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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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IT Departments Still 'Fighting Too Many Fires,' Survey Finds

Service modeling and management may help elevate IT service levels, but progress has been slow.

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Amazon Web Services Opens Up Redshift, Lands Partners

Redshift aims to capture some of the data warehousing market via managed services, lower costs and automated tasks such as provisioning and configuring.

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ARM in the Datacenter Gets Another Boost

Univa Grid Engine simplifies automated utilization of ARM SOC servers in the datacenter.

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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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