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SMAC (social, mobile, analytics and cloud) is the concept that four technologies are currently driving innovation in business.
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Brocade now offers two SDN certification credentials focused on its virtual router product platform. Here's what you need to know.
Cisco says it won't include SDN training in its career-level certifications until the technology is more widely deployed. Will that be too late?
Can a company use cloud-based DR if they haven't virtualized the servers yet? In other words, is it possible to fail physical servers over to virtual servers in the cloud?
How does cloud-based disaster recovery differ from traditional DR methods, such as using tape or collocation? And, how much less does it really cost when compared with traditional approaches?
Learn how to use TrueCrypt to create an ecrypted drive on a Windows PC, as well as how to create a hidden drive within a drive as an additional data protection measure.