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Published By: Monotype     Published Date: Jun 29, 2017
After years spent hidden in the shadows of Millennials, Generation Z is taking over the spotlight and making some serious waves in the process. Gen Zs are the first true digital natives, born between the late 1990s to the mid 2000s, and only know a world with Internet access, social media and smartphones. This YouTube generation is tech-savvy and pragmatic, drives innovation and the way we consume media, and theyre pushing brands and marketers to catch up in the process. Like, follow, read, repeat In an era of massive information (and advertising) overload, the brand-consumer relationship is a delicate dance. One misstep and a disgruntled customer will gladly find a new partner. Thanks to a mobile-first, visually rich, social and digital world, people expect flexibility, authenticity and consistency in every single interaction with a brand. In order to keep your customers engaged and happy, look to the emerging behaviours and preferences of Generation Z as a beacon for whats to c
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generation z, communication, media, marketing, branding, customer engagement, digital engagement
    
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Published By: McAfee     Published Date: Mar 07, 2013
Databases are the primary target of cyber criminals and disgruntled insiders. Traditional perimeter, network security, and built-in database security measures, offer limited protection when it comes to securing the organizations most sensitive data.
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database security, database security compliance, database activity monitoring, access control, anti spyware, anti virus, application security, business continuity, compliance, email security, hacker detection, internet security, intrusion detection, intrusion prevention, security management, vulnerability management
    
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Published By: Motorola     Published Date: Aug 09, 2007
Mobile devices represent a tremendous productivity advantage for today’s mobile worker. However, IT organizations must give consideration to the deployment of device security policies in order to provide the level of security that enterprises require.
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mobile workers, mobile security, wireless security, mobile computing, mobility, enterprise security, network security, lost, stolen, disgruntled, data erase, authentication, compliance, wireless, encryption, motorola, good technology, data protection
    
Motorola
Published By: Motorola     Published Date: Oct 30, 2007
For many wireless broadband network operators, the term "unlicensed reliability" is seen as an oxymoron. For many, the idea of building a high-speed network in the unlicensed band isn't a good one. A great deal has been said about crowded frequencies, self-interference and costly network rips. About how microwaving popcorn can cause interference. About disgruntled and perplexed customers. And ex-customers.
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wireless, broadband, broadband spectrum, wireless infrastructure, wlan, wisp, cwisp, wimax, wireless broadband, voip, ip telephony, ip network, voice over ip, motorola, good technology, motorola good technology, bandwidth management, ip networks, wifi, wireless service providers
    
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Published By: Symantec Corporation     Published Date: Oct 03, 2013
Businesses face an increasingly complex set of threats to their Web applicationsfrom malware and advanced persistent threats (APTs) to disgruntled employees and unintentional data leaks. Although there is no single security measure than can prevent all threats, there are some that provide broad-based mitigation to a number of threats. The use of SSL encryption and digital certificate-based authentication is one of them. Changes in the way we deliver services, the increasing use of mobile devices, and the adoption of cloud computing compounded by the ever-evolving means of stealing information and compromising services leave Web applications vulnerable to attack. In this chapter, we turn our attention to the combined risk of losing data and losing customer trust.
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symantec, security, threat, report, key findings, best practice, strategy, technology
    
Symantec Corporation
Published By: CCSS     Published Date: Sep 04, 2007
Many IT Managers will be familiar with the ‘disk or die’ ultimatums that a disgruntled system can issue. If the system demands feeding and threatens to shut down if it doesn’t get more disk to chew, it’s time to address the issue of disk once and for all.  The expense of using disk to accommodate problems in the hope of buying extra investigation time is a quick fix that few organizations can sustain.
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systems management, monitoring, disk management, disk monitoring, ccss, network performance, network performance management, disk, remote management, remote network management, system management software
    
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