories shouldn't be private
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Larry Page: The right kind of person. Bloggers are all a-twitter about Charlie Rose's recent interview of Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) co-founder La

Time to get skeptical: 9 make-or-break questions about Android Wear watches
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There's plenty of reason to be excited about Android Wear, Google's newly announced smartwatch platform. There's also plenty of reason to be

An Android Wear smartwatch to be worn by humans
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Moto 360: A round watch doesn't alienate. Yesterday, Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) announced Android Wear, a special extension of Android designed sp

Google not playing around with Google Play updates
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A whopper of an update. Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) announced yesterday it is unlocking its Googly self to help empower gamers. Along with updates

Syrian Electronic Army attacks CENTCOM, but US Central Command denies it...
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SEA hackers targeted CENTCOM in response to US intentions to launch cyberattacks on Syria. Although the attackers tweeted a screenshot showi