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14 Mar 2017 Technology-Savvy Hospital Outsmarts Cybercriminals With Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform [61613]
Palo Alto Networks, March 14th, 2017

Intelligent Threat Prevention and Cloud-Based Malware Analysis Stop Malicious Attacks From Compromising Medical Devices and Critical Patient Services

Palo Alto Networks, the next-generation security company, announced that Fisher-Titus Medical Center, a non-profit community hospital serving North Central Ohio, has selected the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform to assist in preventing malicious applications from gaining unauthorized control of critical medical devices, and to block cyberthreats from disrupting network services impacting vital patient care.

As a technology-savvy medical center, committed to offering its patients the most advanced technology and medical treatment possible, Fisher-Titus is keenly aware of the need for rock-solid network security. Aging medical devices built on legacy technology are not designed to protect against modern cyberthreats, leaving them vulnerable to cybercriminals.
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12 Mar 2017 Which Linux File System Should You Use? [61222]
How-To Geek, March 1st, 2017

"When formatting partitions on a Linux PC, you'll see a wide variety of file system options. These options don't need to be overwhelming. If you're not sure which Linux file system to use, there's a simple answer," opines Justin Garrison in How-To Geek.

"The Quick Answer: Use Ext4 if You're Not Sure

We'll get into the weeds and run down the difference between the various file systems in a moment, but if you aren't sure: Use Ext4.

Ext4 is the default file system on most Linux distributions for a reason. It's an improved version of the older Ext3 file system. It's not the most cutting-edge file system, but that's good: It means Ext4 is rock-solid and stable..."
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01 Mar 2017 Which Linux File System Should You Use? [61066]
How-To Geek, March 1st, 2017

"When formatting partitions on a Linux PC, you'll see a wide variety of file system options. These options don't need to be overwhelming. If you're not sure which Linux file system to use, there's a simple answer.

The Quick Answer: Use Ext4 if You're Not Sure

We'll get into the weeds and run down the difference between the various file systems in a moment, but if you aren't sure: Use Ext4.

Ext4 is the default file system on most Linux distributions for a reason. It's an improved version of the older Ext3 file system. It's not the most cutting-edge file system, but that's good: It means Ext4 is rock-solid and stable..."
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05 Jan 2017 7 Products Revealed At Aws Re:Invent To Get Excited About [59386]
Global Knowledge, January 5th, 2017

"AWS continued to rock the technology world by revealing an array of new services at its annual re:Invent conference. With the release of new products and feature add-ons to existing properties, AWS shows no signs of slowing down.

If you're looking for a list of the most impactful new AWS services, you've come to the right place. The following are the 7 coolest product announcements from re:Invent 2016..."
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06 Nov 2016 TECH NIGHT at Hard Rock stadium [57679]
Tuesday, November 15th, 2016

You're invited to join us for an inside look at our updated technological services and a tour of the newly renovated Hard Rock Stadium.

Guest speakers include:

  • Joe Curbelo, Director of Technology Services and Compliance
  • Tery Howard, Chief Technology Officer

$35 includes:

  • Happy Hour in the new Hyundai Sideline Club

  • Ticket to the San Francisco 49ers vs Miami Dolphins game

  • Tour of the newly renovated Hard Rock Stadium

  • Peek behind the curtain of our updated technological services at the stadium

  • Game day ticket comes with the cost of admission

For more information, please contact: Michael Ciolek (305) 943-6798 MCiolek@dolphins.com
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