Journal of Irreproducible Results

IT Toolbox

Ironically now, most science journals should have this subtitle

Microsoft Removed Journal From Windows Due To Security Issues

Doctor Chaos

Last month, Fortinet researcher Honggang Ren discovered a heap overflow vulnerability in Windows Journal and reported it to Microsoft. This month, Microsoft released update KB3161102 and removed the Journal component from all versions of Windows because the file format used by Journal has been demonstrated to be susceptible to a number of security exploits.

British Medical Journal CDO on using Amazon and Alibaba for its multi-cloud strategy

Computer Weekly

A year on from embracing DevOps and private cloud to help speed up its software development lifecycle, British Medical Journal CDO Sharon Cooper shares an update on how its multi-cloud move is going

How Data Journalism is Impacting the Industry

CTOvision

Though it may not be obvious to the average person, the journalism industry is undergoing a transformative change, one that could very well revolutionize the business in exciting ways. Data has, of course, always been a part of journalism, especially when it came to in-depth reporting. Data journalism has arrived, and its overall impact on the industry will be something to keep a close eye on over the next few years. The promise behind data journalism is immense.

Faster journal posting methods (BAPI)

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First choice might be a BAPI for high performance Unfortunately BAPIs don't exist for every scenario though and sometimes the out-of-the-box BAPIs can be inadequate for the purposes of what you want to do

Scrum Transition Journal: Grooming Woes Part 3

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Behind the scenes, out of view from the rest of the scrum team, the product owner is busily slaving away to get stories ready for a sprint. It's a lot of work that not a lot of people get to see. We call it "grooming the backlog". I've already written about ranking and prioritizing as well as how stories tend to multiply and generally complicate the whole

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Scrum Transition Journal: Grooming Woes Part 1

IT Toolbox

I've been writing about the process of shifting from a "semi'-agile" development model into a more formal scrum process. I'm a product manager/product owner. So for most people who deal with scrum based methodologies, I think my perspective is a little bit unique. I attend the daily stand up just like everyone else. Of course, anyone who has questions about

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Scrum Transition Journal: This pace is brutal!

IT Toolbox

So we’re moving to an Agile scrum process. This is a dream-come-true for the development team. But it’s a decent sized change that is going to take some getting used to. I’m not complaining. But I am painfully aware of some of the impacts on me as a product manager. One of the first things that I have noticed is that the cadence is

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Additional Currencies and the Manual Journal

IT Toolbox

Accessing the additional currencies is not a straightforward task from the SAPGUI

Interview: British Medical Journal’s CDO talks datacentres, DevOps and desktops

Computer Weekly

BMJ’s chief digital officer explains how the 170-year-old healthcare publication has negotiated several major digital transformation projects since she joined in 2012

The implications of the Universal Journal

IT Toolbox

I previously wrote how ASUG, their events arm Eventful and SAP have teamed up to produce some important content for the user community around SAP S/4HANA Financials. I'll dive a little deeper in this post regarding the meat of the content

Scrum Transition Journal: Part time is out of luck

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As we round in to the end of our first sprint, I'm learning a really hard lesson. Part time is out of luck. I wish it was otherwise. But I'm finding myself in the vice of multiple number 1 priorities. Agile scrum teams are really designed to be full time commitments for all the parties involved. It works best when everyone

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The bottom line on journal posting throughput via BDC

IT Toolbox

For financial postings Transaction code generally has no impact because the underlying FMs are generally common though enjoy TCodes are marginally slower

National Security Software On Wall Street: Cognitio’s Roger Hockenberry Comments

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The Wall Street Journal examined this trend in their piece titled: Spy Software Gets a Second Life on Wall Street. Read more of this story on The Wall Street Journal. Big Data Cyber Security News Trends Central Intelligence Agency In-Q-Tel The Wall Street Journal UBS

How infusing analytics into journalism programs is improving future workforce skills

Tech Republic Big Data

A course at the University of Oregon is helping journalism students learn valuable analytics skills Data science isn't just for STEM majors.

Washington Business Journal Reports SineWave Ventures Is Launching A $100 Million Fund for Tech WYanev Suissa, formerly a venture capitalist with New Enterprise Associates and a senior investment officer in the Bush and Obama administrations, is launching a new venture firm with a focus on companies doing business with the public sector

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The Washington Business Journal has published an article based on an interview of Yanev Suissa, a former venture fellow with Washington D.C. Find more at Washington Business Journal. By Bob Gourley.

Music videos are the new journalism: learn about fracking!

Trends in the Living Networks

The US public interest news group ProPublica recently teamed up with New York University’s Jay Rosen to create ‘explanatory journalism’ ProPublica has an existing three-year running project reporting on fracking and drinking water contamination.

MSP Business Journal Names Greg Schulz an Eco-tech Warrior.

Storage IO Blog

StorageIOblog Home StorageIO.com site StorageIO.TV (Audio/Video) About Greg & others books Select MSP Business Journal Names Greg Schulz an Eco-tech Warrior April 10, 2009 – 8:44 pm Print PDF In the April 10th, 2009 issue of the Minneapolis St. Paul (MSP) Business Journal, guess who was named one of three Eco- Tech Warriors? Photo by Nancy Kuehn – MSP Business Journal What can I say, I’m flattered and appreciate the coverage.

Symantec Finally Agrees With Everyone Else In The Security Community: Says Antivirus Software Is Dead

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Architecture CTO Cyber Security DoD and IC Research antivirus Computer security Fixmo Hexis Information security invincea Symantec Triumfant Wall Street Journal As a technologist I have long respected Symantec and their many capabilities (they do far more than antivirus, see the list here).

