Mobile city council gets public input on adding security gates in neighborhoods – WPMI Local 15 News


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Mobile city council gets public input on adding security gates in neighborhoods
WPMI Local 15 News
So Mobile's Public Safety Committee held a meeting Tuesday, to get the public's input. In a packed room of opinions, dozens addressed Mobile's Public Safety Committee explaining why their neighborhood should or shouldn't get a security gate. "We got …

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It’s Time to Start Planning Overdue Windows 7 Computer Upgrades – eWeek


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It's Time to Start Planning Overdue Windows 7 Computer Upgrades
eWeek
But if you start the upgrade and replacement process now you can complete it while Microsoft is still providing Windows 7 security updates. Believe me, the last thing you want to do is try to explain to your bosses why you bought a bunch of new

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BlackBerry discusses long-term plans for BB10 operating system, despite recent Android push – Financial Post


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BlackBerry discusses long-term plans for BB10 operating system, despite recent Android push
Financial Post
“Part of this, of course, reaches back four or five years to strategic decisions that were made, and that's partly why we added Android to our portfolio, and why we were excited to bring out Priv, and the DTEK devices as true BlackBerry security with

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IDG Contributor Network: Dome9 offers multi-cloud security, adds native support for Azure

Dome9 Security, a cloud infrastructure security and compliance vendor, announced today that it is offering native support for the Microsoft Azure cloud platform.

This is interesting because until now, Dome9 had strongly pushed an Amazon Web Services (AWS) story. The reasons for that are clear: AWS is the 1,000-pound elephant when it comes to cloud infrastructure, greatly eclipsing all other vendors in terms of market share. But reliance on a single vendor is risky, and the number of third-party vendors at AWS’ recent re:Invent conference that looked uncomfortable at AWS announcements shows the folly of being completely tied to one platform.

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