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SecDevOps: What Security Can Do Today

July 30, 2014
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agilecloud

On the June 24, 2014 Virtualization Security Podcast, we discussed SecDevOps with Andi Mann of CA Technologies. Andi pointed out fairly early that he does not like the term or the “DevOpsSec” term. Security needs to be considered at every step of the way, he stressed: neither before nor after Dev, but marching along with…

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Windows Apportals: A Killer App for Building Modern Integrated Desktops for Windows 8.1

July 29, 2014
By
BusinessAgility

Windows 8 is never going to be a hit, but Microsoft has a killer app that will accelerate enterprise adoption and assure the long-term success of Windows 9. 

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Did You Get the Memo?

July 28, 2014
By
DesktopVirtualization

Did you get the memo? You know, the one that went out about the end of support for Microsoft Windows XP that took effect on April 8, 2014. What month is it now? Oh, that’s right; it’s July. So why in the world should there…

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When SaaS Goes Awry

July 25, 2014
By
CloudComputing

Recently, I have had a spate of calendar issues from various sources and of various types. Some calendar entries are given the wrong time zone, others show up on one…

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AppSense DesktopNow Gets An Overhaul

July 24, 2014
By
PresentationVirtualization

The next couple of weeks should see a major new version of AppSense’s flagship product, DesktopNow, become available for download.

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Docker: What Is It? Hint: It’s Not a Harbour Worker

July 23, 2014
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agilecloud

There is a lot of buzz about a “new” technology called Docker. I say “new” in quotes, because most of us greybeards should remember a technology called “containers,” circa 2004,…

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