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Haiti Earthquake on Ulitzer Ulitzer.com "new media" site launched today breaking news coverage on Haiti relief efforts. Ulitzer breaking news topic publishing live news stories by all leading wire agencies around the world including; Business Wire, PR Newswire, Marketwire, PR.com, RealWire News Distribution, ACN Newswire, JCN Newswire, and other news agencies. Ulitzer bloggers Reuven Cohen, John Savageau, Salvatore Genovese, Carmen Gonzalez, David Weinberger, and Ben Behrouzi are actively contributing to relief news updates. Ben Behrouzi, founder of DotNext and co-founder of Reply.com, a serial entrepreneur from the San Francisco Bay Area, initiated a relief campaign on Ulitzer for the victims of the Haiti Earthquake.  In his blog entry Behrouzi calls everyone to participate on an easy Red Cross donation campaign. "Haiti needs help from everyone and the Red Cross... (more)

A Tsunami of Global Disaster Communications Through Citizen Journalism

The news started hitting California early Saturday morning with an SMS alarm on my mobile phone – a major earthquake struck Chile, and there was a potential of tsunami activity in California and Hawaii (as well as the rest of the Pacific). First stop – CNN. The news source was right on the story, with real time information flowing into the newsroom from, not on-scene journalists, but through Twitter and Facebook updates. Another SMS message hits the phone letting me know there was a Twitter list at #hitsunami, and the discussion would include all the most current news related to... (more)

Build Your Own Hack Lab

No matter what facet of information security you're in, from being the CISO down to just installing security patches and keeping up to date, there will probably be a point where you need to see the details of a hack. Maybe it's because you need to fingerprint what it does or how it acts on your network. Maybe it's because you need to be able to reproduce it in a penetration test. Either way you look at it, sometimes you just need to test something out. Obviously, this could go one of a few ways. You could execute these hacks on your network. This could lead to potentially bad out... (more)

Evolve IP Helps Customers Avoid Downtime During Hurricane Sandy

A few weeks ago, Superstorm Sandy ravaged the East Coast, leaving devastation in its wake. Thousands of people were without power, food, and water. It quickly became clear that Sandy’s aftermath would bring life on the East Coast to a standstill for days as the region began to rebuild. Early estimates of the damage put the business loss associated with the storm as high as $30 billion. But Grudi Associates, The John M. Glover Agency, and many others weren’t a part of that group. Evolve IP’s redundant cloud platform allowed them to run their businesses remotely as the storm raged o... (more)

Is Cloud Right for you? Eduserv Launches Professional Services ‘Consultancy Suite’ to Help Advise Public Sector

Bath, UK February 2013: Eduserv, a not-for-profit IT services provider to the public sector today announces the launch of its Public Sector Professional Services consultancy suite. The dedicated team has been developed to advise charities and government agencies on how they can best deliver IT services and what the best technologies are to explore, including moving to the cloud. "We are thrilled to be able to launch this service to the public sector", says Andrew Hawkins, Business Development Director, Eduserv. "The IT sector is changing at such a rapid rate that for many public s... (more)

Ten Things I’ve Learned About Cloud Security

This is not a Top 10 list – it is a list of 10 things I’ve learned along the way. Top 10 lists imply some sort of universal knowledge of the “top” things possible in a given field. Top 10 attractive women, top 10 guitar players, top 10 whatever, they all have one thing in common: They are all ten things the author thinks are the best. I don’t really like to think I know everything so this list is in no particular order. This particular list is on cloud security and, well, it is a big topic that interests me greatly and there is no way I can cover it all in a blog post. As a resul... (more)