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    Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) technology can cut energy bills, increase business agility and improve mobile working flexibility. But licensing cost and complexity can wipe off the financial savings of VDI deployment. Jenny Williams explores the labyrinth of VDI licensing.

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  • Penetration tests measure firms’ security

    Penetration testers make it their business to overcome your defences and infiltrate the network. And your security measures may not be as robust as you think

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  • ISCSI TCP/IP TOE card purchase considerations

    A look at the specific considerations in purchasing iSCSI

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  • Get Quotes: Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Software

    With the right CRM software managing customer relations doesn’t have to be a minefield. To help you make the right decision, download our free guide to CRM software. Or if you already know what your CRM software requirements are, get free no obligation quotes from up to six suppliers.

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  • Advantages with quad play services

    Quad play is the new buzz word for an increased range of communications services, initially aimed at the consumer. So what's in it for business?

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  • The benefits of low-cost SaaS for SMEs

    Business management Affordable business tools Accounting Unified communications Recruitment Managed EDI Document management Storage One-stop...

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  • Outsourcing – Essential Guide

    Outsourcing is essential to any company, whether large or small. This guide helps you decide whether you should outsource and how.

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  • Universal apps, holographic magic at Microsoft Build 2015

    At Microsoft Build 2015, the software giant showed it's determined to do for mobile devices what it did for PCs -- only this time it's the services, not the OS, that it hopes will be the cash cow. Also in Searchlight: Salesforce fields takeover offers; Obama's emails hacked.

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  • Microsoft continues big data push with Azure SQL upgrades

    Microsoft's latest round of upgrades to its big data cloud tools include a handful of new Azure SQL offerings that compare to Amazon Redshift.

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  • NHS regional health board adopts proactive approach to data security

    The NHS Dumfries and Galloway health board has adopted a proactive way to protect patient data through continual vulnerability assessment

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