Hot Clicks Monthly: What Did Tech Pros Click On This Month? January 2022
What stories are tech pros clicking on this month? Read the January 2022 edition of Hot Clicks Monthly to learn more.
On the final Friday of every month, we’re going to wrap up technology news from the perspective of integrators who are clicking on articles posted to our tech pro-facing sister sites, My TechDecisions and Campus Safety Magazine. It’s a new feature we call “Hot Clicks Monthly,” and the hope is that it will give marketers insight into what interests this market the most.
These are the articles which received the most traffic from integrators in January of 2022:
10 Memes That Speak To The Struggles of Working in IT In 2022
We collected the 10 best memes that illustrate how difficult it is to work in IT right now. And no, they aren’t all about Log4j. Full story.
Use These Free, Publicly Available Log4j Scanning Tools
Microsoft, CrowdStrike, CISA and other organizations have released open-sourced Log4j scanning tools to help you find Log4Shell vulnerabilities. Full story.
Microsoft: This Is Why Emails Were Stuck For On-Premise Exchange Servers
Microsoft says it has fixed an issue for an Exchange Server bug that is breaking email delivery for on-premise servers. Full story.
The 10 Best Database Software Systems For Business Professionals
The right database software system can maximize performance and cut back on headaches. Here is a list of the ten best database management systems. Full story.
Three Soft Skills IT Pros Need in 2022 and Beyond
Along with a deep understanding of new and emerging technologies and how to apply them to a business, IT professionals also need the requisite soft skills to survive in this new hybrid work environment. Download here.
Which Products Are Impacted By the Log4j Vulnerability?
CISA and other governments’ agencies are maintaining updated lists of vendors with software impacted by the Log4j vulnerability. Full story.
See all of our editions of Hot Clicks — including the monthly editions — here.