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  • knowledge factor

    The knowledge factor, in a security context, is a category of authentication credentials consisting of information that the user possesses, such as a personal identification number (PIN), a user name, a password or the answer to a secret question.

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  • user authentication

    User authentication is the verification of an active human-to-machine transfer of credentials required for confirmation of a user’s authenticity; the term contrasts with machine authentication, which involves automated processes that do not require user input.

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  • The top 10 VMware tutorials and tips of 2014

    Which tips, tutorials and opinion pieces on VMware caught the eye of many of our visitors? Our top 10 list for 2014 makes it easy to consume them all in one place.

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  • Move stored emails to Microsoft Outlook

    I am fed up of Outlook crashing and losing my emails on Mac. I have used outlook windows in past and never experienced any kind of issues. So, would like to move from Mac to Windows but I have a lot of emails stored in Mac and would require those when moving onto windows. Is there any specific...

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  • SAP Service Desk improved in Solution Manager 7.1, expert says

    SAP Service Desk was a weak, late entrant to the market, according to one expert, who says that’s slowly changing due to enhancements in the latest version of Solution Manager 7.1.

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  • Martin: Using SSD as cache

    In this segment of his Storage Decisions presentation, Dennis Martin of Demartek discusses the benefits of using SSD as cache.

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  • OAuth 2.0: Pros and cons of using the federation protocol

    Learn the advantages and disadvantages of using Open Authorization for Web application authentication.

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  • Some parting thoughts on the networking industry

    Outgoing TechTarget News Director Shamus McGillicuddy reflects on his time covering the networking industry.

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  • Is SDN ultimately a DevOps tool?

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  • DevOps or SDN? You’ll need them both to work together

    There's no point in choosing between DevOps and SDN. SDN is actually the perfect toolset for DevOps, with its unified vision and control over the entire network. Meanwhile, DevOps lends itself to the kind of hybridized IT model necessary for SDN.

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