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Enterprise Computing in the Post-Snowden Era

Edward Snowden didn't just disclose embarrassing details about the NSA. He also exposed weaknesses in enterprise security. How much will things really change?

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Nikto – A Web Application Vulnerability and CGI Scanner for Web Servers

Nikto Web Scanner is an another good to have tool for any Linux administrator’s arsenal. It’s an Open source web scanner released under the GPL license, which is used to perform comprehensive tests on Web servers for multiple items including over 6500 potentially dangerous files/CGIs.... [[ This is a content...

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Network Security Spending to Surge in 2014

According to a Forrester Research survey of more than 2,000 security pros, 46 percent of companies expect to increase network security spending in 2014.

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Getting Started With KVM Virtualization

The ability to run multiple virtual machines (VMs) on single server hardware platforms provides cost, system management, and flexibility advantages in IT infrastructure today. Hosting multiple VMs on single hardware platforms reduces hardware expenses and helps minimize infrastructure costs such as power consumption and cooling.

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The Three Most Important Open Computing Trends to Watch in 2014

The key events of 2013 set up many of the changes in open computing that we can expect to see in 2014. This year, KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) will go cross-platform, Linux will increasingly be deployed for mission-critical workloads, and the ubiquitous buzzword “software-defined” will amplify the need for open computing technologies. Here is a look at what’s in store for 2014.

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