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Cisco vs. VMware: Debating next-gen data centers
Experts are in agreement that Software Defined Networking/Network Virtualization will make the network world more efficient and more agile, but opinions vary on the best path forward. We reached out to two of the most prominent players to ask them to spell out why they think their approach is best. Read More

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Survival Tips for Big Data's Impact on Network Performance
Big Data projects slam network performance. This paper offer survival tips to prepare your network before the Big Data projects hit, not after. Learn how to monitor and manage network performance for bandwidth, consistent low latency, scalable storage, processing power and security. Learn More


Kick Start Your Mobile Strategy
It's time to kick start your mobile application strategy. • Why go mobile? • What are the three primary mobile application types? • What type of app should you build first? • How to get started, really fast! Read Now

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11 common phrases and terms that came from obsolete technology
Long after a piece of technology has faded from use, it can live on in the phrasing and terminology it inspired Read More

Microsoft partners "pissed" about pact with Salesforce
Dynamics partners frustrated by pact with competing CRM Read More

Critical flaw in encryption has been in OpenSSL code for over 15 years
After the Heartbleed vulnerability, more security researchers have turned their attention toward reviewing OpenSSL. Now it's time to patch again, but the most alarming/bizarre part of the story is that one of the critical vulnerabilities in OpenSSL has been gone undetected since December 1998. Read More

Intel confronts a big mobile challenge: Native compatibility
Intel has solved the problem of ARM-native incompatibility. But will developers bite? Read More

Tech Industry Subscribes to New Revenue Model
All signs point to a bright future for subscriptions. The Internet of Things and wearables mega trends promise to open the floodgates to subscription opportunities. For a case in point, Apple just bought Beats for $3 billion, not so much for the popular Beats headphones, but rather for subscription-based streaming music service. Read More

Symantec rolls out threat-intelligence sharing with Cisco, Check Point, Palo Alto Networks
Managed security services customers get new data but have to decide whether to apply it Read More

How to create a budget with simple spreadsheet commands
There are a lot of apps and services that will help you, but getting a rough idea of your finances is incredibly simple using a basic spreadsheet. Read More

How do mobile location services threaten users?
GAO report says rules governing use of location data need to get tougher Read More

Will federal privacy rules afflict Apple's new iOS HealthKit?
Apple's HealthKit framework lets iOS 8 apps centralize and share medical, health and fitness data. But it may trigger scrutiny of those apps under federal rules designed to protect consumers. Read More

10 hot cloud computing skills
As more companies embrace shared services, staffers with cloud computing chops are watching their fortunes rise. Read More



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