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SD-WANs improve UC performance
WHITE PAPER: LifeLock
Breached: How Your Data Can Be Put at Risk
Breaches like the Target breach of 2013 and the recent "Heartbleed" bug are not just an electronic problem. Get up-to-speed on common types of physical and electronic data breaches with this infographic. Learn More
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WHITE PAPER: Red Hat
Architects Lead the Way for Data-Driven Apps
Application architects are facing the challenges of keeping up with social, mobile and big data applications as business demands increase. To successfully meet these demands, they must identify, build and deliver modern apps while supporting IT. Learn how application architects can deliver long-lasting apps while reducing risk, complexity and cost. Learn more >>
Zuckerberg: Video today, virtual reality tomorrow
WHITE PAPER: IBM
5 Key Strategies for Successful Mobile Engagement
Read this whitepaper to learn how to invigorate your brand presence with the IBM mobile customer engagement platform. Learn More
WHITE PAPER: Tangoe
Gaining Clarity from the Chaos of Cloud Adoption
While enterprises recognize the risks and consequences of the phenomenon known as 'Shadow IT,' few have the ability to identify and reign in employee use of non-sanctioned, cloud-related services that could lead to potential liabilities and security issues. Learn More
Cisco's pay package for CEO Robbins is a sweet deal
Compensation for CIOs includes cash, equity, perks.
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