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  • Flying blind in SharePoint Online development

    SharePoint Online development is far different from SharePoint on-premises development. It's the elephant in the room, one expert said.

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  • SharePoint Online vs. on-premises is already an outmoded question

    Microsoft is staking its future in the cloud. But if you are weighing SharePoint Online vs. on-premises, here's how the two differ.

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  • How to detect fraudulent certificates that look real

    Malware using seemingly real digital certificates is becoming more prevalent. Expert Nick Lewis discusses how to detect fraudulent certificates.

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  • How can you improve VMware FT in the data center?

    Using the fault tolerance feature in vSphere keeps critical workloads running without interruption, but an administrator needs to be sure the hardware and network are fine-tuned for optimal performance.

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  • cloud computing

    A cloud service has three distinct characteristics that differentiate it from traditional hosting. It is sold on demand, typically by the minute or the hour; it is elastic -- a user can have as much or as little of a service as they want at any given time; and the service is fully managed by the...

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  • The business case for cloud-based governance and e-discovery services

    There are many questions to consider when moving data management to the cloud, including the cost implications of cloud-based e-discovery services.

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  • Are there any limitations when implementing VMware VAAI?

    While vSphere administrators will want to be sure their storage array supports VMware's vStorage APIs for Array Integration, there are some restrictions to keep in mind when setting up storage acceleration.

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  • AWS Europe offers better DR choices with German region

    Amazon Web Services launched two availability zones in Frankfurt, Germany, offering regulatory refuge and more options for disaster recovery.

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  • Managing AWS multi-factor authentication

    Creating a strong password policy in AWS is one step to protect data. If managed properly, multi-factor authentication adds another layer of protection.

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  • counter-Googling

    Counter-Googling is the use of the search engine to find information about the party that would traditionally be the searcher (such as a potential customer) by a party that would ordinarily be the subject of the search, such as a business. Common applications of counter-Googling include an...

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