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Web servers are a popular target for attackers, and the number of servers, frameworks, and web apps can make it difficult to recognize where the threats are. Here are some common i...
Learn the steps involved when publishing Chrome as a virtualized application for Citrix XenApp users.
This is the first of a three part series discussing options available to deploy and/or administer Google Chrome in the organization.
Here are several solutions for getting OSX and NTFS systems to work together.
I work in a technical role for a very high profile Cloud/SaaS vendor (the self-proclaimed #1 in the Global Human Capital Market), so I’ve helped many clients with their first imple...
Businesses use of technology is changing and that has a knock on effect on career prospects for IT workers.
Patrick Sweeney makes the case for next-generation firewalls (NGFWs) that provide security without killing network performance.
Derek Schauland describes his experience working with FileMaker Pro 11 and discusses some of the various versions of FileMaker that might be options for your database projects.
Office 365 is being touted as the perfect solution for the same small businesses currently using Microsoft's Small Business Server to get Exchange and SharePoint. Will the cloud ki...
TechRepublic member dcolbert highlights a few examples of the risks that companies and individuals take when they adopt cloud-based solutions. He thinks huge disasters involving cl...