You Should Run R On Your Computer: Not just for stats, but to know what all the excitement is about

By Bob Gourley “R” is a freely available language for interacting with your computer that is designed for a wide variety of functions. It is most frequently associated with statistical computing and graphics. R runs on a wide variety of systems, including Mac, Windows, Linux and Unix. Every analyst who deals with data should have […]

This is the End: Windows XP

By ShannonPerry We knew this day would come – when Windows XP, the twelve-year-old operating system for Windows, stops receiving technical support from Microsoft. While the transition does not mark the death of Windows XP necessarily, as you can still choose to use whatever operating system you want, it does mean that Microsoft will no […]

This is the End: Windows XP

By ShannonPerry We knew this day would come – when Windows XP, the twelve-year-old operating system for Windows, stops receiving technical support from Microsoft. While the transition does not mark the death of Windows XP necessarily, as you can still choose to use whatever operating system you want, it does mean that Microsoft will no […]

This is the End: Windows XP

By ShannonPerry We knew this day would come – when Windows XP, the twelve-year-old operating system for Windows, stops receiving technical support from Microsoft. While the transition does not mark the death of Windows XP necessarily, as you can still choose to use whatever operating system you want, it does mean that Microsoft will no […]

Popular PowerShell Cmdlets for Windows Azure AD

By Natalie Lehrer Editor’s note: PowerShell is an object-oriented programming language and interactive command line for Microsoft Windows. It is designed with automation in mind, and remains an important element in managing and configuring Windows Azure. In this post, Natalie Lehrer provides insights into using PowerShell Cmdlets for Windows Azure AD.-bg Being able to manage […]

Enterprise IT in 2014 – Under-the-Radar Challenges with WAN Bandwidth, BYOD, and XP Security

By Deepak Kumar Editor’s note: This guest post is by Deepak Kumar, Founder and CTO of Adaptiva. – bg Over the last year, IT budgets saw modest growth as departments embraced mobile, cloud and virtualization in record numbers. New technologies like these are delivering dramatic efficiency gains in many areas; however, they are stressing infrastructure […]

Retrospective Log Analyzer

Retrospective is a powerful standalone log file search and tail application that supports local and remote (SSH) files, filtering, column-splitting and much more. It works faster than any other stand-alone log analyzer on the market and it doesn’t require its own server, database or team of operators to display your log data. Its ergonomic user […]

Connectify: Your Hotspot, Your Way

Transform your Windows laptop into a Wi-Fi hotspot at the click of a button so you can share a single Internet connection with your friends, co-workers, and mobile devices. Sharing files has never been easier! You can now drag-and-drop to send files directly to devices connected to your hotspot or to Connectify users on the […]

Anup Ghosh on Cybersecurity in 2012: Let’s break the security insanity cycle

Editor’s note: the post below by Anup Ghosh first appeared on the Invincea blog and is republished here with the author’s permission. bg Prediction 2012: Hackers Will Find New Fertile Ground to Pharm Posted by Anup Ghosh on November 29, 2011 Invincea is on record that the year 2011 will go down as the year […]

Unveillance: Data Leak Intelligence Platform

Today’s global economies face a wide range of malware causing great damage to user systems. Over 300 million networks and IP’s on the Internet have been infected or compromised by malware. At present, Unveillance is tracking over 19 million infected public IPs hourly across the globe. In response, Unveillance developed the first Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Data […]