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ITworld staff
1 week ago

And what other factors do I need to consider?

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landon
2 weeks ago

When establishing a VPN, is one of these pretty much always the better choice, or are there variables that make it situation dependent?

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stylor
3 weeks ago

I was looking at either OkayFreedom or Hotspot Shield Elite for a VPN service. Does anyone have experience with them, and if so, which...

catamount
3 weeks ago

What do I need to do to set up and use a VPN on an Android phone? My phone is an HTC One S with Android 4.1.

Tags: android, vpn |
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mandril
4 weeks ago

If malware is running in a VM, is the host machine at any risk of infection?

Tags: malware, security, VM |
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Laura
7 weeks ago

Cloud hosting, in simple terms, is a form of hosting that allows users to host their websites, domain names and manage their databases from a different...

cchecca
8 weeks ago

If you use XP mode to run old software on Windows 7 machines, will the end of XP support by Microsoft cause any issues?

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dthomas
9 weeks ago

When I think of virtualization, I think of large businesses and corporations. Does virtualization offer any real benefits to small businesses, or is the...

Tags: smb, virtualization |
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dthomas
9 weeks ago

When I think of virtualization, I think of large businesses and corporations. Does virtualization offer any real benefits to small businesses, or is the...

Tags: smb, virtualization |
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delia25
9 weeks ago

How can I share a folder from guest to host in VirtualBox (host is Windows 7, guest is Umbuntu), instead of the usual host to guest? Is there a way to do...

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