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Prepare for the changing infrastructure security environment
Cloud-based applications, virtualization and the extension of the network beyond traditional boundaries are creating new security risks. Traditional security is no longer sufficient for this new dynamic, highly-interactive environment.
How can you manage risk and ensure compliance while enabling new business applications and improving operational efficiency?
Optimize security in the next–generation data center
Find out the views of independent experts on the challenges posed by the mix of physical and virtual resources. Read the recommendations of security professionals on the importance of a proactive, integrated strategy that will enhance business enablement and reduce risk.
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Architecting the Security of the Next-Generation Data Center
Recommendations from Bloor Research on the importance of a federated security model to ensure consistent security across all environments.
Optimizing Security in the Enterprise
How a centralized solution can meet the challenges of the changing security environment and the new threats related to Web 2.0.
Who Owns Security in the Data Center?
CIOs, CSOs, IT operations teams and security architects must work together to achieve the proper balance of performance, availability and security that enables business innovation.
Have you ever Secretly Wished your Data Center was an AV-Free Zone?
Recommendations on a server security strategy that is customized for specific types of data, processing and infrastructure.
RFP Checklist - Protecting Critical Assets with Next-Generation Network Security
Checklists on four design fundamentals for next-generation network security.
Top Five Reasons to Deploy a Dedicated Database Security Solution
Many organizations still rely on security solutions with inherent limitations which are not fit for the complexities of today’s database platforms.