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WEBCAST: Brocade Communications Inc.
Ethernet Fabric for the Cloud Webcast
Discover how your company can optimize its investments in virtualization and cloud technologies. A new webcast reveals why IDC analysts believe a fabric-based network infrastructures are the cornerstone of a more efficient, cost-effective data center network. Learn more!
Microsoft's cloud licensing changes: What you need to know
San Francisco migrates to hosted Exchange
Tech leaders to 2011 grads: Go to the bathroom, don't be a jerk and take risks
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10 Things Your Next Firewall Must Do
As the leader and pioneer of the next-generation firewall category, Palo Alto Networks would like to share what we have learned from securing over 3,500 enterprise networks in the past few years. Download our guide that depicts the top 10 requirements you should demand in your next firewall purchase. Read now!
Windows 7's malware infection rate climbs, XP's falls
The coming mobile battle between Android and Windows Phone 7
Citrix will stream Windows apps to Chrome OS laptops
WEBCAST: Limelight Networks
The Next Phase of Cloud
What is the next phase of the cloud revolution? Cloud's native services orientation can open up a world of options for infrastructure, software and other strategic considerationslike your network. This webcast will also cover how organizations can take advantage of cloud's robust storage capacity and how to manage that storage. Learn More!
Bing uses Facebook social data to strike at Google
Microsoft: One in 14 downloads is malicious
SURVEY: Future-proofing the cloud
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