Aruba Networks announced on March 2, 2015, that it is to be acquired by HP for an equity transaction in the value of about three billion dollars. This is not a small amount, comprising cash and debt paydown of $2.7B.
If you’ve ever engaged the services of a penetration testing company, you know they’re not cheap. In fact, it’s not unusual to feel you’ve been slapped, thrown in a bag, and hung up to dry. These types of costs can be absorbed by larger companies and enterprises, but not smaller ones, which lack the budgets to take that kind of hit.
On February 26 in a groundbreaking announcement, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) agreed in a 3 – 2 vote to recognize the rights of two southern US cities (Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Wilson, North Carolina) to build their own publicly owned high-speed Internet networks in areas where incumbents had refused to invest in modern infrastructure to support high-speed broadband connectivity. Continue reading News: Barriers to Community Broadband Struck Down
Xtravirt has also been active in the community, releasing tools and Visio stencils to help clients plan their virtualization processes. Tools like vPi and the Document Downloader are staples in many a virtualization consultant’s armoury.
In this day and age of cloud computing, this article’s headline may come as a bit of a shock to many of you. Yes, the mainframe is still a thing. And IBM’s newest is a beast of a machine, capable of over 2.5 billion transactions a day, with real-time encryption built in.
If you can remember the dim and distant past of late 2014, I wrote about Marriott’s blocking of personal MiFis, positing that its reasons for doing so did not really hold water. Now, fast-forward to January 14, and it seems my rant was more powerful than I thought: Continue reading And the Walls of Marriott Crumble Like Jericho
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