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Wind River: Getting Closer to the Network Virtualization Vision

Wind River today released its real-time Open Virtualization Profile software for Wind River Linux developed with open source Kernel-Based Virtual Machine (KVM).

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Pentagon's Failed Flash Drive Ban Policy: A Lesson for Every CIO

If CIOs are looking at government data management and security policies to set an example, think again. Despite a series of NSA leaks, the U.S. Dept. of Defense gives "thousands" of staff to use portable storage drives.

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Gigabit Wi-Fi: 802.11ac is Here: Five Things You Need to Know

Gigabit Wi-Fi, 802.11ac is not really going to give you gigabit speeds - and there are other factors you need to consider before adding it to your wireless network.

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Encrypt All Your USB Storage Media with CipherUSB

A single $30 USB dongle powered by a FIPS/NIST certified 256-bit AES crypto engine can be used to secure USB flash drives, external hard drives, media cards, and even CD/DVD/Blu-ray discs burned using an USB optical drives.

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Software-Defined Networking Takes Center Stage as a Top Concern at Structure 2013

Still don't understand software-defined networking? You're not alone -- but you should really learn about it now.

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