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Everyone Says "Scale Out," But What's the Difference?

29 Jul 2011

Peter Fuller writes:I was in London last week talking with a major distributor of Scale Computing products and several industry analysts. The definition of what “Scale-out” really means to the marketplace surfaced several times.

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Imperva CTOs perspective on the Oracle CPU

22 Jul 2011

Amichai Shulman, CTO at Imperva writes: “The July 2011 Oracle vulnerability announcement contains fixes for 78 vulnerabilities in total, 16 of which are in the database server product.  

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Security and Trust in a “cloudy” world

15 Jul 2011

Joseph Sulistyo, Senior Product Manager at Brocade, writes: Do you find any difference between “Security” and “Trust” for your business critical information?

Ordinarily one would argue that security is the “key” method or system that needs the most attention to ensure the highest level of confidentiality and integrity to your information from unauthorised access, disclosure, disruption, modification, or destruction. Access control and a cryptography method like encryption become essential for providing the highest level of protection to data or information.

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Pop Quiz—Wired, Wireless or Both?

01 Jul 2011

Jim Hulsey writes: I took a pop quiz from Cisco. It contained 10 simple questions to help me determine how I should network my office – wired, wireless or both. My quiz result was “both”—wired with a few wireless access points for visitors. While this quiz is helpful and entertaining, those taking the quiz should also be given one more option—the choice of “in-building wireless.”

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