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MIT-based startup's cooling tech can cut data center energy costs, footprint

Jetcool says that its use of microconvection enables on-board liquid cooling and makes its devices more effective by a factor of 10, compared to traditional heat sinks or cold plates.

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Highest paid IT certifications pay $130K+

Certifications from Cisco, Nutanix, VMware, and cloud providers pay enough to land on Skillsoft’s ranking of most lucrative tech skills.

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Lenovo spends its 30th anniversary making 50 announcements

New Lenovo servers, storage, edge products, and liquid cooling options are each part of an announcement deluge.

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How Secure SD-WAN Can Replace Traditional Branch Firewalls

By: Gabriel Gomane, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company. Fact: Best-in-class SD-WAN solutions now incorporate firewall capabilities that enable organizations to perform quick deployments without compromising security.

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Fortinet targets SD-WAN, 5G with new AIOps support

The company has expanded its FortiAIOps platform which uses artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) technologies to collect enterprise data and analytics to help customers quickly identify and automate network problem resolution.

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Software vulnerabilities pose a risk to network infrastructure

IT pros need to require software bills of materials for the open-source networking software used in their enterprises to guard against potential threats.

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Shortages force network vendors into creative product redesigns

Scarcity of mundane hardware components have Cisco, Arista, Juniper, and others looking to redesigns, re-engineering, and alternate sources.

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Single-core vs. multi-core CPUs

Some apps need CPU clock speed while others need multiple cores, so base your server purchases accordingly.

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Implementing a Zero-Trust Strategy? Start with Universal ZTNA

Because legacy cybersecurity products weren’t designed for ever-expanding, perimeter-free environments, a new strategy is required. Enter zero trust.

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Using 'break' and 'continue' to exit loops in bash

As nice as looping in Linux scripts can be, you might just want to interrupt it sometimes, and the break and continue commands can do this.