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FCW : April 15, 2013
Trending is China's rank among "source countries" for recent cyberattacks, according to Deutsche Telekom. Russia is rst and the U.S. sixth. 12 12 April 15, 2013 FCW.COM Special Report THE EFFICIENT DATA CENTER: OPTIMIZATION TOPICS INCLUDE: RETHINKING DATA CENTER EFFICIENCY VIRTUALIZATION: THE KEY TO DRIVING EFFICIENCY STORAGE PLAYS STARRING ROLE IN EFFICIENCY EFFORTS IMPROVING EFFICIENCY: IT'S ALL ABOUT METRICS IS THE CONTAINERIZED DATA CENTER AN ANSWER? SPONSORED BY CDW-G AND HP TO LEARN MORE, VISIT: WWW.FCW.COM/2013EFFICIENTDATA DHS names interim cyber chief The Department of Homeland Securi- ty has appointed Bruce McConnell to be interim deputy undersec- retary for cybersecurity. He was previously DHS' senior counselor for cybersecurity. DHS is in the midst of carrying out the White House's cybersecurity exec- utive order and expand- ing its own cybersecurity efforts. McConnell's appointment follows the resignation of Mark Weatherford, who left DHS to join the Chertoff Group, founded by former DHS secre- tary Michael Chertoff. --- Frank Konkel State's innovation adviser resigns Alec Ross, senior adviser for innovation at the State Department, has resigned to work as an adviser to inves- tors, corporations, institutions and government leaders. Ross joined the State Department in 2009, where he helped foster a culture of e-diplomacy. Now every embassy has a social media account, and dignitaries reach out to the public via Twitter. --- Frank Konkel GSA closes WillowWood facility Back in 1999, the General Services Administration's WillowWood of ce building in Fairfax, Va., boasted smart cards for entry, a conference room with at-screen TVs for videoconfer- encing, docking stations that made it easier to take laptop PCs between home and the of ce, and a wireless phone system that automatically transferred of ce calls to cell phones. Fourteen years later, WillowWood is still considered a high-tech of ce, but GSA of cials have decided to close it so they can consolidate their of ce space in the region. A renovated headquarters in down- town Washington will nearly double in capacity --- from 2,500 to 4,400 employees --- which will allow GSA to move out of high-cost leased space in Washington and Northern Virginia, an agency spokesman said. --- Matthew Weigelt FCW INSIDER Bruce McConnell
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