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Security blogs:

Network Security Blog – Martin McKeay has been blogging his views on security, privacy and anything else that catches his attention since August, 2003. His blog includes topics such as security in the cloud, firewall, hacking, malware, social networking, privacy, risk, testing and several other interesting security related posts.

TaoSecurity – Chief Security Officer for Mandiant, Richard Bejtlich, shares his knowledge and covers digital security and the practices of network security monitoring, intrusion detection, and incident response in his blog.

KrebsonSecurity – Brian Krebs came onto the security scene in 2001 after being hacked himself. Taking a very intense and personal interest in security, he’s become one of the most well-known names in information security, covering topics including the latest threats, security updates, data breaches, and cyber justice.

Troy Hunt’s Blog – Hunt is a software architect, and his coverage of security issues related to software, databases, and coding shows it. His passion for security is probably one of the reasons he was awarded MVP status by Microsoft, and his writing is as entertaining as it is informative.

Schneier on Security – Bruce Schneier is probably the most widely recognized name on this list, and for good reason. Blogging since 2004, Schneier has made a name for himself in the information security field, and he’s not afraid to share his opinions, no matter how controversial they may seem. You’ll come for the op eds, but you’ll subscribe for the entertaining and enlightening content.

Dan Kaminsky’s Blog – You probably know Kaminsky from his work with securing DNS. His blog frequently gets far deeper into the technical weeds than most, but his ability to explain things clearly is a gift he shares generously, and his coverage of vulnerabilities in all aspects of networking helps you really understand the issues and implications.

Malware Removal Instructions – Michael Kaur talks about the latest computer security threats including spyware, adware, browser hijackers, Trojans and other malicious software. Network Security – One of the most popular network security websites around the globe covering networking technologies, protocol analysis and network security. is officially recommended by the Cisco Network Academy and is the only official Cisco Press reviewer. With over 900 articles covering general networking, network security, VPN networks, Firewalls, Voice over IP, Cisco technical articles and a Free Cisco Lab, it’s one of the most reliable and up-to-date sources of information.

Cloud blogs:

Cloud Tweaks – Visit Cloud Tweaks for articles but also for its cloud humor section! Another blog with several authors, Cloud Tweaks covers current developments, trends, best practices and more in the cloud computing space.

Thinking out Cloud – Geva Perry has been named as one of the Top 25 Most Influential People in the Hosting Industry, Top 50 Cloud Computing Bloggers and one of the 12 Top Thinkers in Cloud Computing, and he has a lot of great things to say about cloud computing. His minimalist blog makes it a little hard at first to find what you are looking for, but like an old book store, you’ll value the time spent rummaging amongst the shelves.

Business Cloud News -Business Cloud News’ masthead reads like a Who’s Who amongst technology leaders, and it’s that deep pool of authors that lets it post new and fresh content so frequently. With a focus on cloud computing and related technologies, there’s a ton of great content in this blog including sections on security, IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. They also have a weekly newsletter that makes for some good reading offline.

Cloud Computing -Chirag Mehta is an SAP evangelist with a background in technology and architecture that spans 15 years. Mehta writes on a variety of topics, and his style reads like a conversation with a trusted mentor. He’s got five years of back catalog to draw from and still updates regularly

Exchange blogs: – A team of highly enthusiastic and passionate professionals who all are die-hard fans of Exchange Server, these bloggers provide high quality articles that cover from the latest Exchange updated to any Exchange-related questions you might have.

ExclusivelyExchange – Whether you’re looking for the latest updates, trying to find tips, or simply searching for a solution to a problem you might have encountered related to Exchange Server, you definitely must check out Bruzzese’s blog post and videos that cover anything, from Exchange Server installation, to configuration, maintenance, performance enhancement or support.

Slipstick – The Outlook and Exchange Solutions Center offers the latest news and updates for Exchange admins and Outlook users, through tutorials, troubleshooting posts and more!

How To-Outlook – MVP for Office Systems – Outlook, Robert Sparnaaij, has a true ideal of creating the paperless office and maintaining information availability. His blog, How To-Outlook, offers guides and tips on how to work efficiently with Outlook and related programs and systems on a daily basis.