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GCN : January 2015
4 GCN JANUARY 2015 • GCN.COM FEATURE 2015 Tech forecast 23 CLOUD AUTOMATION More control to IT administrators BY CAROLYN DUFFY MARSAN 24 BIG AND BIGGER DATA Data warehouse augmentation tools BY JOHN MOORE 26 MOBILE MANTRA Manage data instead of devices BY PATRICK MARSHALL 30 CYBERSCURITY Blending IT security and ops BY WILLIAM JACKSON CASE STUDIES 31 VISUALIZATION TECH Real-time data modeling on your dashboard BY BRIAN ROBINSON GCN (ISSN 0738-4300) is published 11 times a year, monthly except Dec by 1105 Media, Inc., 9201 Oakdale Avenue, Ste. 101, Chatsworth, CA 91311. Periodicals postage paid at Chatsworth, CA 91311-9998, and at additional mailing offices. Complimentary subscriptions are sent to qualifying subscribers. Annual subscription rates payable in U.S. funds for non-qualified subscribers are: U.S. $125.00, International $165.00. Subscription inquiries, back issue requests, and address changes: Mail to: GCN, P.O . Box 2166, Skokie, IL 60076-7866, call (866) 293-3194, outside U.S. (847) 763-9560; fax (847) 763- 9564 or email GCNmag@1105service.com. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to GCN, P.O . Box 2166, Skokie, IL 60076-7866. Canada Publications Mail Agreement No: 40612608. Return Undeliverable Canadian Addresses to Circulation Dept. or XPO Returns: P.O . Box 201, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 4R5, Canada. INSIDE BRIEFING 6 Will CDM be the ‘realization of security?’ 7 Microsoft broadens cloud offerings 8 Argonne sets data speed records 10 5G will power the IoT 11 VA recruits Watson in PTSD battle 12 Recasting EA for cybersecurity 14 ‘Turtle Mike’ speeds emergency response COMMENTARY 17 CYBEREYE Attack platforms call for defense in depth 18 INTERNAUT 5 trends will drive IT management 20 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS Restock your disaster recovery toolkit 21 8 ways to reduce unauthorized software 34 EMERGING TECH 3D modeling preserves Pearl Harbor relics 22 0115gcn_004.indd 4 1/14/15 10:54 AM
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