xFA can add multifactor security to any web service with a few lines of code.
We tested xFA on a small network in August 2014. It has cloud-based
components to manage multifactor security, along with apps for iOS and
Price: $19.95 per user per year
Fingerprint authenticators for iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy are expected for
the near future.
In conjunction with the good folks over at MSPtv and Redmond Channel Partner
magazine, I am hosting this event at noon ET on 1/1:
Are You Ready for the Cloud? How MSPs Can Dominate New Management Models.
Managed Service Providers (MSPs) need to assess how ready they are to provide
complete managed cloud services for their clients. While Microsoft and other
larger vendors offer a mixed message in terms of hosted vs. on-premises
solutions, MSPs through the right partner such as Zenith Infotech can provide
a complete range of cloud computing services. But you need to take the right
CA Technologies says, “For DevOps to work correctly, it must be treated as
a movement, not a market for a specific vendor’s products.”
As Arlo Guthrie once sang, with three people it is an organization. But if we
can find 50 people who can sing the praises of DevOps, it can become a
movement! Trouble is, many software developers are stuck in the past. In a
2012 service virtualization survey of IT executives and managers by analyst
firm voke, only 6% of the group responded they were completely confident that
new IT applications would be delivered to market on time.
But maybe its h... (more)
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If you have spent any time online using social networks like LinkedIn or
Facebook, you know they can be difficult to grow your network and add
contacts. But even harder is the ability to extract your contacts once you
have built up a reasonably sized network. None of the social networks makes
it very easy to get this information.
Why would you want to do this? Several reasons. First is the peace of mind
that you have control over your own data. Should you decide to leave the
network, or should the network decided to leave you (either for cause or for
lack of... (more)
I have been using various forms of wireless data for nearly 20 years,
starting with the first Mobitex networks with the precursors of the
Blackberry that were the size of small bricks. Today was a major milestone
for me: the first time that I got better speeds over my phone than my
computer with a broadband cable modem over ordinary wires.
In my quick tests, my Charter 15 MB connection delivered about 9 MB for
downloads, and about 3 MB for uploads. That is plenty fast for me, although I
do notice that sometimes it is a lot slower. Which is what you would expect
from a shared cab... (more)