eWeek – Millennials Represent Greatest Risk to Corporate Data

The survey found 64 percent of Millennials use their employer-owned device for personal use, as opposed to 37 percent of Baby Boomers. Despite a great familiarity with a Web-based life and the technology that comes with it, the Millennial generation poses a greater risk to data security than other categories of users, according to a survey of 762 North American adults conducted by Absolute Software.
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IntelligentUtility.com – Reder unearths workforce solutions

Wanda Reder has been in this biz since 1987. “Time flies when you’re having fun,” she joked. In addition to her role as chief strategy officer at S&C Electric Company, she served as president of the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) from 2008-09 and launched IEEE Smart Grid, serving as chair from 2009-13. She currently serves on the IEEE Board and IEEE Foundation Board. (She’s also hoping to run for prez of the whole IEEE shebang in the near future.)
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TelecomTV – NFV on the edge: ADVA claims an enabling role

ADVA Optical Networking recently unveiled its Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) strategy - based on the ADVA FSP 150 Carrier Ethernet portfolio and some key Network Interface Devices (NIDs) - ADVA is focused on providing the network infrastructure part of the NFV equation, not in the core of the network, but out at the edge. We found out more about its plans just before Mobile World Congress.
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WIRED.com – The Internet of Things and the Connected Person

One of the interesting things about the Internet of Things (IoT): It’s not really about the things. The IoT is a developing technological marvel. It is estimated that by the year 2020, 50 to 100 billion devices will be electronically connected in the globally emerging IoT.
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Network World – New products of the week 12.08.2014: AbsoluteManage InstallEase

AbsoluteManage InstallEase Key features: InstallEase is a free software packaging utility that simplifies the creation of custom software packages. InstallEase 2.0 now supports OS X Yosemite, along with earlier versions of Mac and Windows.
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The Washington Post – Cellphone tracking: Find an address? Easy. But new devices can calculate your altitude.

Cellphones long have doubled as tracking devices, capable of revealing your location to police, paramedics, even grocery stores looking to deliver coupons to nearby customers. But there’s a measurement cellphones once struggled to make: altitude.
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