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Regardless of how many big data initiatives companies have, most still find that they can only afford one data science team.
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This paper focuses on the development of a hybrid security model for Mobile Agents (MAs) system in a distributed network environment using RSA and DSA. The MA computing vulnerabili...
Google has taken a lot of heat over the issue of privacy. Learn what this issue means to you and your organization.
The paper formulated a dynamic channel allocation model with one-level buffering in controlling congestion in Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) network with a view to pr...
In this guest post by Nate Irvin, he argues that Silverlight has too many flaws to justify its somewhat dubious benefits. Do you think that .NET developers should discourage the us...
An interface defines common functionality across unrelated classes. Here's an overview of five of the most common reasons to use interfaces and when to avoid them.
Step by Step Guide to Managing Cisco (PIX to ASA) Firewall Migration Projects Overview This paper is designed as a guide for IT project managers to better understand Cisco PIX to...
In honor of his 100th IT Consultant column, Chip Camden highlights 100 member comments that made him think, laugh, or both.
By following a disciplined path and by measuring results using metrics, Rick Freedman explains how IT leaders can make the greening of IT using power management techniques an exerc...