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  • Can a tablet security policy help protect enterprise users?

    BYOD isn't a new trend, but tablet security policy is increasingly important as users choose them over laptops for work. Expert Mike O. Villegas discusses tablet security policies.

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  • Sophos applauds partners for driving growth

    The security player has highlighted its growing global partner network as one of the key factors in its success

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  • Become a NoSQL expert: Three best books for learning polyglot persistence

    The NoSQL movement has taken the industry by storm, and more and more applications are using polyglot persistence technologies. Are you up to speed on NoSQL? If not, here are three books that will make you an expert.

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  • Using microsegmentation to create a secure communication channel

    This week, bloggers look at a startup using microsegmentation to create a secure communication channel, FireEye and customized managed network services.

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  • Amazon CloudWatch

    Amazon CloudWatch is a component of Amazon Web Services (AWS) that provides monitoring for AWS resources and the customer applications running on the Amazon infrastructure.

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  • Good boost to mobile device security

    Good Technology has launched a software product that offers businesses security protection for the mobile devices used by their staff.

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  • Data usage on the rise for mobile workforce

    Mobile workers are using increasing amounts of data as video and mapping apps grow in popularity

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  • tethering

    Tethering is the practice of using a mobile device (such as a cell phone) as a modem to connect another device (such as a laptop) to the Internet.

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  • Five quick tests to check website accessibility

    Following last month's warning by the Disability Rights Commission that web designers need to ensure they have the skills to make...

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  • Newspapers fail online access tests

    Poor website design continues to dog the online versions of 10 of the UK's most widely read newspapers, according to a study by...

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