SSL is found all over the Internet, and most Web users take advantage of IT security every day. But not all SSL deployments are the same, and just because a business has an SSL certificate doesn't mean it’s entirely protected. Encryption session keys left on one end of an SSL connection have the potential to one day be obtained and used to decrypt multiple communications. That’s where SSL Forward Secrecy comes in. It’s just one way the method can be used to improve security. Join us for a live eSeminar to learn more about SSL Forward Secrecy and Web security.
Sean Michael Kerner, Senior Editor, eWEEK, InternetNews.com and eSecurityplanet.com
Sal Salamone, Moderator - QuinStreet
New Capabilities in the Latest Hyper-V 2012 R2
Hyper-V is the up and coming player in the HyperVisor marketplace and the reason is that it just keeps getting better and better. In this session we will talk about some of the new capabilities of Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 R2.
Sponsored by Veeam
Cloud-Based Backup: Making It a Competitive Advantage
Data protection has long been considered “overhead” by many organizations in the past, many chalking it up to an insurance policy or an extended warranty you may never use. The realities of today make data protection a must-have, as we live in a data driven society. The digital assets we create, share, and collaborate with others on must be managed and protected for many purposes.
Sponsored by Seagate
Server-Side Flash Storage for Oracle RAC
In this eSeminar, you will learn how to leverage Oracle's own Automatic Storage Management capabilities to build a highly available primary storage platform using PCIe flash cards inside the database servers themselves and avoid the costs and performance bottlenecks of external storage.
Sponsored by HGST