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  • 2010: The Year Networks Are Decreed Neutral? (2009-12-31 22:17:17)
    Enterprise Networking Planet: "But the gears in Washington turn slowly, and, for all the talk and proposals, 2009 saw little material action on the Net neutrality front. Next year will be different."

  • New Malware Tactics, Targets Expected in 2010 (2009-12-31 18:33:17)
    eSecurity Planet: "New operating systems, social networking sites, and the emergence of the HTML 5 Web markup language will give hackers and malware designers even more opportunities to ply their crooked trade in 2010, according to security software vendor McAfee."

  • Networking with OpenVPN (2009-12-31 17:03:17)
    Packt: "In this article we will discuss the basic networking concepts of OpenVPN, and also have a brief look at the configuration."

  • Linux-powered Packet Fence Protects Your Network (2009-12-31 14:03:17)
    LinuxPlanet: "Packet Fence bundles many useful and powerful network protection tools into an attractive, integrated package. Such as network access control, monitoring, intrusion detection, VLAN isolation, DHCP fingerprinting, and captive portal. Eric Geier introduces us to this protective powerhouse."

  • Top Storage Stories of 2009: RAID, Clouds, SSDs and Mergers (2009-12-31 12:32:17)
    Enterprise Storage Forum: "In a year of dramatic change and mergers for the data storage industry, it should come as no surprise that the most-read stories on Enterprise Storage Forum this year were about ... dramatic change and mergers."

  • IBM will offer the Open Source Web eyeOS to its System Z customers (2009-12-31 02:32:17)
    eyeOS Blog: "We're happy to present to the eyeOS community the result of more than six months of work together with the great IBM US team, where eyeOS will be the Sample Workload of the new System Z serie Solution Edition for Cloud Computing"