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  • Dell’s Secure Mobile Access Solution Bolster’s Cyber Security 17 April 2014, 09:22 AM While reading through the blog article titled, Has mobile computing had a positive impact on cybersecurity? in NetworkWorld, I thought Jon Oltsik made some interesting points around mobile security and changes related to how companies deal with Bring Your Own device (BYOD) and the management of data both on the end point device and in flight. There are few points I want to provide as a response. I agree that network administrators need policy enforcement, and that this should include the ability to not only identify the user, but also determine the device type and its current security state...
  • Introducing Dell Fluid Cache for SAN for Scale-Out Environments 15 April 2014, 02:00 AM Ed. Note: This post was authored by Kishore Gagrani, Global Product Director, Dell Fluid Cache The growth of global data is outpacing storage in this era of wireless technologies, smart products and software-defined businesses. IT administrators need a way to store this information, access it easily, and manage it in a timely manner. Today, Dell announced its new Dell Fluid Cache for SAN, previously demoed at Dell World, a fully integrated server and storage solution which caches data at the compute layer for data-hungry applications. This solution permits faster application response time w...
  • Healthcare CIOs should lead analytics adoption teams that include business and clinical leaders 14 April 2014, 10:08 AM Analytics is a hot topic in healthcare these days, as hospitals realize that they now have an immense amount of data in digital format in their electronic medical records (EMRs). The possibilities for analysis are endless, and offer the opportunity to improve care and lower costs. Also, the new outcomes-based reimbursement models that are starting to be used will require a much greater level of understanding than is currently the case. The use of analytics will be an imperative for most healthcare organizations. The big question for many healthcare executive teams is: Where do we start? The...
  • Heartbleed Remediation 11 April 2014, 03:30 PM As many of you are aware, researchers discovered a critical defect in versions 1.0.1 and 1.0.2-beta of OpenSSL, the cryptographic software library. Due to the impact of this specific OpenSSL vulnerability, known as the Heartbleed bug, products with affected versions can expose user passwords and private keys.   Dell is actively investigating, across our entire product base, the extent to which the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability might be present. Many of our products are already protected against exploits of this vulnerability, and we are actively closing any remaining issues as quickly as...
  • Improving Backup and Recovery with AppAssure 5.4 11 April 2014, 10:35 AM I am excited to announce the release of Dell AppAssure 5.4.  Our primary goal with AppAssure 5.4, as with all of our product releases, is to keep your data protected and safe from disasters of any kind.  We’ve been working on this version for a while now, but we wanted to make sure we got it right... the first time.  With over 50 new enhancements, this is one of the most featured filled releases AppAssure has ever delivered. So, what’s new in 5.4?  For starters, this version is faster, more memory efficient, and we squashed a bunch of bugs to provide even more reliability. The GUI is snapp...
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