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Fri Apr 27 10:48:26 UTC 2007
<FRIDAY April 27, 2007>
Each Friday, we present a short list of the hottest whitepapers, webcasts and research available. Information you can use to solve problems that crept up during the week, and to prepare for the challenges you'll face in the days ahead. We also provide links to news stories you might have missed, plus facts, quotes and other forms of brain-candy. (Hint: The fun stuff is near the bottom, so don't forget to scroll.) Have a great weekend!
Sophos: Security and Control
Keep your network flexible and your neck off the chopping block.
Arsenal Digital Solutions: Data Protection for SMBs
DIY's fine for assembling Swedish furniture, but not the best tack for backing up your data.
Blue Lane Technologies: Securing Virtualized Infrastructure
Full power to the deflector shields. Engage!
Borland: The Top 10 Blunders in Integration and Testing... And How to Avoid Them
If you want to develop as a software developer, read this before your next build.
Solidcore Systems: Managing Change Risk on Critical IT Infrastructure
In a special video case study, Motorola's CISO Bill Boni outlines his vision for implementing enterprise-wide change.
Microsoft Forefront and Microsoft System Center "You're in Control" Launch: May 2, 2007 - Beverly Hills, California
Complimentary attendance; cool software, test drives and breakout sessions; plus, the requisite closing party. Very limited space is still available, but this is your last chance.
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Honda Accord "Cog" Commercial
Three months, $6 million and 606 takes to get it Rube Goldberg perfect.
On this day last year, construction began on the World Trade Center's new Freedom Tower. In 2005, the first Superjumbo jet aircraft Airbus 380 took off from France. In 1981, Xerox PARC introduced the computer mouse. In 1810, Beethoven composed his famous piano piece, Für Elise. And in 1667, a blind, impoverished John Milton sold the copyright of Paradise Lost for 10 Pounds. Happy Birthday Ace Frehley (1951), Walter Lantz (1899), Rogers Hornsby (1896), Ulysses S. Grant (1822) and Samuel F. B. Morse (1791). RIP Carlos Castaneda (d. 1998), Edward R. Murrow (1965), Ralph Waldo Emerson (1882) and Ferdinand Magellan (1521).
"Somewhere on this globe, every ten seconds, there is a woman giving birth to a child. She must be found and stopped."
- Sam Levenson
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