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Sun Tzu-as-a-Service: How to protect the hybrid cloud
The hybrid cloud brings unique security challenges to the enterprise. Ancient military strategist Sun Tzu has wisdom that can help businesses learn how to protect themselves.
For future wearables, the network could be you

People who wear networked gadgets all over their bodies may someday become networks themselves.

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego, have found a way for wearables to communicate through a person's body instead of the air around it. Their work could lead to devices that last longer on smaller batteries and don't give away secrets as easily as today's systems do. 

The proliferation of smartphones, smart watches, health monitoring devices and other gear carried close to the body has led to so-called personal area networks that link the gadgets together and provide a path to the Internet through one that has a Wi-Fi or cell radio. Today, those PANs use short-range over-the-air systems like Bluetooth.

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Sun Tzu-as-a-Service: How to protect the hybrid cloud
The hybrid cloud brings unique security challenges to the enterprise. Ancient military strategist Sun Tzu has wisdom that can help businesses learn how to protect themselves.
How to fix battery drain issues on your iPhone following a software update
Battery drain can happen after software updates, due to out-of-date settings or holdovers from previous versions. Cory Bohon explains how to fix these battery drains after performi...
Amazon axes the Fire phone
Amazon has finally decided to scrap the Fire phone. Or have they? Jack Wallen responds to Amazon's lack of commitment to fully embracing failure.
Android's lack of DHCPv6 support poses security and IPv6 deployment issues
Android doesn't support DHCPv6, the most common management method for enterprise Wi-Fi deployments. Find out why, and how to work around this problem.
Ericsson's next-gen LTE targets faster mobile networks and IoT

Ericsson is working on LTE with faster upload speeds, as well as using unlicensed spectrum to speed up downloads and customizing the technology for Internet of Things applications.

The Swedish telecom equipment vendor is showing off some of the developments at the CTIA Super Mobility conference next week in Las Vegas.

5G will likely be one of the hottest topics at CTIA, but LTE still has lots mileage left -- after all, the first two letters stand for Long Term. And it’s a lot easier to upgrade an existing network than roll out a new one.

One of the more contentious upgrades is using unlicensed spectrum for LTE. Detractors fear it will affect Wi-Fi performance, which uses the same frequencies.

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It's time to scale the software-defined data center, and VMware has a plan
At its VMworld 2015 conference, VMware announced a host of new products and services with the goal of making the software-defined data center easier to use and more scalable.
How venture capital must change: Gender equality as a business opportunity
Venture capital remains the fuel that powers the technology industry, but it also suffers from the same gender equality problems. Here's why it matters, and what has to change.
NSX roadmap: How VMware wants to expand network virtualization
NSX, VMware's software to virtualize the network, is a key piece of its overall strategy. Here's what the future holds for NSX.
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