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WEBCAST: F5 Networks
Ensuring High Availability for Client Access
F5's integrated application delivery solutions for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 provide the required hardware load balancing for CAS servers. Learn More!
More malware apps sneak into Google Market
WHITE PAPER: F5 Networks
Providing Security and Acceleration for Remote Users
Delivering applications to remote users is a significant undertaking. Applications need to be available, and they must be delivered securely and quickly. Through a range of products, F5 has solved the security plus acceleration challenge for remote users with BIG-IP Edge Gateway and BIG-IP APM. Read More!
Daily innovation smackdown: Biz Stone vs. Lou Gerstner
Spending on new software projects rises, survey says
Ricoh announces enterprise device with tablet features
WHITE PAPER: Siemens
3 Steps for Choosing the Right UC Solution
Communication is at the heart of how many small businesses operate. However, few organizations stop to consider how the way they communicate is inefficient. Many consider this to be a cost of doing business. But what if your business could overcome these problems? Learn More
Why Microsoft and Citrix need each other
IBM improves Sametime platform
Oracle says ERP software woes are school's own fault
SURVEY: Future-proofing the cloud
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Tuesday, 31 May 2011