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Confronting the widening infosec skills gap
WHITE PAPER: XO Communications
Clearing the Network Hurdle to Cloud Deployment
Although enthusiasm is high among IT pros for cloud services, an IDG Research Quick Poll survey found that, in fact, the cloud is at a crossroads. Learn More
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FBI: Security researcher admitted to hacking planes 15 to 20 times while in-flight
Cisco CEO feisty til the end
Penn State yanks engineering network from Internet after China-based attack
WHITE PAPER: Aerohive
Rethinking Enterprise Wireless Networks
This paper from IDC explores the trends, challenges, and solutions that the latest generations of WiFi architecture deliver. View Now>>
How low can we go? Introducing the $9 Linux computer!
A requiem for AOL: Looking back on the web's first big company
WHITE PAPER: Kony Inc
5 Steps to Great Apps
Say goodbye to one-off apps and set a foundation for a comprehensive enterprise mobility strategy. Learn More
Google looks set to join the 'buy' button trend
10 utterly wonderful technologies you shouldn't buy yet
Security researcher's hack caused airplane to climb, FBI asserts
Who got raises, who took cuts, and who knocked Larry Ellison off his perch as highest paid tech CEO.
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