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It is possible to have a data quality initiative without master data management, but every MDM project must have a data quality element
WildPackets, a network performance vendor, shifts its focus to security and rebrands with a new name, Savvius Inc.
The cloud hasn't supplanted the enterprise data center, but, as these CIOs attest, public cloud services set the pace and offer ample reasons for keeping some IT on-premises.
Facebook's director of security operations says women can have successful careers in information security, and more diversity can help shift the playing field toward security defenders rather than attackers.
VMware's network virtualization product promises both flexibility and security in one of the few areas where innovation has lagged in the data center.
Frustrated by the limits of hardware-centric network architectures, cloud provider FireHost has been testing VMware's NSX platform to improve its security.
Many network engineers think server admins will use VMware NSX to seize control of networking. It doesn't have to be that way.