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IT Security's Responsibility: Protecting Mobile Certificates
When it comes to protecting mobile certificates, IT security leaders must act responsibly - with next-generation trust protection. Find out how Forrester rates IT security leaders' knowledge and understanding of keys and certificate technologies for mobile. Learn More
Why Comcast's pro-net neutrality ads are totally disingenuous
1987: Jobs explains mouse to Playboy
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Fight Malware, Malfeasance and Malingering
Every year brings an even more extreme set of threats to the enterprise than the last. The good news is that enterprises have a range of mitigation options. The question is which solution offers the organization the greatest protection and control without adding complexity or unnecessary costs. Learn more >>
IDG Contributor Network: Wi-Fi most important hotel feature, survey says
Avaya's secret weapon: Engagement Development Platform
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Buyer's Guide to Enterprise File Sync and Share
As an IT professional, you understand sync and share software is a growing part of today's workflowbut the workers you support consider it essential to their daily activity. Learn More
Will Microsoft sue the makers of Adblock Plus?
IDG Contributor Network: 2015 will be the year of cryptocurrency, with a little work
The Onion's 10 greatest gags about Google
Congress gave feds the gift of constitutional spying on every Americans' communications
A look at some of the worms and viruses and Trojans that have plagued Linux throughout the years.
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