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The Linux desktop-a-week review: MATE
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An Evolution in Enterprise Cloud Security
Private cloud techniques extend the protection of corporate governance and policies to the elasticity of a cloud platform but that doesn't automatically make it secure. Just because you adopted a cloud environment does not make you immune to targeted Cyber attacks. Learn more
Android vulnerability still a threat to many devices nearly two years later
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Achieve Deeper Network Security and Application Control
Next-generation firewalls (NGFWs) have emerged to revolutionize network security as we once knew it. Yet to safeguard an organization from today's ever-evolving threats, NGFWs must be able to deliver an even deeper level of network security. View Now
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