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Are you considering SDS for your organization? Expert George Crump lists the technology areas that may still present a few problems to your storage administrator.
Story points are used in agile project management and development to determine the difficulty of implementing a particular story (business need). Elements considered in assigning a story point include the complexity of the story, the number of unknown factors and the potential effort required to...
Tabnapping can be used to capture user login credentials. Enterprise threats expert Nick Lewis explains how to defend against the risk.
A chief information security officer is becoming a necessity to organizations. Expert Mike O. Villegas explains why and how to communicate this need to other executives.
Qualys has added a free, public API to its SSL testing services, which will enable an enterprise to test any website or server for SSL vulnerabilities.
Reduced travel has long been the top reason to deploy video, but enterprises find the soft benefits of video conferencing reap greater rewards.
Software-defined storage vendor options keep growing. Expert George Crump sees the emergence of two distinct categories and notes products in each area.