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Applications

5 Ansible Playbook Steps to Success

January 8, 2020

There are many configuration management, deployment, and orchestration tools available, ranging from open-source tools to automation engines. Ansible is one such software stack available to cover all the bases, and seems to be gaining more traction by the day. In this post, we’ll look …



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Security

You Too Can Stink at Information Security!

January 6, 2020

“Security? We don’t need no stinking security!” I’ve actually heard a CTO utter words this effect. If you subscribe to a similar mindset, here are five ways you too can stink at information security. Train once and never test Policy says you and your …




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Networks

3 Ways AI Is Changing Social Media

January 2, 2020

Social media has become a mainstream part of our lives. Day in and day out, most of us are using social media to do micro-blogging, interact with family, share photos, capture moments, and have fun. Over the years, social media has changed how we …


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Security

4 Keys to Successful Cyberdefense Automation

December 31, 2019

Automation can reduce the need to perform mundane tasks, improve efficiency, and create a more agile response to threats. For example, administrators can use artificial intelligence and machine learning to ascertain the severity of potential threats and remediate them through the appropriate automated responses. …


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2020 Predictions: APM’s Year

December 30, 2019

As a new year approaches, we start to reflect on the year we’re leaving behind. While 2019 was the stepping stone for many technologies and changes in the industry from an APM perspective, 2020 will be the year APM takes center stage. And we …



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2020 Predictions: 2019 is Here to Stay

December 27, 2019

The end of a year always raises the same question—what’s next? We imagine all the new possibilities and opportunities 2020 will bring. We get so excited about what’s ahead, we tend to forget the amount of change that happened in the year we’re leaving …