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Google, Microsoft Announce Plans for Search Term Blockage

An announcement from Google and the Microsoft Corporation outlined their plans to launch software which promises to prevent specific search terms related to online child sexual abuse from producing results, according to a news article posted by The Web Hosting Industry Review. The article states that the software – which initially will be introduced in...

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November
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Cybercrime Costs Rocket to $113B

Businesses that continue to operate without the proper security training remain vulnerable to attacks and security breaches, according to recent information documented by security awareness professionals in an article on the Digital Journal web site. In the article, the firm KnowBe4 said that this lack of training and preparedness can result in “future class-action law...

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November
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Report Says IRS Virtual Servers Need Auto Monitoring

A report released by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) has determined that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) needs to address the security of their virtual servers, according to an article published by Accounting Today. The TIGTA report examined the organization’s virtual server technology and reviewed the overall security of their virtual environment....

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November
18
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IBM Power Servers to Support Nvidia GPUs in 2014

Computer manufacturer IBM announced that they will begin to use the Nvidia Tesla graphic chips in servers configured with their Power chips, according to an article published on the Computer World website. According to this report, IBM wants to increase the capabilities of their higher level server offerings by exploring graphic processing. IBM will use...

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November
18
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Group Proposes Encryption for All Web Traffic

A recommendation to make revisions to the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) will lead to the encryption of a large portion of the world’s web traffic, according to a recent article published by Ars Technica. The article states that a recent letter was published by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) announcing this proposal in the...

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November
13
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Tips: The Server Maintenance Checklist

Professionals in the technology industry today know the sophistication behind data center servers and how they require regularly scheduled maintenance. In a recent article posted on Tech Target, technology veteran and author Stephen J. Bigelow writes how simple, scheduled maintenance procedures will extend the life of these sophisticated machines. In the article, Bigelow discusses a...

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November
13
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Insight: Server Innovation Moves Slow

Commentary from some technology professionals can give the impression that enterprise users might be investing their time with plans and strategies targeting big data but no time purchasing the next generation appliances to support the plan, according to an article recently posted on Information Week. The article’s author and IT veteran, Art Wittmann, creates some...

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November
13
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Improving Network and Data Center Efficiency

Many technology professionals believe that the enterprise data infrastructure will greatly expand or become nonexistent in the next decades, according to a recent article written by Art Cole for Enterprise Networking Planet. Cole explains to enterprise users, “You’ll either have to massively scale your architecture up or out, or you’ll be leasing capacity on someone...

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November
12
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Wikipedia Founder Speaks Out About Surveillance

The founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales has recently commented about the National Security Agency (NSA) and its alleged PRISM surveillance program, according to an article posted by the Web Hosting Industry Review. Wales was reported in the article to say that PRISM “hurts confidence in United States cloud computing services and gives oppressive regimes the...

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November
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Fujitsu Demo Shows New Data Transfer Method

The Japanese manufacturer Fujitsu conducted a demonstration of new server technology at the Fujitsu Forum in Munich, Germany on November 6th and 7th, according to an article published by Computer World. The article indicates that the demonstration highlighted multiple servers using light and laser technology to transfer data. The manufacturer demonstrated two Primergy RX200 servers configured with expansion units and optical...

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