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UNIX vs. Red Hat Linux and Your TCO
Increasing line of business demands? Shrinking IT budget? See how Red Hat can help you meet growing. Read Now
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Intelligent Imaging for Improved Banking Performance
A new generation of "Intelligent Imaging" solutions has emerged that is helping banks remove the burden of paper in legacy processes, like loan origination and new account openings, while extending the power of document and data capture to achieve new levels of case management and business intelligence. Learn More
The Linux Desktop-a-week Review: elementary OS's Pantheon
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The New Mobility: Astonishingly Simple and Powerful
Mobility has not only changed how we live, it is also dramatically changing the network infrastructures that we rely on. For the better. As organizations cope with a tidal wave of mobile users, mobile applications, and demand for pervasive access, it's becoming clearer that prior-generation approaches to providing mobility are breaking. Learn more
10 things you need to know about Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
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The Significant Threat of Advanced Evasion Techniques
Advanced hacking methods, like advanced evasion techniques (AETs) have become more prevalent and harder to detect. Yet many network security vendors have downplayed the threat they pose as purely theoretical. Learn the false sense of security many IT professionals are under View Now
The Microsoft CEO has set new goals, taken some decisive actions, moved ahead with works already in progress and made Wall Street happy.
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