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The Second Most Important BYOD Security Defense: User Awareness

Outside of the IT department, most users think that viruses are the only threat to their computing equipment. Many believe that malware doesn't affect mobile devices at all. An educated user is a safer user.

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VMware Patches NFC, Java and SSL

VMware has patched security vulnerabilities in its vCenter Server, ESXi and ESX products. The security holes affect its Network File Copy (NFC) protocol, Java and OpenSSL...

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Hortonworks Unveils Stinger Initiative

Making Apache Hive 100 times faster is the declared aim of the Stinger Initiative; an initial preview of the work will be presented at the Hadoop Summit in March...

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Which Linux Admin Tools and Tricks Would YOU Stake Your Career On?

Those seeking to enter the rewarding world of Linux system administration can be scared off by the platform's sometimes outright hostility towards the concept of "administrator friendliness".…...

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10 Things You Can Do To Boost Your BYOD Security

If you're going to allow users to bring their own devices, find out what you can do to maintain security and be a happier you. These ten security recommendations will help you do both.

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