Monthly Archives: April 2009
In this economic climate the number one priority for every business using technology is the reduction of operating costs followed by improving and streamlining business and IT processes. One surefire way to improve your IT processes and ensure the success … Continue reading
Demand exceeding supply is the rule of the day in a CIO’s life, and the current economic downturn is putting a further pinch on supply. When times are good, decisions come easier as more investments and projects can be funded. … Continue reading
I have been researching and working in Bank with laptop security solutions ranging from encryption, to tracking and two or three factor authentication and have some initial interesting results to share. Let’s start with encryption tools. There are a LOT … Continue reading
As newbie in this session..just want to share. Regardless of what version of Linux you are using and providing you are not using any special type of networking that requires NAT or REDIRECT, you can lock down your system from … Continue reading
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