DNS is the lifeblood of any website or application. If DNS resolution fails, so does your site. Even worse, DNS poisoning can redirect your site to malicious content. Failing to manage this very first step of connecting your users to your online presence can be catastrophic to your brand and your business.
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Audi has launched its anticipated vehicle-to-infrastructure technology that allows some 2017 Audis to communicate with traffic lights so drivers know when lights will switch from red to green.
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The biopharmaceutical industry continues to thrive as innovative companies drive medical breakthroughs for treating chronic or serious life-threatening diseases. Frontrunners in this vibrant market segment have global footprints and rapidly expanding product portfolios. Such was the case for a global manufacturer of generic and specialized pharmaceuticals that experienced explosive growth through a steady succession of mergers and acquisitions
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This 49-page report features advice from IT executives at the U.S. Postal Service, Hunter Douglas, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Nationwide Insurance and more for using digital technologies to become more agile, more flexible and more profitable.
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Computerworld is seeking to identify the 100 top workplaces for IT professionals for our 24th annual Best Places to Work in IT list. We invite Computerworld readers, HR and PR professionals and other interested parties to nominate organizations, in any industry, that they think are providing great working environments for IT employees, including challenging work, fair pay and ample training opportunities. Nominate a company now through Dec. 21, 2016.
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Check out the December Digital Magazine, featuring our Tech Forecast 2017 special report, which outlines the top priorities in hiring, spending and projects for IT leaders. The magazine also includes News Analysis, Opinions and Shark Tank -- all free for download with registration.
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