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  • Pros and cons of multifactor authentication technology for consumers

    Multifactor consumer authentication is a must-have for financial services firms, but there are a number of different types of multifactor authentication technology from which to choose. In this tip, contributor Judith M. Myerson addresses the pros and cons of several types of multifactor consumer...

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  • Risk-based multifactor authentication implementation best practices

    A multifactor authentication implementation can be a hard sell to enterprise executives and users alike. In this tip, learn four key strategies to ensure that both groups understand and support the project.

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  • Can SharePoint keep up with collaboration competition?

    Collaboration tools like Dropbox and Google Drive are taking SharePoint's share of the market, but what can Microsoft do to bolster functionality?

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  • Email encryption mechanisms

    Value-added resellers (VARs) and security consultants can use this tip to get advice on how to add security to email communications through encryption.

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  • The VoIP bloggers we read

    Over the course of the last year or so, VoIP blog sites have emerged as valuable and trusted resources for VoIP market trends and strategies. Often cited as sources similarly to industry analysts, some VoIP bloggers have managed to harness the power of this social media and are genuinely...

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  • Dip in Hadoop data lake can be bracing for big data users

    Encouraged by the promise of cost savings and better efficiency, early adopters are wading into Hadoop as a central reservoir for their analytics data.

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  • Cybersecurity information sharing initiatives on the rise

    Businesses and government agencies work to improve sharing of cyberthreat information.

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  • object recognition

    Object recognition is at the convergence points of robotics, machine vision, neural networks and AI. Google and Microsoft are among the companies working in the area -- Google’s driverless car and Microsoft’s Kinect system both use object recognition.

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  • How has Microsoft’s offer for free Office 365 migration services impacted you?

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  • Tips on building big data, advanced analytics programs

    TDWI analyst Fern Halper offers up expert advice for organizations looking to go beyond basic intelligence practices.

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