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White PaperEnough is Enough: Fight Back Against Cybercrime

The recently-publicized data breaches are indeed a wake-up call. While the risks have been there all along and baseline control programs have largely been in place, it is now clear that we must do more to protect our customers, our systems and our companies.

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Voltage Big Data White PaperWhite Paper: Big Data, Meet Enterprise Security

Large organizations worldwide are working to develop and deploy Big Data analytical facilities alongside their established business intelligence infrastructure. These initiatives are motivated in nearly equal parts by the conviction that new business insights and opportunities are buried in the avalanche of new data, by the knowledge that conventional business intelligence systems are unequal to the task, and by the fear that competitors will be first to master and exploit the available new data streams.

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www.ostermanresearch.comThe Case for Outbound Content Management

This white paper focuses on the critical need to manage outbound content sent using email, instant messages, text messages, tweets, Facebook posts and the growing number of other venues from which damaging content might be sent.

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Analyst White paper - Understanding IBM Lotus Web Content Management

What is it? Why do I need it? And how does it work?

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New data protection strategies

As the demands for data capacity and higher service levels grow, protecting corporate data becomes more challenging. Continuous Data Protection, as discussed in this white paper by Evaluator Group and IBM, can cost-effectively improve security with As the demands for data capacity and higher service levels grow, protecting corporate data becomes more challenging.

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Too Many Files? NAS Is the Answer

The usual cure for exploding file volumes is to add more general purpose file servers. That strategy eventually leads to server sprawl, which brings with it more management complexity, stranded disk capacity, wildly differing storage utilization rates and slower file access.

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