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Commonplace Software Licensing Audit Triggers to Avoid

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If you’re a business that buys software you need to be ready for a software audit even if you’re not pirating. That’s because many honest companies have been subject to violation and fines from software companies because they unwittingly under-license software, or do their licensing procedures incorrectly. In short, failure to plan, document, and organize leaves you subject to fines.  

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Differentiating Gateway, Firewall, and Router Features

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When discussing business-class networking hardware, the nomenclature tends to get convoluted. One point of confusion among networking professionals occurs when discussing security appliances. What is the difference between a router and a gateway? What about a security gateway and a firewall or UTM?

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New Chromebooks: Important Info Not on Product Pages

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If you shop for a new Chromebook, you’re probably noticing great pricing on older refurbished models. But when browsing different models of Chromebooks online, there’s something that most product pages aren’t mentioning. And it’s important if you’re using Chromebooks in an education or enterprise capacity.

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It’s HAMR Time for Next-Gen Enterprise HDDs

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Seagate expects to put to market larger, faster HDDs by 2019 thanks to engineering advancements in spinning hard drive design. The technology is called HAMR, and with it, the company expects to make available hard drives up to 20 TB capacity in the next few years, and 50 TB HDDs within the decade.

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What Is the 5-Year Outlook for Business Computers?

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Computer hardware is constantly evolving, becoming smaller, faster, and more efficient with power consumption. If you bought a new business computer this year, you’ll be due for a new machine in roughly five years. What will desktop PCs look like then, inside and out? We can look at the current vector for desktop computing for hypotheses.

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