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The crux of disaster recovery planning is a detailed recovery plan based on a disaster recovery strategy tailored to your organisation’s unique risk profile.
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When you have trouble connecting a wireless client (a desktop, laptop, PDA, or phone) to an office network, these step-by-step debugging tips can help.
The CIO job goes by lots of names. Here's a new one: rainmaker. As businesses become IT- and intellectual-property-centric, CIOs are using their digital smarts to drive revenue.
What will the future hold regarding email attacks? In this expert podcast, Tom Bowers will confirm or debunk a number of common beliefs about what's coming next.