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Welcome to's White Paper Library. Here you will find the latest industry resource materials to help IT professionals understand industry trends, make IT buying decisions, and much more! Search through various titles produced by industry experts to further your knowledge on Linux, security, and information technology-related issues.
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Wireless Security: Threats and Countermeasures
The whitepaper gives a detailed view of the current wireless threats and the working countermeasures that are available today.
Are Passwords Really Free? A Closer Look at the Hidden Costs of Password Security
Company:RSA Security
As more and more business processes move online, many enterprises are evaluating stronger security than that provided by traditional passwords. However, the decision to replace embedded password security solutions with stronger authentication is a complicated one, involving many factors. One must consider the appropriateness of user fit (usability, portability and multi-purpose functionality) and the appropriateness of corporate fit (strength of security, interoperability and integration, scalability and future flexibility). As with any significant technology investment, cost is always a consideration.
IT Consolidation with Linux
Company:Hewlett Packard
Linux, with its flexibility, scalability and cost savings, can help overcome the obstacles and yield lasting infrastructure improvements. In building for the future, Linux is an architect's dream: It is reliable, adaptable, cost-effective and open. Standing alone or mixed with other operating systems, Linux architecture is a solid foundation for building an adaptive enterprise.
Enterprise Security & Linux
Information systems security continues to be a primary concern to business managers. Compromised data or business systems, whether from external sources or internal, can introduce enormous costs - competitively, operationally and financially. The maturation of Linux into a mission-critical operating system introduces opportunities to improve your organization's approach to better securing your business systems.
Exploiting the Potential of Linux
Company:Computer Associates
Linux is ideally suited as an enterprise-class operating system for many reasons. One is its reliability. Linux systems offer mainframe-class stability with reported system uptimes of a year or more. Google, one of the Internet's foremost search engines, runs on Linux servers and has run continuously for more than one-and-a-half years without any downtime, according to Google Chairman Eric Schmidt.
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