This page lets editors and clients know what our CNW members are doing now. Follow the links to see their books, articles, and other accomplishments.
Members, please refer to our Guidelines for Member News listings.
(January 28, 2015) David Geer (http://www.linkedin.com/in/daviddgeer) published "A DevOps Metamorphosis Echoes Through Reverb.com, Part One" on January 28 2015. The article, at http://devops.com/features/devops-metamorphosis-echoes-reverb-com-par t-one/, covers a unique DevOps transformation story. This article published in DevOps.com.
(January 23, 2015) David Geer (www.linkedin.com/in/daviddgeer) published "SDN to support Internet of Things devices" on January 23 2015. The article, at http://linkis.com/snip.ly/jnKPQ, covers how software-defined networking will support IoT. This article published in TechTarget's SearchSDN.
(January 23, 2015) David Geer (www.linkedin.com/in/daviddgeer) published "The Internet of Robotic Things: Secure, harmless helpers or vulnerable, vicious foes?" on January 23 2015. The article, at www.csoonline.com/article/2872643/mobile-security/the-internet-of-robotic- things-secure-harmless-helpers-or-vulnerable-vicious-foes.html, covers how robots that people have connected to the Internet pose a target for hackers. The feature article appears in CSOonline.com.
(January 22, 2015) David Geer (www.linkedin.com/in/daviddgeer) published "Why smart devices and wearables will be security's new headache" on January 21 2015. The article, at www.csoonline.com/article/2872531/mobile-security/why-smart-devices-an d-wearables-will-be-securitys-new-headache.html, covers how hackers will use smart devices to aid their attacks on the enterprise. The feature article appears in CSOonline.com.
(January 22, 2015) David Geer (www.linkedin.com/in/daviddgeer) published "Lack of security in small companies means big risk for the enterprise" on January 22 2015. The article, at www.csoonline.com/article/2872774/data-protection/lack-of-security-in-sma ll-companies-means-big-risk-for-the-enterprise.html, covers more ways that hackers get into big enterprises through the small companies that serve them. The feature article appears in CSOonline.com.
(Jaanuary 20, 2015) Barbara (Bobbi) Florio Graham has been invited to join The Executive Authors group, selected experts in all aspects of book publishing, aimed primarily at business owners who want to leverage their impact with a book sharing their expertise. Bobbi was referred by publishing guru Dan Poynter, as she's one of Dan's Book Shepherds. www.executiveauthorresources.com/?p=2578
(January 14, 2015) Kiki BelMonte (KB Schaller) was selected to participate in the Delray Beach Public Library's 16th Annual Author's
Showcase for her newest title, 100+ Native American Women Who Changed the World. The biographical collection is winner of a 2014 International Book Award, Women's Issues Category, and a Florida Authors and Publishers Association President's Book Award, Biography Category. It was her third time being selected to participate. The event gives local authors the chance to speak about their books, and also to sell and sign them following the discussions.
(January 11, 2015) Patricia Fry has a blog series on How Cats Have Helped Shape (Her) Professional Life at www.matilijapress.com/catscapades/?p=666
(January 7, 2015) David Geer (www.linkedin.com/in/daviddgeer) published, "DevOps Transforms Copyright Clearance Center" on January 6 2015. The article, at http://devops.com/features/devops-transforms-copyright-clearance-center, covers the technical transformation that Babis Marmanis effected on CCC using DevOps. The feature article appears in DevOps.com.
(January 4, 2015) David Geer (www.linkedin.com/in/daviddgeer) just published, "On the go? Keep on going with these apps." The article, at http://magazine.practicelink.com/i/436721/20, covers medical apps for physicians on the go. The feature article appears in PracticeLink Magazine.
(December 31, 2014) Michael Thal has a rebuilt website at http://michaelthal.com as well as a new blog devoted to YA books, their authors, and book reviews at http://michaelthal.com/blog/ He is currently working on the third book in the Koolura Series, Koolura and the Mayans. If you read The Legend of Koolura and Koolura and the Mystery at Camp Saddleback, you know Koolura has amazing psychic powers. In book three Koolura and her BFF are hurled back in time to encounter aliens enslaving Mayans and contemplating world domination. Michael Thal was a Featured Author
(December 18, 2014) David Geer (www.linkedin.com/in/daviddgeer) published "How DevOps Eases The Holiday Shopping Experience" on December 18, 2014. The article, at http://devops.com/features/devops-eases-holiday-shopping-experience/, covers how a devops approach to software development makes online retail shopping sites and experiences better. The feature article appears in DevOps.com.
(December 17, 2014: David Geer (www.linkedin.com/in/daviddgeer) published "10 changes you can make to achieve security serenity now!" on December 16, 2014. The article, at www.csoonline.com/article/2859273/infosec-staffing/top-10-changes-you-c an-make-to-achieve-security-serenity-now.html, covers 10 things enterprises can do to secure their networks and data. The feature article appears in CSOonline.com.
(December 17, 2014: David Geer (www.linkedin.com/in/daviddgeer) published "Where is the demand for Microsoft Windows skills in 2015?" on December 16, 2014. The article, at www.cybercoders.com/insights/where-is-the-demand-for-windows-skills-in- 2015/, covers the Windows skills job candidates will need to get related jobs next year. The feature article appears in CyberCoders Insights.
(December 10, 2014) David Geer (www.davidgeer.com) published "How to Transition Your IT Support Gig Into a Higher Level Tech Job" on December 9, 2014. The article, at www.cybercoders.com/insights/how-to-transition-your-it-support-job-into-a -higher-level-tech-job/, covers how to move up from a tech support job. The feature article appears in CyberCoders Insights.
(December 10, 2014) David Geer (http://www.linkedin.com/in/daviddgeer) published "Why the board of directors will go off on security in 2015" on December 10, 2014. The article, at www.csoonline.com/article/2857520/data-protection/why-the-board-of-dire ctors-will-go-off-on-security-in-2015.html, covers why enterprise boards of directors will be so mad about security next year. The feature article appears in CSOonline.com
(Deceember 6, 2014) David Geer (www.davidgeer.com) published "White-box switching: Three paths to network programmability" in December 2014. The article, at http://searchsdn.techtarget.com/feature/White-box-switching-Three-paths- to-network-programmability, covers three approaches to achieving the programmable network using white-box switches. The feature article appears in SearchSDN.
(December 4, 2014) David Geer (www.davidgeer.com) published, "How to maintain security in continuous deployment environments" on December 1, 2014. The article at www.csoonline.com/article/2853772/application-security/how-to-maintain-s ecurity-in-continuous-deployment-environments.html, covers how enterprises can secure software that changes continually. The feature article appears in CSOonline.com.
(December 1, 2014) David Geer (www.davidgeer.com) published "A Platform to Reduce Product Complexity" on December 1, 2014. The article, at www.deskeng.com/de/platform-reduce-product-complexity/, covers how desktop design engineers can use platform approaches to design products with less complexity. The feature article appears in Desktop Engineering.
David also published "What is the demand for iOS skills?" on December 1. This article, at www.cybercoders.com/insights/it-skills-shortage-what-is-the-demand-for-io s-os-x-skills/, covers why iOS programming skills are in demand and what to do to get those jobs. The feature appears in CyberCoders Insights.
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