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Encrypted Web and Wi-Fi at risk as RC4 attacks become more practical
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Manage the Mobile Madness
One solution to manage all mobility issues. One point of contact. See why CDW has the expertise to design and deliver the best enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution for how your business handles the mobile device hoopla. Learn More
InfoSec pros spend most time, money on self-inflicted problems
Indoor phone positioning might soon be easier, cheaper to deploy
WHITE PAPER: Aternity
Clabby Analytics Research Report: The User is King
This report details the key advantages of monitoring real end-user experience rather than inferring what the user is seeing based on other related application, transaction or other resource performance metrics. Learn More
Cisco to buy more security
New un-jailbreaking tool Cydia Impactor for iOS has Android roots
Machine authentication and user authentication
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Survey Report: Data Culture in Software Development
New insight into how companies are using data to drive customer experience. View now
Boeing subsidiary wants to use drones to infect PCs with Hacking Team spyware
Google becomes an OpenStack sponsor. What is happening in this world?
Open source router project administers Lithium
Here, we review four hardware-based products that you can throw in a laptop bag and carry around with you.
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