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10 things you need to know about Linux Mint 17
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Debunking the top open source myths
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Meeting Energy Industry Mobile Security Requirements
The goal of the white paper is to educate decision makers in the energy industry about how to mitigate security threats facing mobile devices and the networks to which they connect. It addresses concerns relevant to CIOs, CTOs, security architects and IT managers. Learn More
11 open source security tools catching fire on GitHub
A slew of new technological features are (or could be) coming to future smartphones. Here are seven that have been in the news over the last few years.
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