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Mobile security: iOS vs. Android vs. BlackBerry vs. Windows Phone

Google's Android for Work promises serious security, but how does it stack up against Apple's iOS and the rest?

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How enterprises can use artificial intelligence

Enterprise IT shops are finding that artificial intelligence isn't just for robotics anymore. Science fiction may portray A.I. technologies as the brains running robots trying to take over the human race, but the technology today is...

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Building microservices with Node.js

Why build monoliths when you can compose applications from services? Here are some guiding principles for using Node.js and the Seneca framework to create microservices apps

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Emerging enterprise techs to watch

The latest technologies include quantum computing, gamification, reactive programming, augmented reality, and others

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Desktop virtualization review: VMware Workstation vs. Oracle VirtualBox

VMware Workstation 11 has the edge in performance and polish, while VirtualBox 2.3.20 leads in platform support and price

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You’ve been hacked. Now what?

6 key things to do after a security breach

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Review: HP's Moonshot is flexible, manageable, amazing

HP's cartridge-based, hyperscale computing system brings significant server power and high efficiency to a variety of workloads

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Unpacking Microsoft's universal apps strategy

Write an app for one Microsoft platform and it will (more or less) run on all other Microsoft platforms, including Windows Phone -- thanks in large part to Windows 10

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Beware of hot foreign spies who want to steal your data

The hottest new attack tool for stealing sensitive information? Sexy foreign spies. Learn the tools and methods used to bait and hook high-value employees and bleed your organization dry of data

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Build single sign-on into your Web and mobile apps

You don't want to build one-off authentication and authorization in every Web and mobile application you create. Instead, try a service like Okta or Microsoft Azure AD

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Real data security for all is now getting its start on mobile

Two approaches to data security are being pioneered on mobile, but over time will protect you anywhere

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The world of containers doesn't end with Docker

Docker, the open-source app containerization startup has built up quite a bit of momentum in the past six months, but it's still not entirely ready for enterprise. (Insider, registration required.)

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Red light, green light: The importance of good API management

Securing APIs is only the first step. With API management tools, you can also throttle access, monitor traffic, and establish policies -- for third-party APIs and your own

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Tintri VMstore review: Fast as flash, cheap as disk

Tintri's hybrid array delivers superfast storage and supersimple storage management for virtual machines

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Inside Office 365's APIs

Office 365's APIs are crucial to Microsoft's cloud strategy. Here's a quick primer on how to take advantage of them

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Review: Appery.io pairs mobile app builder with back-end services

The Appery.io online mobile development platform crosses categories, but support for native apps and offline operation are lacking

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Azure Batch: A mash-up of PaaS and IaaS

As cloud services become more automated, the line between IaaS and PaaS continues to blur -- and large-scale cloud deployments get a whole lot easier

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Review: IBM Bluemix bulks up Cloud Foundry

IBM's full-featured PaaS wows with Watson and an amazing array of services, but many are not yet ready for prime time

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