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News roundup: As the industry responds to growing demand for end-to-end Internet encryption, some fear unintended consequences. Plus: Black hats wanted; Windows Phone survives Pwn2Own; webcam spying resurgence.
In many companies, data that should be safeguarded against loss or theft isn't getting encrypted. The main reason why so many storage managers are shying away from encryption is that they don't understand how it functions within the storage infrastructure.
SN blogs: This week, analysts discuss how white-box switching will become more affordable, and why multinode server platforms aren’t much different from blade servers.
Analyst Jon Toigo explains why performing analytics on big data sets means that data is no longer considered cold, reducing the importance of archives.
BlackBerry's return to QWERTY keyboard devices and improvements to BES 12 are steps in the right direction, but is it too little, too late for many IT shops that have already moved on?
While some people have been awaiting an uptick in the economy so they can pursue IT career options elsewhere, that kind of move doesn't appear to be at the top of the to-do list for most professionals.
A managed service provider (MSP) provides delivery and management of network-based services, applications, and equipment to enterprises, residences, or other service providers.
An exit interview is a meeting between management representatives and someone who is leaving an organization. Businesses and other organizations such as educational institutions use exit interviews to gather useful feedback that can help guide future practices.
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