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Research: 2010 State of Server Technology
The value proposition is shifting from the processor to peripheral considerations, such as the ability to effectively implement virtualization, system manageability, and power and cooling. Find out what the InformationWeek Analytics 2010 State of Server Technology Survey showed before making your next implementation decision.
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Integrity Check: 5 Steps To Data-Centric Cybersecurity
It's becoming progressively more challenging to protect sensitive data and systems, and agencies that outsource major applications to the private sector are further abstracting system boundary and perimeter concepts. The answer is a shift in thinking away from yesterday's security approaches and toward data-centric protection via technologies like encryption, data loss prevention, and strong access controls.
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Cloud Is Real Culprit In iPad/AT&T Security Hole
By Jim Rapoza
The recent revelation that over 100,000 iPad users had their email and account information exposed to hackers due to a mistake by AT&T made a lot of news this week and caused no small amount of embarrassment for AT&T and Apple. Bu the big news isn't the security failure itself, it's the reminder that in the modern world of cloud computing, security goes well beyond personal devices.
On AT&T's iPad E-mail Security Snafu
By George Hulme
While the flaw that made it possible for onlookers to access the e-mail addresses of Apple iPad users wasn't directly Apple's fault, the incident is certainly disrupting the Jobs' Reality Distortion Field and dulling some shine of the successful iPad launch.
Internet Week New York Startup Demo Recap
By Allen Stern
This week brings the third-annual Internet Week to New York City. Four new web startups took to the stage in a fast-paced, lightning round of demos at the NY Tech Meetup.
Because A Single 1GHz Core Isn't Enough
By Ed Hansberry
One of the hot processors right now is the Qualcomm 1GHz Snapdragon processor. The HTC HD2 uses it, as well as the recently released HTC EVO 4G on the Sprint network. If that kind of power isn't enough for you though, there is hope. Qualcomm has just announced a line of dual core 1.2GHz Snapdragons.
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