5 Links for Developers and IT Pros 9-6-13
By Ron Miller
It's Friday and that means it's time for our weekly feature where we search the Web looking for 5 interesting, funny and poignant links for developers and IT Pros.
If you missed our most recent post, Stable company seeks mature mobility model for long-term relationship, please check it out. When it comes to mobility, companies can identify their maturity level along a spectrum, according to a recent study released by Kido Communications for Ness. Is yours a brat?
And without further delay, here we go with this week's links:
How to remain secure against NSA surveillance | The Guardian
There are ways to protect your enterprise from NSA surveillance and this article outlines some ideas. A better way would be to pressure the government to stop because it's bad for your business if you're feeling your systems are insecure from government intrusion.
6 free IPad productivity apps you can't live without | ITworld
Some IT pros still think of the iPad as a toy, rather than a device for working, but these apps could change your mind. And if they don't? What you want for nothing? Your money back?
CIO Lessons From Power Tools | Enterprise Efficiency
Who would have thought that power tools could have management implications, but it turns out that you could learn a lot about from a power tool and you might recognize some of the challenges you face at the office as you undertake your home improvement project. This writer did.
Software Security: Balancing Resources and Risks | Smartbear
Software security as network security is always going to be a balancing act. You have to look at your personnel, your requirements and find the right balance between risk and resources for your company's needs.
The enterprise smartwatch invasion starts now | CITEworld
Are smartwatches toys, or are they like tablets, a new device marking time before you see one in the enterprise. C'mon you know your CEO is going to walk into the office in the next few months wearing a new Samsung Smartwatch and ask you to support it --then we'll be off to the races.
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