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How SMBs can bolster cybersecurity efforts
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The Intelligent Edge: What it is, what it’s not, and why it’s useful
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What does 'The Customer Is Always Right' mean today?
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Lose battles, but win the war: Devising a grand strategy for security
Losing the odd battle is inevitable, but with the right strategy you can make sure that you win the war.

A history of continuous processing architectures at NYRA race tracks
This Availability Digest oldie introduces the earliest computerized systems that replaced electromechanical totalizators at the Aqueduct, Belmont, and Saratoga race tracks. The new systems were continuously available, with 100% uptimes and RTOs / RPOs of zero. Designed with Honeywell H200s, the systems evolved via Digital PDP-8s, then Tandems, then PDP-11s.

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