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Articles from Database and Network Journal (December 1, 2012)

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Title Author Type Words
Are you ready for BYOD 2.0? Kemshall, Andy 1501
Beating bandwidth bottlenecks at the network edge: Lawrence Poynter, product director at iOra, explores the sophisticated and cost-efficient connectivity solutions that can ensure employees working in remote locations suffering severe constraints on bandwidth have access to the same information as users on the main corporate network. Poynter, Lawrence 1298
BYOD--just a trend or a symptom of something deeper? Six key questions when developing an enterprise BYOD programme. 1490
Could your employees detect and deflect a spear phishing attack? Top tips that will help prevent your workforce becoming impaled Scott Greaux, vice president, product management and services, PhishMe. 1614
Drilling the data wells of the future--human generated big data could make us rich. Sobers, Rob 1880
Five things you can do wirelessly--but is there a price? SecureEnvoy. 1622
From identity and access solutions to access governance. Small, Mike 1547
How to reassemble the corporate rulebook: it's hard enough these days to get a job--getting promoted once you're there is even harder. Philip Lieberman of Lieberman Software highlights the four areas he things will help security professionals get ahead. 1363
Privacy compliance laws: why the European Commission has finally got it right. Vael, Marc 1625
Second Quarter 2012 'State of the Internet' report. 1616
Security awareness--once is never enough: Cryptzone UK Ltd. 710
The tangled web we weave: a company's web site is its shop window whether it sells online or not, so why is it that so many companies leave their hosting choices to chance, asks Raj Sukkersudha, managing director at Q3 Internet services. 1597
Time to rethink time precision and accuracy: for effective network monitoring, analysis, test and measurement precise Ethernet frame time stamping and accurate time synchronization is essential. As line rates increase the challenge for OEM appliance vendors is ensuring continued precision and accuracy. What are the technology choices available and which of these can help in meeting these challenges? 1807
Workers feel online privacy is threatened: ISACA. 1592

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