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Like most people, I understand reams of data best with graphics – pictorial images of what the data represents. So, rather than read through pages and pages of numbers, I can look at a graph to understand the trend the data represents. Another way to say this is – a picture is worth a thousand…

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Feb 3, 2016
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It’s often said that children are born negotiators. They possess a natural ability to try to get what they want though trade-offs, attempting to only do something if they get something in return. It’s less said though that children are born Information Security specialists. Surprising you might think – afterall, as marvellous as the human…

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David Mount
Jan 21, 2016
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Are you an AppManager 7 or 8 customer? Are you weighing the benefits of upgrading to Appmanager 9 against the work involved in actually performing the upgrade? Well read on, and we’ll talk about three different upgrade options and which one is right for you. In-Place Upgrade With an in-place upgrade simply upgrade the actual…

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Mike Robinson
Jan 20, 2016
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For some companies, scalability in the IT world means adding more and more hardware. Data centers of giants like Facebook, Amazon, and Google use what Gartner calls web-scale IT architecture, while others simply invest in more truckloads of traditional IT infrastructure. But with AppManager 9 we took a different approach to scalability. In my last…

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Mike Robinson
Dec 16, 2015
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One of the biggest new features of AppManager 9, and the piece we’re most proud of, isn’t really a feature at all. Confused? Read on, and see if you agree. From its inception, AppManager was designed to deliver a premium, robust, and highly scalable application and infrastructure monitoring experience. And we delivered. Our customers voted…

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Mike Robinson
Nov 11, 2015
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A quick scan through your daily email or favorite news site brings news of yet another data breach, inevitably brought on by either a mysterious hacker, organized cyber-criminal group or even a malicious insider. What do all of these identities have in common? In more and more cases, these identities have gained and misused privileged…

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Renee Bradshaw
Sep 25, 2015
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The recent cyber attack on Anthem has vexed many victims and onlookers—and not just because Anthem had information on individuals who weren’t Anthem members. Many are asking why cyber attackers would want to steal healthcare records. Is information on someone’s health condition really that valuable? While some may not think so, as a victim of…

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Travis Greene
Aug 25, 2015
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Just when we thought we had BYOD under control, the world was introduced to a whole new animal of mobile devices: wearable technology. Whether information security professionals can control this new beast—running rampant and creating significant risk—is the question facing IT security today. BYOD and mobility remind me of the Jurassic Park film franchise. In…

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Travis Greene
Aug 18, 2015
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Recruiting is the life-blood of American college football. Although the word “compliance” may not first come to your mind when you think college football, compliance to recruiting regulations is critical to successful programs. College football is an immensely competitive sport, so getting the best recruits is essential. However, if a college doesn’t comply with recruiting…

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Travis Greene
Aug 13, 2015
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Discussions about privacy have resurfaced since U.S. federal legislators recently responded to the National Security Agency’s (NSA) bulk collection of private phone data. After much media coverage and public outcry, The U.S. House of Representatives and Senate recently passed a bill ending the NSA’s current practice of bulk collection. While it’s refreshing to see politicians…

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By: GeoffWebb
Aug 4, 2015
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