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Friday, February 4, 2011
- Konkan Railway revamps IT network structure
KRCL is upgrading KRNet, its IT network structure. The new IT network structure will be deployed by opting for a lease model.
- Waledac botnet showing resurgence with thousands of stolen email credentials
Researchers at security firm, Last Line of Defense, have discovered a cache of hundreds of thousands of stolen email credentials and FTP passwords.
- Preventing network outages: UK university employs a NAC solution
After student viruses lead to massive network outages, a UK university went seeking the right NAC solution.
- Data centre management: The battle for control
If data centre networks are becoming more important, why are networking pros losing their say in the battle for data centre management?
- Information rights management secures Asian Paints? critical data
The story of how information rights management rollout helps Asian Paints protect its critical legal documents, R&D whitepapers, and intellectual property.
- Can you guess the real cloud computing startup?
Cloud computing startups aren't always given the best names. Is it better to stand out in the crowd, or should you shove cloud in there and hope customers take notice?
- WAN disaster recovery: Testing your solution
Having a WAN disaster recovery plan is crucial for businesses performing data duplication between multiple locations. Learn how a UK property management firm ensured their solution could grow with them and how they test it regularly.
- Hospitals building health information exchange, brick by brick
Hospitals are building a de facto national health information exchange infrastructure as they try to connect ambulatory practices and other hospitals in their regions.
- University unified communications includes presence?and video?and IM
As University of Birmingham rolls out its first unified communications solution, it is addressing a whole host of issues from load balancing to cultural change among staff.
- Automation, continuous integration and continuous improvement in Agile ALM -- Part 2
Advice on automation in application lifecycle management is given by Agile ALM author, Michael H?ttermann in this second part of an interview with site editor, Yvette Francino. In this Q&A, H?ttermann answers questions about programming skills required to automate, continuous integration and answers what your organization can do to achieve a "high process automation grade."
- UK data protection regulations get stricter
As UK data protection regulations and data privacy laws and their enforcement becomes tougher, enterprises must learn the intricacies of the Data Protection Act and the E-Privacy Directive, among other laws that affect network security.
- Is cloud computing bad for your networking career?
Many network managers may have an emotional resistance to cloud computing, but experts explain the economic benefits and positive career impact outsourcing data centre resources can have.
- Automation in Agile ALM: Interview with author Michael H?ttermann -- Part 1
Agile ALM author Michael H?ttermann talks about how automation is being used in application lifecycle management. Various types of automation are explored, including the controversial use of capture and playback tools for user interface (UI) testing. H?ttermann also answers the question, are manual testers becoming obsolete?
- Using hardware load balancers for Web-based apps: One school?s story
When a large school system launched a Web-facing student information server, its IT organization deployed its first hardware load balancers within its data center network.
- VMware readies vCloud Connector for hybrid cloud
VMware plans to release vCloud Connector, a plug-in that lets vSphere users move VMs back and forth between private and public clouds.
- Securing mobile access: Coping with personal devices in the enterprise
With or without permission, your users are bringing their personal devices to work. It?s time to learn ways to secure mobile access to your network.
- EMC preparing SnapImage upgrade for Solaris
EMC has invited Solaris users to alpha test an upgrade of its block-level snapshot tool, SnapImage. PLUS: what EMCers see on their first day at work.