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Weekly Links – September 28, 2012

Hello again, friends—we’re back after a one-week hiatus! Hope you didn’t miss us too much. We could tell you where we were—but then we’d have to kill you. In lieu of that, how about we regale you with a series of links that you can scan as you eat lunch today?

8 IT careers that won’t leave you begging (InfoWorld)

CEO Tim Cook apologizes for “falling short” on Apple Maps (GigaOM)

Is Windows 8 Too Risky For IT? (InformationWeek)

Top 10 Most In-Demand Job Titles (IT Business Edge)

In California, It’s Now Illegal for Employers and Universities to Ask for Your Social Media Passwords (The Atlantic)

And now for this week’s apropos of nothing image. We’ve heard from some of you recently that the beautiful landscapes we’ve recently been posting here have been “boring” and “not up to par.”

The fact that the likes of Teddy Roosevelt and John Muir are currently rolling over in their graves upon hearing that aside, we get it. So this week, we present you with this—no explanation needed:

You can read our previous links round-ups here. And be sure to visit go.vmware.com for more information on how we can help you better manage your IT infrastructure.

Better yet, you can try it for yourself here – and it’s free!

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