Say What? Top Five IT Quotes of the Week

“We are aware that some third parties are circumventing Safari’s privacy features and we are working to put a stop to it.”

Apple spokesperson’s comment after the revelation that Google has been abusing Safari’s cookie controls (Wall St. Journal)


“From my perspective, VMware will be open the day they open source vSphere and not until then.”

 Scott Crenshaw, vice president and general manager, Cloud Business Unit at Red Hat, explaining his view on what is and isn’t an open cloud (ServerWatch)


“We’re projecting overall growth of mobile traffic for the forecast period of 2011 to 2016 to increase 18 fold.”

Doug Webster, senior director of SP Marketing at Cisco talking about a new set of forecasts on mobile traffic (InternetNews)


“It’s always good to have a good handle on where you are as it makes it far easier to measure your milestones and know that you’re actually going someplace.”

New Fedora Project Leader, Robyn Bergeron explaining how she plans to assert here leadership over the Fedora Linux project (Datamation)

“The problem with browser and media player compromises is that the end-user is unaware that they have been compromised, which can lead to the kind of long-term breaches we see reported in the news these days.”

Marcus Carey, security researcher at Rapid7, commenting on this months set of Microsoft Patch Tuesday updates (eSecurityPlanet)

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