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7 Things You Should Know About DNSSEC
January 15, 2010

The Domain Name System (DNS) uses a distributed network of name servers to translate text-based web addresses into IP addresses, directing Internet traffic to proper servers. DNS was built withou…

Report to Congress on Server and Data Center Energy Efficiency
August 2, 2007

The United States (U.S.) Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) developed this report in response to the request from Congress stated in Public Law 109-431. This report assesses current trends in …

5 Reasons to Switch to Virtual Servers
January 15, 2009

Everyone is touting server virtualization as the greatest thing since sliced bread. Is it a worthwhile technology, or just the latest trend? Eve…

Saving Money (and Going Green) by Going Virtual
January 4, 2008

Colleges are starting to embrace “server virtualization,” a strategy that runs multiple systems on a single physical machine, saving money and energy. …

Let's Get Virtual: A Look at Today's Server Virtualization Architectures
August 8, 2007

In recent years, server virtualization has evolved from a technology with significant usage in development, training, and test environments to one that also has a viable place in the data center…

Seizing the Moment: A New Model for Disaster Recovery at Florida State University
March 29, 2007

Researchers conducted this in-depth case study to complement the 2007 ECAR study, Shelter from the Storm: IT and Business Continuity in Higher Education, which provides higher education with empi…

DNS Servers: An Internet Achilles' Heel
January 1, 2005

In a presentation at the Black Hat conference last week, security researcher Dan Kaminsky argued that domain name system (DNS) servers represent a broad vulnerability in the Internet. Kaminsky said…

Making the Best of a Bad Situation: Dealing with the Aftermath of a Major Server Crash
January 1, 2004

In November 2003, the server used for our university's course management system crashed, causing faculty to lose critical information. This presentation examines the causes of the crash, its r…

Project Cupid: A Romance Between Networking and Publishing
January 1, 1995

High-end network publishing that really works. High-end network publishing that really works. …

GALILEO: Behind the Scenes
January 1, 1998

GALILEO, Georgia Library Learning Online, is the product of the state of Georgia initiative, A Vision for One Statewide Library. GALILEO is a World Wide Web-based database server offering particip…


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