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Cisco Driving Security With TrustSec Expansion

Networking giant moves deeper into network security with an expansion of its TrustSec offering, which is now available for its Catalyst and Nexus switches.
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Samba 3.5 Release Includes Experimental SMB2 Support

The new version is the first stable release to support the SMB2 protocol and 100 nanosecond timestamps...
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Apache Turns 15

The Apache HTTP server is celebrating its 15th anniversary. "February 23, 1994: Individual patch authors around the world are invited to join the 'new-httpd' mailing list to discuss enhancements...
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Hewlett-Packard's Megadeal with Shell Raises Strategic Profile

Hewlett-Packard's credibility as a serious networking player got a big boost this week as Royal Dutch Shell—the #1 company on the Fortune 500 list—picked HP to develop a wireless sensing system to collect and distribute seismic images from challenging underground environments to enhance Shell's ability to locate oil and natural-gas reservoirs.

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IBM Enters the Network-Attached Storage Market

Big Blue is the latest data storage vendor to offer extreme scale-out network attached storage.
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