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The Community Health data breach exposed the personal data of 4.5 million patients of the healthcare entity, opening up potential regulatory issues.
Software-defined storage can be many technologies, but most aim for decoupled software, automated provisioning and non-proprietary systems.
Russ Fellows, a senior analyst at Evaluator Group, breaks down the concept of software-defined storage, its benefits and the vendors who offer it.
The rise of storage software and APIs on commodity hardware means there is something in the idea of software-defined storage.
EMC ViPR, the vendor's software-defined storage technology, is designed to manage heterogeneous storage as one pool while adding cloud features.
E-mail (electronic mail) is the exchange of computer-stored messages by telecommunication.
An e-mail virus is computer code sent to you as an e-mail note attachment which, if activated, will cause some unexpected and usually harmful effect, such as destroying certain files on your hard disk and causing the attachment to be remailed to everyone in your address book.
A gateway is a network point that acts as an entrance to another network.