Enterprise IT security teams struggle to filter gigabytes of log data, but a new generation of cloud-based log aggregation and analysis services promises to help.
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A recent study by an online backup service showed that disk drives aren't as reliable as the industry says they are.
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New storage systems have joined the ranks of object stores, but they're really more general purpose storage devices that use some object storage concepts.
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The Tor Onion Routing network has long been a favorite way for privacy-seeking online users to add a series of anonymizing layers between themselves and sites on the Internet. From hackers and dissidents...
It's time for VMware to improve its file storage support to make storage management simpler.
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The information security field is awash in regulations and requirements, but National Institute of Standards and Technology standards provide a strong foundation for an information security program.
Adoption of next-generation Ethernet switches, SAN products, and network security tools as data centers becomes increasingly virtualized will drive market growth, according to research firm.
Update expands firewall support; NetMotion offers Locality via the cloud; Zadara boosts cloud storage; Brocade adds MAPs for SANs.
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I spoke with Houston Methodist Hospital's WLAN architect, who described how his team maintains strict security and performs troubleshooting on the hospital's massive Wi-Fi network.
With the pace of change overwhelming security efforts, how can IT take control?
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