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Test: Best handheld Wi-Fi test tools

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Prepare for a future without Internet Explorer
For years, IT organizations have been tied to Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser, which for years was the standard Web browser. But IE fell further and further behind in terms of modern HTML compatibility. And as mobile devices and Macs grew in popularity, its proprietary technologies like ActiveX and Java versions shifted from being powerful tools to balls and chains that kept expensive-to-update specialty apps from working in a mobile, cross-platform world. The compatibility differences from one version of IE to the next further complicated the situation. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here(Insider Story) Read More


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5 Steps to Help Defend Your Network
The Cisco ONE Enterprise Networks Architecture can provide the necessary levels of application intelligence, contextual information, visibility and automated control to enable the network to be the foundation for companies today as well as in the future. Learn More


Making the Case for Strong Authentication
In this paper, RSA examines the need for strong authentication and explores the return on investment that can be realized in order to help organizations make an informed decision when contemplating their strategic move toward more effective security. Learn More


TEST: Best handheld Wi-Fi test tools
Many Wi-Fi test tools are software-based, such as Wi-Fi stumblers and analyzer programs that use a laptop's internal Wi-Fi or maybe a USB wireless adapter. Here, we review four hardware-based products that you can throw in a laptop bag and carry around with you.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here(Insider Story) Read More


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Delivering Secure Remote Access for the Modern Enterprise
Providing secure remote access to essential enterprise apps and data has never been more challenging. This white paper examines the evolution of secure remote access requirements and the resulting challenges facing today's IT and Application departments. Learn More


Bad IT: Don't make these mistakes in your organization
We've all worked at that place, where processes weren't followed, best practices were unheard of, and dysfunctional rhythms and routines were the law of the land. In some ways, these experiences can be our greatest teacher, providing an object lesson in how things are not supposed to work.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here(Insider Story) Read More



Information Governance Best Practices
When should you implement integration governance? According to this Gartner research note, you should start now if you are an IT professional considering an initiative like master data management (MDM), e-discovery, information archiving or cloud migration. Learn More


INSIDER CEO predicts what the cloud market will look like
One of four co-founders, Parker Harris has been a quietly powerful force in the success of, which has grown to nearly $7 billion and earned a top spot in the CRM market since launching in 1999. Harris leads all product development, data centers and technology for the cloud company and has built the underlying platform that supports an increasing array of products and a huge community of customers around the world. Read More




NASA's cool, radical and visionary concepts

From satellite swarms to interstellar subs NASA is advancing transformative aerospace projects.


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