With the London Olympics now over, what are the lessons learned that you could apply to your IT environment? There are several about security and scale that you may want to consider. And how does the DOJ statement about iPhone security change your opinions about smartphone adoption at your company? We’ll debate these stories and more on our ninety-ninth episode of the podcast!
IT Pro News:
- The iPhone is so secure that the Department of Justice can’t crack it?
- RedHat set to release an enterprise-ready version for OpenStack.
- A standards committee formed to take on mobile payments without Apple and Square? That’s exactly what Google, PayPal and VeriFone are up to. Along with lots of other big companies, like Visa, MasterCard, Discover and AMEX.
- As the RIM ship continues to sink, they finally give serious thought to licensing the Blackberry OS.
- Here are eight IT lessons you can learn from the Olympics.
- We cover upcoming IT Conferences during the 1st show of each month.
- Is there a conference you think we should be mentioning in this segment? Let us know!
IT Pro Bookshelf :
- Are you getting ready to kick the tires on Windows Server 2012 at your company? You need to get up-to-speed on all of the new features, including Server Core. Fortunately there are plenty of books to help you on your journey.
- At the time we recorded this, the Kindle edition of the first two books were completely free! Check through the list to see what values there are for you.