Monday, October 18, 2021

Sharon Gaudin

Sharon Gaudin is a veteran technology journalist who has worked for the likes of Computerworld, InformationWeek, and Datamation. She has covered everything from the cloud, security, and social networking to software development, robotics, artificial intelligence, and hardware.

Free Wi-Fi Aids New Orleans Recovery

Wi-fi technology is helping aid workers and residents of hurricane-ravaged New Orleans get the city back on its feet. Last fall, IT administrators in New Orleans set...

Users and IT Lax about Password Security

After years of warning users about making sure their passwords aren't easy to guess or left on Post-It notes stuck to their monitors, it seems the message...

How IT Can be an Advocate for the Customer

Do the company's customers love you? It's not a question of whether they like you or think you're doing an OK job. It's not a question of checking...

Are H-1B Visas a Cog in the Offshoring Machine?

A consultant who has analyzed reams of government data says the H-1B visa program is not only being used to undercut the salaries of American...

Who Would the H-1B Visa Cap Increase Help?

Business leaders trying to push through an increase to the H-1B visa cap say the move would spur innovation, which, in turn, would create job growth. But U.S....

PalmPilot: 10 Years that Changed the Way We Work

Ten years ago, workers largely were tied to their desks, hemmed in by cubicle walls. When they were sent outside company confines, they lugged papers...

Apple Marks 30 Years of Innovation

Before personal computers dotted corporate desktops, speeding business transactions, communications and sales... Before laptops and desktops helped people file their taxes, date and trade stocks......

Former Employees Threaten Network Security

Think your network is secure if you're able to fend off the ever-growing barrage of hackers? Think it's even safer if you monitor employees to make sure...

Take Control of Your Email… and Your Job

Have you ever been frustrated because you've emailed a colleague several times and never gotten a response? Have you ever looked at the bottom of your...

Tide May be Turning for Smart Card Adoption

For several years now the smart card has been touted as the answer to a lot of authentication and security questions. It's sounded the death knell of...

March Madness: a Corporate Network ‘Perfect Storm’

March Madness may have a double meaning this year. The 19-day-long NCAA Division 1 basketball championship tournament could take a huge toll on many corporate networks. Beyond being...

Feds Nearly Fail Cybersecurity… Again

The Department of Homeland Security isn't all that secure... at least when it comes to its computer systems. The Committee on Government Reform gave the agency, which in...

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