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The best effort to prevent DDoS attacks

An Anti-DoS solution must be comprised of both Anti-DDoS technology and Anti-DDoS emergency response services in order to be effective, and reach a 100% > ...

Alternative browsers for Ipad

Safari has been king and sole ruller of the Ipad browsing ever since it first came and brighted up our lives. But now as other browsers such as Mozilla are preparing to launch their versions of Ipad browsers is it time for the reign of Safari over Ipad user to end? > ...

Dell R720 Edges Ahead of HP in 2U Rack-Mount Server Performance Tests

The Dell PowerEdge R720 2U rack-mount server scored impressive results in eWEEK Labs' benchmark tests and comes with a bevy of enhanced features that make the 12th-generation server system a worthy replacement for the R710. > ...

E-Communications Competence

As technology continues to develop, the ways in which we communicate have drastically changed. Appropriately, the people behind the communications industry have also changed. Far more is now demanded of marketing and design professionals as they compete for roles in today's leading communications firms. > ...

Business Networks Use Apple and BlackBerry Over Android

The most popular mobile Operating Systems across many corporate and business networks appears to be Apple iOS and RIM BlackBerry. This information comes from over 700 IT Professionals for several different networks in a survey by Check Point Software. > ...

Twitter Releases Parody Recruitment Video

You probably remember back in the day when you'd get hired at a new restaurant, or sales gig, and they made you watch one of those ridiculously cheap and strange videos teling you about the company you just started working for. Things about your role, your team and the terrible acting are at the forefront in those vids. Well, to pay tribute to those socially awkward and under budgeted displays of video directing, Twitter launched one of their own. > ...

European Regulators Weigh “Right to Be Forgotten” Internet Law

While in America the battle for online privacy rights continues to be waged, European leaders are considering going forward with a sweeping law that would essentially make it illegal for any Internet company to use personal data without explicit permission from the individual, and make the retention of such information after a deletion request to be punishable with costly fines. > ...

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