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Is Storage Always the Solution to Bottlenecks?

Finding performance bottlenecks in complex, distributed, multi-tier workloads can be challenging. Developers of SSD-based storage tools hope to offer improved performance without forcing customers to really find out why performance problems appear. Is this a short term solution having negative long term consequences?

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Zend Server 6 Puts Zend in DevOps Movement

Features such as improved privilege management and application monitoring components and the new Black Box Recorder in Zend Server 6 and Zend Studio 10 are designed to prevent blame from being passed between developers and operators.

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Should Security Concerns Slow BYOD Trend? Probably.

With user devices facing security threats from every direction and with no end in sight, BYOD should slow down a bit. The real question is, "What's the answer to this ongoing threat?" The answer may surprise you.

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Quantum Unveils 156TB DXi6800 Disk Backup Solution

The DXi6800 fits between the company's mid-range 6700 and high-end 8500 models, and is designed to take on products from market leader EMC's DataDomain range of storage solutions.

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Lots of Router Vulnerabilities, Not Many Patches

Michael Messner has been busy – he has posted details of further vulnerabilities in Linksys, Netgear and, once again, D-Link routers on his blog. The manufacturers were informed months ago, but most of vulnerabilities remain wide open...

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Open source initiatives can strengthen cities’ downtown revitalization

The open government movement in the United States is well underway, though still brand new in terms relative to the pace of the workings of government. Change tends to be delivered slowly, as evident during President Obama’s re-election campaign this year when many of us had to remind ourselves that...

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