Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Review: Dell WYSE delivers Android-on-a-stick

Review: Dell WYSE delivers Android-on-a-stick | OpenStack: Still waiting for the users

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Apple Mavericks: The good, the bad, the upgrade
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WHITE PAPER: Limelight Networks

7 Principles to Improve Web Site Availability
Users hate to wait so when your web site doesn't respond the way visitors expect, your business suffers. This guide offers strategies for scaling your web infrastructure to meet web availability and performance SLAs, enhancing both speed and performance (there is a difference), and delivering superior user experience on any device, in any location. Learn More

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Neustar 2014 DDoS Attacks and Impact Report
For the third consecutive year, Neustar surveyed hundreds of companies on distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. Neustar's survey reveals evidence that the DDoS attack landscape is changing. The number of companies attacked is up, but attack duration is down. Larger attacks are more common, but most attacks are still less than 1 Gbps. Learn More

Review: Dell WYSE delivers Android-on-a-stick
Thin clients aren't very exciting, and for a reason: they're designed to allow remote access to servers, usually with a Citrix, Microsoft, or VMware client. The folks at Dell WYSE have spiced up the category by building a thin client on top of Android, and getting it down to a form factor only slightly larger than a USB memory stick. Read More

WHITE PAPER: Limelight Networks

Predictive Performance: Measuring the Digital Experience
As websites get more immersive and more complex, organizations need to rethink what, and how, digital experience performance is measured. Speed (or responsiveness) is only one of several factors to consider. Learn More

OpenStack: Still waiting for the users
OpenStack has an impressive list of corporate backers. Red Hat, Rackspace, HP, IBM and AT&T are contributing thousands of lines of code to the open source project and helping deliver an updated version of the cloud computing platform twice a year to allow for easier installation and better manageability. Read More

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Ecommerce Site Needs Protection Against Cyber 'Pirate'
Learn how a Neustar customer thwarted 'Blackbeard,' a self-styled DDoS Pirate. Using Neustar SiteProtect, a cloud-based DDoS mitigation service, this everyday IT hero was able to quickly block the attacks. Learn More

15 most powerful OpenStack companies
OpenStack at its core is an open source project - it's free code. But what makes OpenStack come alive are the vendors that have contributed to make that raw code and then turned it into a product businesses can use. Read More


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