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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Big data creating big career moves in IT

Amazon Web Services enacts 'significant' price cut | Former LulzSec leader brings down members of LulzSec, Anonymous

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Big data creating big career opportunities for IT pros
A new job title -- data scientist -- is all the rage. IT departments also are adding data-centric developers and system administrators who specialize in tools such as the open source Apache Hadoop software. Read More


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Amazon Web Services enacts 'significant' price cut
Amazon Web Services has cut its prices for the 19th time in six years in a bid to fend off competition from the likes of Microsoft Azure and Rackspace. Read More

Former LulzSec leader brings down members of LulzSec, Anonymous
In a major break for law enforcement, several members of the LulzSec and Anonymous hacking groups were arrested this morning based on information provided by "Sabu," the shadowy LulzSec leader who was secretly arrested last year. Read More


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Google, Motorola ordered to provide Android information to Apple
A U.S. judge has ordered Motorola Mobility and Google to turn over information to Apple on Google's acquisition in 2005 of Android, its development of the Android OS and the proposed acquisition of Motorola. Read More

Google expands Android app size from 50MB to 4GB
Although Android apps were free to exceed the size limit before, developers had to host the data on their own, and for users, getting extra downloads was a nuisance. Read More

File-sharing services maintain their popularity -- at work
Use of file-sharing services is common within workplaces. And there's a good chance that the trade in data isn't solely for company business. Read More




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