Fed Tech Roundup October 19

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Apple Ordered to Pay $234 Million in Patent Lawsuit - Wall Street Journal. Federal court jury says Apple owes WARF $234 million - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. News Apple Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Robots Scott Walker (politician) VAThe following are some of the hot topics in the federal technology ecosystem (from FedTechTicker.com and TopTechTicker.com ): Fed Tech Ticker. HII SN3’s Frazer Lockhart Named to DOE’s Environmental Mgmt Advisory Board.

Apple and IBM Announce Partnership

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IBM has expressed similar enthusiasm, committing over 100,000 employees to the Apple initiative, according to the Wall Street Journal. Analysis Big Data Cloud Computing CTO Gadgets Government Mobile Trends Apple IBM iOS ipad IPhone Wall Street Journal By Shannon Perry.

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What is Twitch and Google Paying a Billion Dollars for It?

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CTO Cyber Security DoD and IC Research Tech Trends Facebook Google Hulu Twitch United States Wall Street Journal Washington Post YouTube Before this month most Americans had not even heard of Twitch.

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Coca-Cola Names Alan Boehme CTO, Replacing Jim Scholefield

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The Wall Street Journal reported that Coca-Cola has named Alan Boehme as CTO: Mr. Boehme has led Coke’s enterprise architecture, innovation and emerging technologies for the past four years. During that time, he has guided the company’s strategy “to arm Coca-Cola for the future, including new platforms, cloud-based solutions and an aggressive yet flexible approach to enterprise security to position our company for growth,” according to a memo from CIO Ed Steinike, reviewed by CIO Journal.

Amazon to Enter the Smartphone Market

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An April article from the Wall Street Journal has revealed that Amazon intends add smartphones to the mix, with plans to unveil the device June and begin shipping in the second half of this year. CTO Mobile Research Amazon Apple IPhone Jeff Bezos Kindle Fire samsung Smartphone Wall Street Journal

How Twitter impacts media and journalism: Five Fundamental Factors

Trends in the Living Networks

One of the most interesting issues regarding Twitter is its impact on the media and journalism. I see Five Fundamental Factors on how Twitter impacts media and journalism : 1. Recommended reading on Twitter's impact on media and journalism.

Outsourcing journalism - how far can you take it?

Trends in the Living Networks

Seed.com , AOL's venture in crowdsourced journalism, has just sent out a survey to its contributors, with some very interesting questions, notes Business Insider. We are beginning to discover how far we can take outsourced journalism.

The latest on the future of journalism: where value creation means jobs

Trends in the Living Networks

As part of News Limited’s launch of its digital subscription plans that I wrote about earlier this week , News has just launched the site Future of Journalism , (subtitle: A Discussion Hosted by News Limited). The Future of Journalism. Journalism has a rich future.

Reset the Net Campaign

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As of Tuesday June 3 rd , no mention of the mass surveillance protest could be found on the websites of the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Reuters, and CNN (among others). By ShannonPerry.

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Pew Report: Speaking Up or Staying Silent on Social Media

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In the 1970s, an article in the Journal of Communication by Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann coined the term “spiral of silence” to describe the observed phenomenon. Social Media Trends Edward Snowden Facebook Journal of Communication Pew Research Center Silent Spiral social media Twitter

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Boeing Black Smartphone: Security, modularity and productivity

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See the video at this link and embedded below: CTO Cyber Security DoD and IC Mobile Android Boeing Boeing Black Dual SIM Federal Communications Commission Secure Digital Smartphone United States Wall Street Journal

Fed Tech Roundup September 28

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News Barack Obama China NSA The Wall Street Journal Washington DCThe following are some of the hot topics in the federal technology ecosystem (from FedTechTicker.com and TopTechTicker.com ): Fed Tech Ticker. GAO: Small businesses working with DoD need cybersecurity guidance. Technology One making inroads into Federal Govt - Delimiter. ACLU Argues for Right to Sue NSA for “Upstream” Surveillance - Nextgov. Can the US Trust China to Stop Stealing Business Secrets? Nextgov.

Journalist Valentino-Devries Hosts Reddit Q&A on Big Data and Privacy

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Last week, Jennifer Valentino-DeVries , a reporter at The Wall Street Journal, hosted such an IAmA. Valentino-DeVries is most famous for co-authoring the Journal ’s award-winning series on digital privacy, “What They Know.” Big Data Cyber Security DoD and IC Government Social Media The Future Trends Metadata National Security Agency Privacy Valentino-Devries Wall Street Journal By Shannon Perry.

Narrative Science raises $6m to replace web copywriters with computers. How long until journalism is automated?

Trends in the Living Networks

So, to answer the question in the headline, some types of journalism are on the verge of being automated today. However the really worthwhile writing and journalism will probably never be replaced by computers. The internet can be characterized very simply. Billions of people are looking for interesting and useful information, and millions of companies are trying to make money by people finding their content, through search engines and increasingly on social media.

Critical Vulnerability Found, Exploited, Patched in Internet Explorer

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According to the Wall Street Journal , FireEye Inc. – CTO Cyber Security FireEye Internet Explorer microsoft Microsoft Windows patch Wall Street Journal Windows XP Zero-day attack By ShannonPerry. Microsoft acknowledged a zero day vulnerability in Internet Explorer – the default web browser for many computers, laptops, and tablets – in a security advisory released last weekend. Vulnerable Internet Explorers include versions 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11.

Google Acquires Drone Maker Titan Aerospace

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Big Data CTO DoD and IC Amazon.com Artificial intelligence Earth Facebook Google Internet access New Mexico Wall Street Journal By ShannonPerry. Young tech companies certainly do not shy away from innovation or acquisition. Two examples: this year, Facebook acquired virtual reality firm Oculus in an effort to develop new communication lines, and Google purchased DeepMind, pushing into the artificial intelligence sphere.

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