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Modernizing Security: Multi-Factor Authentication.

Picture this: You run an exclusive nightclub with an entrance guarded by a tremendous bouncer. He holds a list of all those allowed entry on thoe wild Friday dance-off nights. You just walk up, tell him your name – and if you’re on the list, you get in. Cue “Night at the Roxbury” head tilt. … Continue reading

On Carrying Forward.

“About Schmidt” is a great comedy-drama starring Jack Nicholson as Schmidt, a resoundingly average man entering retirement age who looks back on his life with dissatisfaction. His estranged wife dies, his daughter is set to marry a man who Schmidt hates, and the company for which he spent his entire adult life working as an … Continue reading

3 Tips for IT Pros to Stick the Landing.

“Sticking the landing” is a gymnastics term referring to not moving the feet after landing from mid-air. Any movement of the feet outside a very few predefined movements will result in lost points; which, in a gathering of the best-of-the-best like the Olympics, is often the difference between going home with a medal and going … Continue reading

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