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  • DDoS is the New Spam: 3 Strategies to Turn Catastrophe into Annoyance

    Sponsored by: F5 Networks

    DDoS isn't going away anytime soon, and as attacks and motivations evolve, so must IT security defenses. Download this e-book for 3 strategies on how to up your DDoS game, today.

  • The Modern Approach to Business Intelligence

    Sponsored by: Tableau Software

    How are your organization's software tools for data analysis? Understanding data is critical to making the right decisions and staying ahead of the competition. Read this white paper to review the 7 key attributes of the modern approach to business intelligence that will help you quickly see, understand, and share data analytics.

  • The Hunt for IoT: The Rise of Thingbots in Europe

    Sponsored by: F5 Networks

    More attackers are using IoT devices to build malicious bots. Often times, IoT devices are easy to access and exploit due to open Telnet ports and manufacturers' lax security controls. Download this Threat Analysis Report on IoT devices to learn about these newly developed cyberweapons.

  • Fraud: It's Not Just for Banks Anymore

    Sponsored by: F5 Networks

    Download this resource to learn why using a web application firewall (WAF), with full-proxy capabilities, can be your best defense mechanism against fraudsters.

  • Advanced Application Threats Require an Advanced WAF

    Sponsored by: F5 Networks

    New methods are needed to effectively automate the mitigation of fast-evolving threats. Read this white paper to learn about application security strategies that focus on preventing automated threats, which can help you make operational improvements, and lower operating costs.

  • The Hidden ROI of Cloud-Friendly Security

    Sponsored by: F5 Networks

    By 2021, cybercrime could cost businesses six trillion dollars annually, representing the greatest transfer of economic wealth in history, illicit or otherwise, according to Cybersecurity Ventures. Read this eBook to learn how you can protect yourself with—and reap the benefits of—cloud-friendly security.

  • Computer Weekly – 25 September 2018: Mapping the future at Ordnance Survey

    Sponsored by: Oracle Cloud

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how the UK mapping agency, Ordnance Survey, is innovating to put geospatial data at the heart of smart cities. We look out how to manage subscription and licensing costs when moving to the cloud. And we examine how changing the UK visa system could help tackle IT skills shortages. Read the issue now.

  • Jargon Buster Guide to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this jargon buster guide, we take you through the ever-changing world of enterprise resource management and how in recent times, it has been invoked as critical to "digital transformation".

  • The Economics of Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Powered by VMware vSAN

    Sponsored by: VMware & Intel

    This paper explores HCI's impact on CapEx and OpEx based on your colleagues' experiences with VMware vSAN HCI solution. Read on as real-world adopters share how vSAN helped them achieve operational savings and the specifics of their use cases.

  • Prepare for 2019 with the Right Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

    Sponsored by: VMware & Intel

    This white paper will make it a bit easier as you evaluate what makes sense for your organization. Included is a discussion of 3 vital requirements for any HCI that will maximize its value. In a world in which not all HCI solutions are created equal, read on to learn these 3 requirements.

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