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  • How to secure your CMS without patching

    In as little as four hours, the bad guys can reverse engineer a software patch for an open-source content management system (CMS) and build an exploit capable of turning millions of websites into spammers, malware hosts or DDoS attackers. A German project aims to beat the bad guys to it, without a patch.

    27 June 17 20:01 Written by Peter Sayer
  • Progressive web apps challenge native mobile apps

    Web companies such as Lyft and Twitter have now deployed the technology that seeks to make web apps as good, and network-independent, as native mobile apps

    26 June 17 20:00 Written by Paul Krill
  • Why total bans on remote work don't remotely work

    Companies seem to be moving in different directions when it comes to remote workers. Some have embraced the practice. Others have banned it. But there is a middle ground.

    24 June 17 20:21 Written by Mike Elgan
  • What is intent-based networking?

    Cisco this week jumped head-first into the intent-based networking market, saying the technology that uses machine learning and advanced automation to control networks could be a “paradigm” shift in how networks are managed. But what exactly is intent-based networking?

    24 June 17 02:14 Written by Brandon Butler
  • The rise of serverless architecture

    Serverless architecture has become a buzzword, with more and more people using it. But should they be? While there are some situations where serverless offers many benefits, there are also scenarios where it’s not the right technology.

    23 June 17 13:29 Written by Abhinov Gulati, Ganemo
  • Lenovo's new workstation is indeed 'Tiny' but packs a punch

    Windows users working in tight spaces who are looking for a small form factor workstation with multiple display ports and solid processing power have a new contender in the market to check out: the new ThinkStation P320 Tiny.

    22 June 17 07:45 Written by Marc Ferranti
  • Why Cisco’s new intent-based networking could be a big deal

    Cisco has announced hardware and software capabilities that use machine learning to provide advanced network automation The system allows users to express policies and includes a software platform that executes the policies and maintains the desired state of the network.

    22 June 17 01:48 Written by Brandon Butler
  • Video storage a gateway to hyperconvergence for law enforcement agency

    The Bergen County Sheriff's Office first chose Pivot3's converged server and SAN solutions to handle video workloads. Today, Pivot3’s HCI appliance clusters allow BCSO to combine VDI, long-term storage, and video storage arrays within a single hyperconverged platform.

    20 June 17 08:10 Written by Ann Bednarz

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