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  • Set rules with Office 365 message classification

    Message classifications are some of the handiest tools Exchange Online admins can have in their toolkits.

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  • virtual machine (VM)

    A virtual machine (VM) is an environment, usually a program or operating system, which does not physically exist but is created within another environment. In this context, a VM is called a guest while the environment it runs within is called a host. Virtual machines are often created to execute an...

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  • Will Hadoop disappear in 2015?

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  • How to defend against brute-force router attacks from Sality malware

    The Sality malware has reemerged with new capabilities: brute-forcing passwords on wireless access points. Enterprise threats expert Nick Lewis explains how to.

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  • How do you troubleshoot your vSphere environment?

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  • Build a more effective approach to vSphere troubleshooting

    While there are several ways a vSphere administrator can save time and trouble before disaster visits the data center, there are a few measures to take while correcting an issue to keep a problem from growing into a full-blown catastrophe.

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  • workflow

    Workflow is a term used to describe the tasks, procedural steps, organizations or people involved, required input and output information, and tools needed for each step in a business process.

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  • Is the sharing economy always a net good?

    While the sharing economy is changing conventional models, downsides can loom, including quality control and effective protection of workers' rights.

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  • Do you trust your DaaS provider, or do you have cloud security concerns?

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  • How cloud security concerns affect trust in DaaS providers

    DaaS providers tout hosted desktops as more efficient and secure than traditional VDI, but cloud security concerns persist. Companies looking to do DaaS have to trust their provider's staff and back-end security measures without first-hand insight.

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