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Storage in the cloud: Availability and SLAs

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Storage in the cloud: Requires a different mind-set

One of the fundamental requirements for any IT professional deciding whether to embrace or dismiss cloud computing is to first understand it. IT pro Rick Vanover highlights the big picture offerings of storage in the cloud. Read more

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Understanding risk, threat, and vulnerability

IT security, like any other technical field, has its own specialized language developed to make it easier for experts to discuss the subject. It pays to understand this jargon when researching security. Read more

Insider risk or threat: Which are you?

Some security articles refer to insiders as potential risks in one paragraph, but further on classify insiders as serious threats. Michael Kassner asks, are you a risk, a threat, or both? What's the difference? Read more

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