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FCW : October 30, 2012
10 October 30, 2012 FCW.COM Trending David Shearer leaves USDA for (ISC)2 David Shearer, associate CIO for International Technology Services at the Agriculture Department, has left USDA for the nonpro t organization (ISC)2. Shearer, whose 26-year career in public service also included positions at the Coast Guard and Interior Department, left USDA Oct. 19 and started as chief operating of cer Oct. 29 at (ISC)2, a global organization focused on educating and certifying information security professionals throughout their careers. Clinton Swett, technical support director at USDA s ITS, will take over Shearer s position in an acting role until of cials make a permanent selection, Shearer told FCW. At press time, USDA of cials had not commented on his departure. SCAN THIS QR CODE with your smartphone for the full research report. TOPICS INCLUDE 4 cloud trends you need to know about Don't believe the hype 4 crucial cloud migration strategies Addressing compliance issues in the cloud IaaS: The benefits and limitations FCW.com/CloudServices TO LEARN MORE, VISIT SPONSORED BY CSC SPECIAL REPORT Cloud Ser vices A new mayor on Mars NASA s Curiosity rover is no stranger to social media. The @MarsCuriosity Twitter account dates back to 2008. On Oct. 3, however, the car-sized, six-wheeled robot gener- ated new interplanetary buzz by checking in at Gale Crater on Foursquare. The check-ins and tips ("Mars is cold, dry and rocky. Extra moisturizer and sturdy shoes would be a good idea, plus oxygen for those of you who breathe.") have garnered nearly 25,000 likes for Curiosity on the location-focused social network. Not everyone is impressed, however. Wired, for example, noted that NASA has already checked in "in space" and asked: "Shouldn t planet-hopping robots and scienti c agen- cies have better things to do with their time?"
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