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IT expert Ed Tittel offers product details on Pivot3's vSTAC OS hyper-converged software and shares how it can help enterprises implement hyper-converged storage.
A Russian cyber forensics firm discovered a password verification flaw in iOS 10 that leaves local backups exposed, allowing hackers to obtain passwords and other valuable data.
Sharding is a type of database partitioning that is used to separate very large databases the into smaller, faster, more easily managed pieces called data shards.
HIMSS 2015, the biggest, most popular health IT show, unfolds next month -- with interoperability and health data security in the spotlight.
McKesson has linked up with Red Hat to reduce the cost of its medical IT systems by using open source software.
A comprehensive data protection plan must feature more than backup. Archiving, snapshots and replication are just a few of the technologies that organizations should consider.
Healthcare-oriented channel partners should keep tabs on the emerging retail health clinic space, which could harbor systems integration and consulting opportunities.
In this Risk & Repeat podcast, SearchSecurity talks with James Plouffe, lead solutions architect at MobileIron and a technical advisor for the television series 'Mr. Robot.'