Jim Rapoza

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posted in June 2011

Cloud Provider OpSource Acquired By Data Dimension

Cloud platform vendor OpSource has been acquired by services firm Dimension Data and is slated to become a part of the company’s new Cloud Solutions business unit. OpSource is a cloud and managed hosting provider with enterprise solutions for creating and managing public, private and hybrid cloud solutions.

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Enterprise Social Networks And Security Risks

While attending UBM TechWeb's Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston last week, I heard lots of conversations about the benefits and potential pitfalls of enterprise social networking. One theme that I heard repeated more than a few times was that enterprise social networks can create a greater security risk.

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Securing What You Don't Own

What do you do when the laptops, smartphones and tablets accessing company resources are owned by employees? You may find that traditional methods of security and management will be much harder to implement.

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Fluke Networks Builds A Tablet For IT

Tablets invading the workplace has mainly been seen as a problem for IT. But what about a tablet designed for IT and specifically for network management? That’s the idea behind Fluke Network’s OptiView XG, a management tablet loaded with Fluke Network’s network analysis and testing tools, and with the hardware needed to monitor any wired or wireless network.

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