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A journey is always easier with a MAP: Windows Server 2012 Migration Tools (via Microsoft TechNet)
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I'm sure you've heard the news regarding the new version of our server OS. Windows Server 2012 R2 (the preview is available for download now). Windows Server helps customers transform the datacenter, taking advantage of new hybrid cloud capabilities to increase resilience, simplify management, reduce cost, and speed delivery of services to the business. That's what we're all here for right? We're here to support our business units, and make our enterprises more efficient, more agile and more profitable.
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8 skills you need to be a successful IT executive
CIO
Have you been pondering your chances to make it to the executive suite? Few transitions are more difficult than moving from a managerial position to a top leadership role. It takes more than hard work and technical skills to succeed at the highest level. The complexity and breadth of projects at the CIO level can quickly overwhelm those who have worked in siloed managerial positions.
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Job-hunting basics for IT professionals
Lexington Minuteman
People with superior IT skills are not always good at selling themselves to prospective employers. Even in the modern era where information technology skills are in high demand, many may find it difficult to get jobs. The answer lies in IT professionals learning how to market their skills properly. They will have to present themselves in ways that instantly impress hiring managers.
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Hazy unified communications visibility clouds videoconferencing surge
IT World Canada
Growing mainstream adoption of videoconferencing and cloud technology is being dampened by lack of visibility or enterprise management and IT administrators into unified communications (UC) user experience, according to a recent survey.
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Software-defined networking explained
CIO
The very heart of networking is about change. Your current network infrastructure is a platform on which the entire IT portfolio depends for communication and services. Although the network is made of many physical elements, such as routers, switches, and firewalls, it is for all practical purposes a single system. A change in any part of the network can cause a failure of the whole. This wholesale interdependence has led to a fear of change among network operators that prevents new services, new features, and even good operational practices.
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And so, Silicon Valley slurps Tech City's brightest minds
Information Age
Cloudera has bought Myrrix, a machine learning start-up forged in Google Campus, while Facebook has acquired Monoidics, a software analysis company based near Old Street. This is great news for the founders, of course, and huge validation for Tech City as a centre for technological excellence. These aren't trivial companies — both Myrrix and Monoidics are at the cutting edge of information technology research.

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10 ways to be an authentic IT leader
CIO
If you follow the news you can find a litany of examples of poor leadership. People are distrustful or cynical of today's leadership and many times with good reason. That's why being an authentic leader is so important. Getting all your people on board and moving in the same direction is paramount to success in the fast-paced environment of IT.

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Passionate about IT Professionalism? Become an IT World Canada Blogger
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IT World Canada is Canada's largest online trade publication with a subscription base of more than 75,000 IT executives and professionals, representing 70 per cent of the buying power in Canada. IT World Canada is providing CIPS members an exclusive opportunity to become a blogger on professionalism issues in IT. As a community blogger you'll work with the ITBusiness.ca editorial staff to develop story ideas and deliver them on schedule.

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New microchips mimic brain's information processing in real time
Science World Report
Could computer chips mimic the human brain? Apparently they can. Scientists have unveiled new microchips that can imitate the brain's information processing in real time. The chips could potentially be used in the future to create complex cognitive systems that interact with their surroundings in real time.
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Puppet Labs appoints LSD Information Technology as a strategic reseller in Africa
ITWeb
LSD Information Technology, a leader in providing IT consulting and IT infrastructure based on open source software for the southern African market, and Puppet Labs, a global leader in IT automation software for system administrators, have officially announced their partnership agreement. This partnership has matured over the past year, and is gaining popularity on a monthly basis. It enables LSD to provide Puppet Enterprise expertise to the African market.
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