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Boosting security in the post-password workplace

David Howell at ManageEngine explains why the Secure Shell (SHH) key is the heir apparent to the password

The right stitch in time

James Mancini at Netreo on how to deploy an IT management system that's fit for purpose and tailored to an organisation's needs

Mutiny creates a true Vue

Mutiny technology created the means for Vue Entertainment to monitor over 5,000 devices across their UK cinemas

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Shadow IT "An opportunity to drive innovation", suggests new Claranet research

But IT leaders must align themselves more closely with other business units to benefit

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine selects Nexthink to improve IT infrastructure visibility

Nexthink V6 proactively monitors IT networks and reports on important end-user related events

New Government initiative for cyber startups

Cyber London and CSIT Belfast partner on running of the £250,000 Government programme for startups


Freedome for Business from F-Secure

Freedome for Business provides a complete package for mobile security that’s easy to deploy and manage

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NetCrunch 9 from AdRem

NetCrunch takes the pain out of network monitoring with one the most intuitive management consoles on the market

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Beware of wearables?

Wearables are the latest big innovation in mobile devices - but they bring substantial security threats with them

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Keeping an eye on your Cloud data

It's increasingly vital to discuss security with your Cloud provider, writes iland's Monica Brink

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Network Computing Awards 2016, March 17th at the Hotel Russell, London

The nominations have been made and the finalists for this year's Network Computing Awards have been announced. It's now up to you, the readers of Network Computing, to vote to determine this year's winners

Data Centre Summit South, 10th February at the Barbican Centre, London

Some of the industry’s most respected thought leaders will speak about a range of technology trends and best practice issues at the Data Centre Summit South conference and exhibition, which will take place on 10th February 2016 at London’s prestigious Barbican Centre.


Welcome to the January 2016 Newsletter.

The first Newsletter of the New Year feels like the perfect time to announce that the finalists for the 2016 Network Computing Awards have now been determined by online nominations and voting for the ultimate winners in each category has begun. You now have until March 7th to make your selections from this year's finalists, with the winners being announced at the Awards Ceremony on March 17th at the Hotel Russell in London.

So please do visit the network computing awards site to cast your votes for the companies, solutions and services that you think have proved most worthy of recognition in the past twelve months. You'll also find details of all of the previous winners on the site, along with information on how to attend the Awards Ceremony itself.

We'd like to congratulate all of our 2016 finalists for making this year’s shortlist - and of course wish them good luck in the voting in the coming weeks.

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