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Today's Network Security Challenges: No Easy Answers - NetworkComputing.com

Today's Network Security Challenges: No Easy Answers - NetworkComputing.com | Networks | Scoop.it
Today's Network Security Challenges: No Easy Answers NetworkComputing.com Corporate networks are under attack from so many directions today.
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Italy's 20 regions, dish by delicious dish - Italy Vacations

Italy's 20 regions, dish by delicious dish - Italy Vacations | Networks | Scoop.it
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Italy's 20 regions, dish by delicious dish
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(CNN) -- One reason Sicilians tend to identify with Sicily first and Italy (a distant) second? Sicilian food. The same goes for Veneto in the north or Puglia in the south.

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Motorino Man's curator insight, February 1, 2014 2:58 AM

There is no question Italy is a Republic of 20 unique regions, each with its own culture that is evident in its culinary traditions.  Nice list of regional Italian recipes.  When you are ready for the real thing contact http://italiantourism,us for the best deal Italy vacation packages.

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Deploying VMware NSX with Cisco UCS and Nexus 7000 | The Network Virtualization Blog - VMware Blogs

Deploying VMware NSX with Cisco UCS and Nexus 7000 | The Network Virtualization Blog - VMware Blogs | Networks | Scoop.it
Deploying VMware NSX with Cisco UCS and Nexus 7000 | http://t.co/vf3AmEaAce | good stuff @bradhedlund @dkalintsev @scott_lowe @rbudavari
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Evgeny Morozov: Hackers, Makers, and the Next Industrial Revolution

Evgeny Morozov: Hackers, Makers, and the Next Industrial Revolution | Networks | Scoop.it
When, in November, the publisher Stewart Brand was asked about who carries the flag of counterculture today, he pointed to the maker movement. The maker era might not be upon us yet, but the maker movement has arrived. Many promoters of the maker movement believe that personal manufacturing will undermine the clout of larger corporations. It might even liberate labor in a way that the Arts and Crafts radicals hadn’t anticipated.

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june holley's curator insight, February 11, 2014 7:19 PM

This maker stuff is big!

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How The IT Department Will Strike Back In 2014 - ReadWrite

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How The IT Department Will Strike Back In 2014 ReadWrite Gartner recently forecasted a number of developments that will significantly impact the IT function in years to come, spanning mobile device management, hybrid cloud integration and...
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It's Up to Us, ep.2 - The Sharing Economy and the Toronto Tool Library HD - YouTube

In our second episode, we look at how the Sharing Economy is changing the way we consume and interact with products, spurring collaboration, and making the t...

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june holley's curator insight, February 15, 2014 8:44 AM

Great video: have a kitchen tool library too AND a community 3  D printer!

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Austrian Programmers Build Free Bridge to Internet

A group of computer programmers and hackers in Austria is creating a low-cost way of spreading Internet access across communities. "FunkFeuer" which means "network fire" in German, uses everyday technology to create a wireless network, called a "mesh," that can transmit data from person to person, without involving companies or governments. Rick Valenzuela reports from Vienna.


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You Know Who Else Collected Metadata? The Stasi.

You Know Who Else Collected Metadata? The Stasi. | Networks | Scoop.it
Files obtained from the archives of the East German secret police show how far technology of spycraft has come. (How the East German secret police spied on social networks.
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